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Gloria Allred is the most famous woman attorney practicing law in the nation today. She is a tireless and successful advocate for victims whose rights have been violated. Her high-profile legal battles have led to many landmark precedent-setting court decisions and hundreds of millions of dollars for her clients.

When a high-profile legal case hits the airwaves, we have become accustomed to seeing Gloria Allred in some key role as attorney or commentator. But this nationally recognized advocate has built her pioneering career on much more than O.J. Simpson and Amber Frey. As a tireless crusader against discrimination in all areas of our lives, Allred's legal reach has been wide and long. For the past four decades, she has played an integral role in combating injustices and winning new rights, especially for women and minorities.

Fearless lawyer, feminist, activist, television and radio commentator, warrior, advocate, and winner

Fearless lawyer, feminist, activist, television and radio commentator, warrior, advocate, and winner – Gloria Allred is all of these things and more. Voted by her peers as one of the best lawyers in America and described by Time magazine as "one of the nation's most effective advocates of family rights and feminist causes," Allred has devoted her career to fighting for civil rights across boundaries of gender, race, age, sexual orientation, and social class.

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08.04.20 Variety - "Can Johnny Depp’s Career Survive His Salacious Trial?" Drugs, alcohol, more than half a billion dollars vanished and allegations of domestic violence. These are the makings of a PR nightmare, enough to ruin even the biggest star’s career. But for Johnny Depp, these headlines have become his reality, as the damaged A-lister undergoes a messy trial in the public eye where he has repeatedly denied abusing his ex-wife Amber Heard. The writer looks at Depp’s courtroom battle with Heard, his libel suit against The Sun, and other potential effects on his career. The writer spoke to attorney Gloria Allred, who doesn’t not have either party as a client, to look at her thoughts regarding a celebrity accused of domestic violence. "I’m not going to speculate his motives for suing The Sun, but whether or not the court finds in his favor, he’s disputing a very serious allegation," Ms. Allred says, explaining that simply disputing claims of spousal abuse could be a strategic tactic to cast doubt on Heard’s accusations, which have dominated headlines for the past five years. Ms. Allred further discusses these issues related to the current MeToo cases in the news.

08.01.20 American Bar Association Journal - "Documentaries are shaping public opinion and influencing cases." One example of several influential documentaries sited, Surviving R. Kelly premiered on Lifetime in January 2019. The six-part miniseries investigated the sex cult allegations while revisiting some older accusations against the singer, including those that led to the 2008 trial and his 1994 marriage to protege Aaliyah, who was then 15 years old. Days after the premiere, Georgia and Illinois opened criminal investigations and encouraged more victims to come forward. By the next month, Kelly had lost his record deal and been charged by the Cook County state's attorney in Chicago with sex abuse. In July 2019, he got hit with federal sex abuse charges as well. At press time, he sits in a Chicago jail awaiting trial. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents several of Kelly's accusers, called the documentary "inspiring," adding: "Courage is contagious, and the courage of those that spoke out inspired others. It made them realize, 'I'm not alone. I didn't realize he was doing this others. Maybe I can speak out, too.' When women break out of those chains of fear, many things are possible."

07.29.20 The Telegraph - "From TV model to humanitarian princess: the six transformations of Meghan." The article talks about the princess' life before and after her marriage, and that Meghan Markle's philanthropic interests date back to her childhood. At age 11, she was angered by a television commercial for dishwasher soap which proudly asserted that "women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans." In protest, she wrote to Hilary Clinton, the then-first lady, and women's rights lawyer Gloria Allred to protest against the ad. Shortly after, the slogan was amended to: "People over America are fighting greasy pots and pans."

07.22.20 USA Today - "Prince Andrew vs. the feds: Can he be forced to talk about Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell?" Things appear to be at a stalemate in the struggle between the son of a sovereign and the federal Southern District of New York, where Epstein died in jail last year and where Ghislaine Maxwell has just been locked up on sex-trafficking charges until a trial next year. Attorney Gloria Allred has said publically that Prince Andrew should speak to authorities to help the victims get justice. According to The Independent in London, if a subpoena were issued to compel the prince's testimony in the U.S., he would not be obliged to comply unless he happened to be in the U.S. "Certainly, if he ever came back to the United States, that would be one of the first things that I'm sure a lot of lawyers, including me, would want to do," Ms. Allred told BBC Radio in January.

07.14.20 The Hollywood Reporter - "Judge Rejects Proposed Weinstein Class Action Settlement." Multiple women on Monday objected to the proposed settlement, with one calling it "unjust and vile." Attorney Gloria Allred made a statement in support of the Judge's ruling.

