This file photo taken on September 3, 2017 shows Director James Toback attending the photocall of the movie "The Private Life of a Modern Woman" presented out of competition at the 74th Venice Film Festival at Venice Lido. AFP / Tiziana FABI
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The Hollywood sexual abuse scandal widened Monday after 38 women were reported to have accused U.S. film director James Toback of unwanted sexual encounters over a period of decades.Toback, who is now 72, has been a writer and film director since 1974 .The Times said it interviewed all 38 women who came forth separately -- 31 of them on the record -- as well as people they had spoken to about the incidents at the time.A cascade of accounts by women of sexual abuse has flooded social media under the hashtag #MeToo since a similar scandal surrounding movie mogul Harvey Weinstein erupted earlier this month.
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