07.10.20 ABC News - "Harvey Weinstein's assets frozen by ex-wives." Harvey Weinstein's two ex-wives went to court in April and successfully convinced judges to freeze nearly $6 million of his assets, according to court records reviewed by ABC News this week and three sources close to the disgraced Hollywood producer. The rest of his estate is tied up in bankruptcy and other civil proceedings, multiple sources familiar with the situation confirmed to ABC News. Sources close to Weinstein claimed that the asset freeze has complicated his efforts to appeal his New York conviction and mount a strong defense ahead of his L.A. trial. Veteran victims' advocate and attorney Gloria Allred, who represents some of the women who have or will testify against Weinstein in criminal court, said that news of the asset freeze concerned her. "This new development presents a serious impediment to the efforts of the victims of Harvey Weinstein to obtain compensation from him for the harm that he has inflicted on them," Allred told ABC News. "It is not, however, the end of the road for victims, because he may have other assets that are not liquid that may be available to the victims. I have no doubt that victims will persevere until they receive all of the justice available to them under the law."

07.09.20 New York Post - "Prince Andrew emerges for first time since Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest." Prince Andrew was spotted in London today for the first time since the arrest of Ms. Maxwell. In a six-count indictment handed down last week, federal prosecutors accused Maxwell of trafficking underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse in the U.S. and London. The prince hasn't spoken publicly since Maxwell's arrest and has rarely been seen since he gave an interview with the BBC about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. It's unclear if Ghislaine Maxwell will cooperate with prosecutors, but attorney Gloria Allred represents several of Maxwell's accusers and spoke about Prince Andrew at a press conference on Monday stating that the prince should speak with federal prosecutors in New York before Maxwell does - and warned that the "clock is ticking" for him to do so.

07.08.20 Canyon News - " Epstein Accuser Calls for SMPD Investigation." On Monday, June 6, Alicia Arden held a press conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred, demanding the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) investigate the inaction of a police report she filed in 1997. In the police report, Arden accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexually battering her at a Santa Monica hotel. During the conference, Ms. Allred detailed that after the report was filed, "Ms. Arden was never contacted by the police or by any prosecutor." When Ms. Arden went to file a police report, she felt dissuaded to do so by the detectives, but did so formally the next day. She has recounted "I told police that I did not ask or give permission to be touched or to have Epstein start taking my clothes off. I thought I was going to a legitimate audition for Victoria's Secret, and he took advantage of me." [See more on the press conference on this site under Videos and Statements, 07.06.20]

07.06.20 News.com Australia - "Ghislaine Maxwell arrest leads to claims Prince Andrew could be 'covert target' of US operation." There is speculation about whether Ms. Maxwell will offer information and evidence as part of a plea deal in her case. The acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Audrey Strauss, told reporters at a press conference announcing the arrest of Ms. Maxwell that she would "welcome Prince Andrew coming in to talk with us." Attorney Gloria Allred, representing some of Jeffrey Epstein's victims, told Good Morning Britain the Duke of York's failure to conduct an interview was a "torture test" for her clients. "And this kind of torture test that Prince Andrew is subjecting the victims to, like will he or won't he give a statement, if he will, when?" "More excuses, more delays, it really is painful for many of the victims. It's just not fair."

07.02.20 The Daily Mail - "What will Ghislaine tell the feds? Prince Andrew is 'bewildered' over lack of response from US justice officials as he and Royal Family brace for new revelations after arrest of Jeffrey Epstein 'pimp' Maxwell." Ghislaine Maxwell arrested today in Bradford, New Hampshire on charges related to luring underage girls who were then sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein. Some question that her arrest will intensify calls for Prince Andrew to be quizzed about any involvement he may have had, despite him denying wrongdoing. Attorney Gloria Allred has previously urged the Prince to speak to law enforcement to help in any way he can. Today, Ms. Allred stated, "The arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell is a major development and demonstrates that the criminal investigation is serious and that it continues. It is long overdue for Prince Andrew to stop making excuses and to stop playing the victim. He should contact the FBI immediately and agree to appear for an interview." (See her full statement on this site under Videos & Statements)

06.18.20 Washington Post - "Ben Crump has become the go-to attorney for racial justice: 'I feel like I'm running out of time'." Attorney Ben Crump , who was referred to as "the black Gloria Allred" by the New Yorker, has become the go-to advocate for families who have lost relatives to police brutality, as though his is the only name on the list. He accomplished this by being fluent in the language of the church, tort law, racial inequality and what he deems "the mediasphere," paired with an indefatigable drive to be everywhere. Each case remains singular, with its own set of horrendous circumstances. Yet a shared mission runs through all of them. Crump turns down a dozen requests for every case he takes, selecting ones that will "shock the conscience" of the American people. "I'm not stunned that this is happening in 2020. It takes extraordinary effort in America for black people to get simple justice," says Crump, 50, during an evening phone interview from his Houston office. "I feel like I'm running out of time."

06.18.20 The Hollywood Reporter - "Civil Rights Attorney Benjamin Crump Signs With UTA." Benjamin Crump, a civil rights attorney who represents the families of victims of police violence, has signed with United Talent Agency. Crump is currently representing the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and has also represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and Michael Brown, among others. A recent New Yorker story noted that Crump is "often referred to as 'the black Gloria Allred.'

06.17.20 Broadway World - "AXS TV Presents THE 1960S REDISCOVERED." AXS TV presents an insightful look back at one of America's most important decades in the all-new Sunday morning series The 1960s Rediscovered-airing Sundays at 9 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. CT through August 9. Hosted by Tony Fama, The 1960s Rediscovered guides viewers on a journey through the legendary moments that defined the 1960s--from the tumultuous to the groundbreaking, and everything in-between. Across 10 hour-long episodes, the series looks at every aspect of the unforgettable era, with in-depth analysis of the political climate, historic achievements, monumental movements, and influential Pop culture landscape. Attorney Gloria Allred participates in the segment airing on July 5th, showcasing the Women's Rights Movement along with other guests Loretta Swit and Congresswoman Barbara Lee.

06.17.20 People's World - "LGBTQ unionists hail ruling but say hearts and minds are another matter." U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the ruling that Title VII of the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act bans discrimination based on sexual orientation in unusually plain language and based it on the law itself. He was joined by the court's four progressive justices and GOP-named Chief Justice John Roberts in a major win in the long battle by LGBTQ people for equal rights. A group of LGBTQ Federal union workers were interviewed for this story to share their experiences. One woman who was a retired civilian defense worker and union member in California said she came out as a lesbian in 1978. She still remembers one official then saying her request for a security clearance could be denied - and she could be fired - because she was gay. Her reply was, "You can fire me for other reasons, but if you do so on this one, Gloria Allred will have a field day." She got her clearance.

06.17.20 WKYC Akron, Ohio - "National Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump to Represent Family of 18 year old Na'kia Crawford." An nationally renowned attorney will now represent the family of an Akron woman fatally shot Sunday. Ben Crump, the lead lawyer in the case of George Floyd, has been retained to represent the family of 18-year-old of Na'kia Crawford. Ms. Crawford was shot several times near North Howard Street and West North Street just before 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. She was transported to Akron City Hospital where she later died. According to the New Yorker, Crump is the "go-to civil-rights attorney for families who have lost a loved one to police violence; he is often referred to as "the black Gloria Allred."

06.11.20 Newsweek - "Prince Andrew's Witness Testimony Could Spark Extradition and 'Rip Open The Abyss for the Monarchy,' Biography Claims." Royal author Nigel Cawthorne warns in his upcoming book Prince Andrew: Epstein and the Palace how the FBI may not stop at a witness testimony when they finally get to interview him. The author suggests in the book that his testimony on Jeffrey Epstein could lead to charges and "rip open the abyss for the monarchy." It has been stated that the U.S. Department of Justice wants to force the Duke of York to give an interview under oath, but is currently treating him as a witness not a suspect. Gloria Allred, attorney for some victims of Jeffrey Epstein, has publicly asked the prince to speak to law enforcement to help the victims find justice.

06.09.20 Express UK -"'Take oath and tell truth!' Prince Andrew urged to testify in Jeffrey Epstein case." The attorney Gloria Allred so stated when speaking to BBC, again urging Prince Andrew to testify in the Jeffrey Epstein case. Ms Allred said the victims have been caught in the "crossfire" and are "in pain". She told BBC Breakfast: "Let him step up to the bar of justice, take the oath and just tell the truth." "It's just as simple as that. Trying to delay, trying to deny, trying to evade the questions and attack the questioners is really not helpful at all." "You know, we have an expression in the law - justice delayed is justice denied. That's never more true than it has been with Prince Andrew."

06.09.20 Yahoo News UK - "Prince Andrew has 'very little credibility', says lawyer of Epstein victims." A row between the royal and the U.S. authorities has been reignited this week as Prince Andrew accused U.S. prosecutors of seeking publicity instead of his help, claiming they were wrong to say he had not offered to help with their inquiries. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents some of the victims in the Jeffrey Epstein case, said in a BBC Breakfast interview that Prince Andrew had "very little credibility" with regards to his reports that he has offered to speak with law enforcement. "And I have a lot of suspicion about what he is saying, through his representatives." She said, "I don't have that same suspicion about the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, (Geoffrey) Berman. I think he is sincere that he wants to be able to interview and ask questions of Prince Andrew and this has been dragging on."

06.02.20 ABA Journal - "8 of the nation's leading lawyers discuss impacts of COVID-19 on their practice areas." Attorney Gloria Allred is interviewed among others about how the pandemic is affecting their practice of law.

06.02.20 Law & Crime - "Harvey Weinstein's Attorney Criticizes 'Mouthpiece' Gloria Allred During Segment on Scott Peterson's Appeal." Harvey Weinstein criminal defense attorney, Donna Rotunno, was interviewed on Law & Crime network segment regarding Scott Peterson's upcoming appeal. Attorney Gloria Allred had as a client Amber Frey, who previously had a relationship with Scott Peterson. The article shares that the host and Ms. Rotunno talked about how, at the Harvey Weinstein criminal trial, attorney Gloria Allred was not subject to the Court's gag order. Attorney Rotunno complained that she felt Ms. Allred could therefore speak for the prosecution, among other points of view. Law & Crime reached out to attorney Allred for a comment, and Ms. Allred's whole response to Ms. Rotunno's statements can be found in the article.

05.30.20 FoxNews.com - "Epstein estate reaches deal with US Virgin Islands attorney general on victims compensation fund." A deal regarding a fund to compensate the dozens of alleged sex-trafficking victims of Jeffrey Epstein has been reached between the late financier's estate and the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands following an impasse. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents some of Epstein's alleged victims, said her clients will consider utilizing the compensation fund if the protocols appear fair. "However, the victims we represent have suffered significant damage as a result of their abuse by Jeffrey Epstein and even if the fund protocol may appear appropriate, we will not be able to judge if their damages will be valued appropriately unless and until we enter the compensation process," Allred said in a statement.

05.28.20 Oxygen - "What Happened To British Royal Prince Andrew After His Ties To Jeffrey Epstein Were Revealed?" A new documentary series, "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich," discusses allegations against the deceased, disgraced Mr. Epstein, including the friendship with Prince Andrew, and accusations from alleged victims against the Prince. It was reported in November that Prince Andrew said he would cooperate with any investigation into Epstein's alleged sex trafficking ring. However, by January, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman contended that Prince Andrew wasn't keeping his promise. Mr. Berman said that both prosecutors and the FBI have received no reply after trying to contact the Duke's lawyers about the investigation, the BBC reported. Likewise, attorney Gloria Allred - who represents some of Epstein's accusers - told the BBC in January that she sent a letter to Prince Andrew urging him to cooperate but hadn't heard back. "No response is the same as zero co-operation," she said. "This is ridiculous. It's just not acceptable." In March, Mr. Berman claimed that Prince Andrew was still not cooperating with federal authorities, the Daily Beast reported at the time.

05.28.20 Fox News - "Former Jeffrey Epstein teen 'recruiter' reveals how disgraced financier lured underage girls in Netflix doc." Holly Robson is one of several survivors who have spoken out in a new four-part documentary series on Netflix titled "Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich," which explores how the convicted sex offender used his wealth and power to carry out his abuses. Attorney Gloria Allred represents some of the many victims of Mr. Epstein, who was found dead in his cell at New York City's Metropolitan Correctional Center in 2019. The article includes a trailer from the documentary.

05.27.20 The World Magazine - "The Legend of Norma McCorvey: In AKA Jane Roe, the subject is reduced to figurehead status once again." The writer looks at how the purported aim of the film is to give viewers an understanding of the "real" Jane Roe, yet she feels that the director, Nick Sweeney, doesn't really attempt to do that. She states that over two hours, the director allows McCorvey to frame her own legend as it suits her, "failing to push her beyond the personal animosities and alliances she feels in a particular moment." Mentioned in the article is attorney Gloria Allred, who is in the documentary and formerly represented Ms. McCorvey.

05.27.20 Windy City Times - Billy Masters' column with juicy and funny tidbits about the entertainment culture and shows on his YouTube channel. He talks about his recent, fascinating show with guest attorney Gloria Allred. A link to the show is on this site under Videos and Statements on 05.21.20. Read his column here:

05.26.20 The Dialog - "Just what is the truth about Roe v. Wade's Norma McCorvey?" The journalist, writing for the Catholic News Service, talks about the new documentary "AKA Jane Roe," where Norma McCorvey shares her "deathbed confession" that she changed her publicized views on being pro-choice for the monetary gains she made from the pro-life side. The writer looks at how the pro-life side is portrayed, as well as various nuances in the film and wonders whether Norma's conversion was in fact real despite when she has said. Attorney Gloria Allred is interviewed in the documentary about her relationship with Norma.

05.23.20 Sonoma Index - Tribune - "In 'AKA Jane Roe,' one-time Sonoma County resident Norma McCorvey explains why she switched sides on abortion." The 79-minute film looks at the life and fame of McCorvey, leading up to her death from heart failure in 2017 at age 69. Not many legal cases become part of the nation's everyday language. But Roe v. Wade did. The 1973 Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the United States and inflamed one of the most divisive controversies of the past half-century is still very much a part of the national discussion today. This article includes a trailer for the documentary, and details many aspects of Norma's life. Attorney Gloria Allred is interviewed in the film, as she formerly represented Ms. McCorvey when Norma was part of the pro-choice movement.

05.22.20 The New York Times - "Jane Roe's Pro-Life Conversion Was a Con." As the documentary about Norma McCorvey came out this past weekend on FX on Hulu, journalists are talking about the big reveal in the story - that Norma said she was acting when she changed positions and supported the pro-life movement, and that they were using each other. But at the end of her life, she once again affirmed a belief in the right to abortion, and evinced pride in Roe v. Wade. Attorney Gloria Allred represented Norma McCorvey at one time. Please see Videos and Statements on this site for Gloria's statement about the "AKA Jane Roe" documentary.

05.20.20 Forbes - "Gloria Allred on the new Norma McCorvey Documentary." A documentary on the life of Norma McCorvey, "AKA Jane Roe," is premiering via FX on Hulu on Friday night. Ms. McCorvey and her attorney Gloria Allred successfully fought their groundbreaking Roe v. Wade case in 1973, which led to the legalization of abortion in America. Ms. McCorvey's surprising story is told, with her "deathbed" confession revealed for the first time. The article give a peek at what will be seen in the documentary. Ms. McCorvey passed away three years ago, shortly after filming was completed. [Please see Gloria's full statement under Videos and Statements on 05.19.20 on this site.]

05.13.20 The Suburban.com (Quebec) - "Meet Rich Lenkov: Chomedey native takes his legal knowledge to WGN Radio." The writer was a guest on a segment of Legal Face-Off, a fast paced, high energy legal podcast on WGN Radio in Chicago, which deals with the hottest issues of the day. Rich Lenkov co-hosts the show with Christina Martini and they provide a legal point/counterpoint perspective on issues ranging from Hollywood celebrities to sports and everything in between. Regulars on the podcast include legal giants like attorneys Gloria Allred and Alan Dershowitz, as well as many elected officials like Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

05.06.20 Law and Crime - "Gloria Allred, Kristen Waggoner & Stephen Wermiel discuss SCOTUS Birth Control Battle with Brian Ross." Attorney Gloria Allred, attorney Kristen Waggoner & Professor Stephen Wermiel talk about the oral arguments made today by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding an exemption from contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act insurance that a church group is seeking based on moral or religious grounds. Video: 12:17 minutes

05.05.20 KABC Radio - The John Phillips Show - Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred and host John Phillips discuss sexual assault allegations against former Vice President, Joe Biden, by former Senate staffer, Tara Reade. Gloria and John talk about different aspects of sexual assault and sexual harassment reporting, elements of the Reade case that have been made public, statute of limitations, and how attorneys need to look individually at the facts and evidence of allegations. Podcast segment: Approximately 24 minutes (GA starts at about 5 min)

04.26.20 LA Progressive - "Law Schools that Trained Famous Lawyers." This piece looks at a few of the law schools that have trained many well-known attorneys. Included is a mention of attorney Gloria Allred as one of the most sought after women's rights lawyers. They note that she earned her law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University.

04.24.20 Télérama magazine - Paris - The journalist interviews attorney Gloria Allred regarding the new Hulu series, Mrs. America, which recounts the battle between Phyllis Schlafly's camp and main feminist figures around the Equal Rights Amendment in the 70's, and the resurgence of the ERA battle today. (The article is in French.)

04.23.20 Mail & Guardian (Africa)- "Covid-19 stigma: Revealing the pre-existing fault lines in our society." The writer looks at existing stigma against healthcare workers and others who are positive for Covid-19, and how South Africa historically has been a stigmatizing, shaming culture. They write that South Africans have had a remarkable tolerance for stigmatizing and marginalizing powerless groups, such as sex workers, the homeless, those with physical and mental disability, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and ex-offenders. They share a quote from attorney Gloria Allred, that "power only answers to power." The writer concludes that the appearance of Covid-19-stigma in South Africa has highlighted the pre-existing fault lines which have allowed a number of marginalized groups to fall through the cracks, and truly are an indication of South African society's emotional well-being. They conclude that if the country is serious about social transformation, they must engage with "stigma."

04.23.20 Allred, Maroko & Goldberg is pleased to announce that it has launched a new Facebook Livestream initiative called, "Know Your Rights! with Gloria Allred" on April 23. A panel of our firm's attorneys will answer frequently asked questions on a series of topics directly relevant to our firm's practice areas. You can watch their discussions LIVE on Gloria Allred's Facebook page on Thursdays at 12pm (English speakers) and 2pm (Spanish speakers), which can be found here.

On April 23, our first week's panelists, Gloria Allred, Dolores Leal, Renee Mochkatel, and John West, discussed common questions relating to COVID-19 and the workplace such as workplace safety issues, pretextual layoffs, employees' privacy rights and right to request accommodations. Ms. Allred and Ms. Leal aired a separate discussion later that day in Spanish on this topic. Their discussions are available on our website here or on Gloria Allred's Facebook page here.

Allred, Maroko & Goldberg's second episode of "Know Your Rights! with Gloria Allred" is available in English and Spanish here. Gloria Allred, Nathan Goldberg, Margie Somers, and Christina Cheung discuss sexual harassment in the workplace, sexual assault in the workplace, and childhood sexual abuse. Ms. Allred, Kirby Cañon, and Dolores Leal aired a separate discussion later that day in Spanish on these topics.

Our third episode will stream live here on Facebook on May 8 th at 12pm PST (English) and 2pm PST (Spanish). We will discuss race/national origin discrimination, age discrimination, and wage and hour claims.

04.17.20 EOnline - "Chris Brown Sued by Woman Who Was Allegedly Sexually Assaulted at His House." Chris Brown has privately settled a lawsuit stemming from an alleged sexual assault that took place in 2017, E! News confirmed. In court documents obtained by E! News, the plaintiff referred to as "Jane Doe" was suing the performer and Lowell Grissom Jr. for negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, battery and assault. On Thursday, April 16, the anonymous plaintiff in the case filed court documents requesting its dismissal. Her attorney, Gloria Allred, tells E! News the case was settled. Brown's attorney declined to comment.

04.16.20 YourContent - "Gloria Allred 'Glad' Bill Cosby Won't Get Early Release, Says He's Dangerous to Women." A public bid to release Bill Cosby from prison early due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus pandemic was unsuccessful Thursday when prison officials said there's little to no chance the 82-year-old will be released, and attorney Gloria Allred told Your Content she believes Cosby remains an active threat to women throughout the state. "I am glad that Bill Cosby does not appear to qualify for release under Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's order for release of certain incarcerated inmates, because of the spread of COVID-19 to certain correctional facilities," Gloria Allred told Your Content. "Mr. Cosby is a convicted felon who has been classified as a sexually violent predator and who is required to register as a sex offender. I think that if he were to be released there is a strong argument that he could be considered as a potential risk to the health and safety of women in that state."

04.08.20 Variety - "Six Strangers Testified Against Harvey Weinstein. Now, They're Bonded for Life." Journalist Elizabeth Wagmeister finds out what the process and experience was like for several of the women who were witnesses in the criminal trial of Harvey Weinstein. Attorney Gloria Allred represents three of the six witnesses in the trial, which ended in a sentence of 23 years in prison for Mr. Weinstein."

04.02.20 Daily Star UK - "Dark truth behind Michael Jackson's 'high pitch' as pals discuss his real voice." There has always been speculation about whether or not Michael Jackson's soft, high pitched voice was real or if it was an affectation. This UK tabloid quotes friends and insiders who have their thoughts on the matter. Court TV's Diane Dimond told Access Hollywood in 2005: "Somewhere in there, especially if you bring him bad news or if you make him mad, his voice gets very, very deep.
I was there one day when someone asked him about Gloria Allred, the attorney that has sort of dogged him and he turned around in one foul swoop and said, 'She can go to hell,' in this big, deep, masculine voice."

04.01.20 Screenrant.com - "Election Year: 10 Best Netflix Documentaries About American Politics." For those interested in learning more about American politics, presidents, and economics, Netflix contains many compelling documentaries highlighting moments and figures that have shaped the course of the country's history. This list showcases 10 of the best such films streaming on the platform right now. Number 5 is Seeing Allred, an important political documentary for the #MeToo movement. Directed by Roberta Grossman and Sophie Sartain, it follows the life of women's rights attorney Gloria Allred.

04.01.20 NOW THIS NEWS - "A History of Reproductive Rights, Told For Teenagers." The right to have an abortion in the U.S. has been under attack for decades. The author of this book, Ms. Karen Blumenthal, told NowThis that she wrote the book for young adults because they will quickly become voters and are learning to form political opinions of their own. She wanted them to understand what it's all about - politics and religion aside, women have been receiving and giving abortions for centuries, whether or not it was safe or legal. The 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade has been widely regarded as the historical turning point for women's right to terminate a pregnancy. Attorney Gloria Allred and her client, Norma McCorvey who was "Jane Roe" and plaintiff in the 1973 landmark court case Roe vs. Wade, were later involved in a case at the Supreme Court in April 1989, where the High Court heard arguments in a case that could have overturned the Roe v. Wade decision.

03.16.20 Aljezerra America - "' I feel joyous': Women on Weinstein sentencing." "This is what justice looks like," said Gloria Allred, the lawyer representing some of Mr. Weinstein's accusers. See a video with some of their reactions after the sentencing was announced.

03.13.20 Daily Nation - "Reactions outside court after Harvey Weinstein is jailed for 23 years." A statement from witness Tarale Wulff is made in front of the courthouse after Harvey Weinstein is sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault. Attorney for three of the witnesses, Gloria Allred, and Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyer, Donna Rotunno, also address the media in this brief video.

03.13.20 New Zealand Herald - "Harvey Weinstein rushed to hospital after being handed 23-year prison sentence for rape." After Mr. Weinstein left the courthouse yesterday after his sentencing, he was taken to Rikers Island, where he was to await transfer to a New York prison. Later that day he complained of chest pains, and was transferred to a locked prison ward at Bellevue Hospital where he was diagnosed with dangerously high blood pressure. The article talks about what Mr. Weinstein said to the court prior to his sentence being read. Outside the courthouse after the sentencing, Attorney Gloria Allred said, in part, "For all those who are still preying on women … and thinking you'll get away with it … that gamble is unlikely to pay off for you anymore."

03.12.20 Metro - "Harvey Weinstein's accuser Miriam Haley finally 'calm' after his rape sentencing." Mimi Haley, a former production assistant and witness in the trial of Harvey Weinstein, appeared on The Lorraine Show in the UK - along with her lawyer Gloria Allred - to discuss the process of getting Mr. Weinstein sentenced for sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree. Mimi told Lorraine: 'At this point, I'm relieved and feeling quite good. I wouldn't say it's a joyous or celebratory time in any way, as the entire thing is very sad and heartbreaking." "What happened to me happened a very long time ago and I buried it very deeply for a very long time and just carried on with my life," Miriam told Lorraine

03.12.20 Newsweek - "HARVEY WEINSTEIN SENTENCING SHOWS U.S. JUSTICE SYSTEM IS STARTING TO UNDERSTAND IMPACTS OF RAPE, RAINN CHIEF SAYS." Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein's sentencing on Wednesday suggests that the U.S. justice system and the public are gaining a better understanding of the true impacts of rape and sexual assault, the president of the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) has said. Mr. Weinstein was sentenced yesterday in the New York criminal case. Speaking outside court on Wednesday, attorney Gloria Allred, who has represented three of Weinstein's accusers, held up a sign saying "This is what justice looks like" as she warned, "If you are a sexual predator and you are confused, all you have to do is remember this: 20 plus three years," referring to the sentence handed down against Harvey Weinstein.

03.12.20 ClickOrlando - Inside Edition - "What the Courtroom Was Like as Harvey Weinstein Was Sentenced to 23 Years for Sex Assaults." The writer briefly describes what Mr. Weinstein and two of his victims said yesterday before his sentence was announced, and comments by Gloria Allred, attorney for three of the witnesses, and defense attorney, Donna Rotunno, after the sentence was announced.

03.11.20 WGN Radio - "'Legal Face-Off': Civil Rights Lawyer Gloria Allred on Harvey Weinstein." All-star civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred joins Rich Lenkov and Tina Martini to discuss the latest developments with Harvey Weinstein. Listen to the interview here.

03.24.20 YourContent - "Texas Governor and AG Scolded by Gloria Allred for Using Coronavirus to Ban Abortions." Attorney Gloria Allred commented on Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton for having abruptly banning abortions amid the deadly coronavirus - calling the duo's move 'reprehensible,' accusing them of using the pandemic to attack vulnerable women. (See Gloria's full statement under Videos and Statements on 03.23.20 on this site)

03.18.20 Forbes - "Ghislaine Maxwell Sues Jeffrey Epstein's Estate, Wanting Protection Against Death Threats." Ghislaine Maxwell-a former long-time confidante of the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein - filed a lawsuit against his estate seeking reimbursement for her legal fees and personal protection costs, according to court documents cited by ABC news. Several alleged victims of Mr. Epstein have accused Ms. Maxwell of enabling his abuse, with one victim claiming that Ghislaine Maxwell trafficked her to have sex with Britain's Prince Andrew. Britain's Prince Andrew, who held a years-long friendship with Epstein, last year said on two separate occasions that he would cooperate with investigators. But prosecutors in Manhattan said that the royal has walked back his commitment, while lawyer Gloria Allred, who is representing several of Epstein's alleged victims, has appealed for the 60-year-old to come forward.

03.11.20 NBC News - "'This is What Justice Looks Like.' Weinstein Accusers' Attorney Gloria Allred." It was an emotional day in court today, as Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 20+3 years by Judge Burke after compelling arguments by the prosecution and by the defense in his criminal case in New York. Heartfelt Victim Impact Statements were read in court by victims Mimi and Jessica before the sentencing. Ms. Allred talks to the press in front of the courthouse, and reads a part of Mimi's victim impact statement.

03.10.20 Daily Mail - "'Hypocrite' Prince Andrew is 'torturing' Jeffrey Epstein's victims by offering to 'speak to US authorities, then shutting the door', claims their lawyer."
Prince Andrew's failure to speak to the FBI is inflicting more pain and suffering on Jeffrey Epstein's victims who feel like they are in a 'torture chamber', their lawyer has claimed today.
Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents five women who were allegedly abused by Mr. Epstein, previously a friend of the Duke of York, has revealed she sent a letter to the royal's Windsor home urging him to help the authorities but has not had any reply. Ms Allred also believes that claims Andrew has not been contacted by the authorities in the U.S. are false. Ms. Allred stated, 'This is so hypocritical on the part of Prince Andrew. There is this drip, drip, drip, and this torture chamber where he says he will speak to them, then he won't, then he will with conditions. This does nothing but inflict more pain and suffering on the victims'. The prince has denied any accusations of wrongdoing.

03.06.20 KABC 7 - "Middle school student alleges racial discrimination after coronavirus outbreak." As coverage of the coronavirus outbreak has intensified, many Asian communities have faced increasing discrimination. Dylan Muriano, a 13 year-old student at Walter Reed Middle School in Los Angeles, believes he was targeted by his teacher for coughing in class because of his Asian ethnicity. "He swallowed some water awkwardly and coughed. The teacher looked up, noted him and instructed him to go to the school nurse. Dylan indicated that he was fine. The teacher ignored his assurance and commanded him to see the nurse," said attorney Gloria Allred. Dylan says other non-Asian students who coughed in class were not sent to the nurse and says his teacher remained silent when Dylan asked him if he was sent out because he's Asian. Responses from the school administration were mixed, and the teacher has never denied that he targeted his student because of his race, and appeared to have further retaliated against Dylan. A complaint was filed against the school and the LAUSD. Dylan's mother, former local news anchor Leyna Nguyen, says she just wanted an apology, and indicated it is about accountability and standing up for other families.

02.24.20 Brinkwire - "Weinstein's lawyer trades blows with attorney Gloria Allred." Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents some of Harvey Weinstein's alleged victims, was confronted by Mr. Weinstein's defense attorney, Donna Rotunna, Friday morning before the jury started day four of their deliberations. Ms. Rotunno approached Ms. Allred as she sat in the front row of the public gallery and could be seen pointing her finger and whispering furiously at her. Ms. Rotunno could be heard saying, "Don't discuss my personal life." Ms. Allred was heard to say back, "You are out of control. I did not say that.. You are once again distorting the facts." Hours later, Ms. Allred had a press conference on the steps outside the court, and relayed that she never spoke to any reporters about why Ms. Rotunno had to leave court early on Friday. Attorney Allred wondered if the defense attorney was acting when she created a drama in front of those in court? She said, "I'm not here to analyze her, she needs to chill."

02.21.20 ITV News - "Prince Andrew again urged by lawyer of Jeffrey Epstein victims to speak to FBI." Attorney Gloria Allred spoke to the media today, and urged Prince Andrew to talk to the FBI to help the victims of his former friend, Jeffrey Epstein. Ms. Allred organized a yellow school bus with a banner with a post-birthday message for the Duke of York, which drove around the area surrounding Buckingham Palace today.

02.21.20 The Guardian - "School bus stunt urges Prince Andrew to talk to FBI about Jeffrey Epstein." Attorney Gloria Allred arranged for this American school bus to be driven past Buckingham Palace with a message for anyone who sees the Prince to ask him to please call the FBI to answer questions about his links to Jeffrey Epstein. Ms. Allred gave an impromptu press conference on the steps of the New York Supreme Court today where she said, "I implore you, Prince Andrew. You must do the right thing… If you have done nothing wrong then just talk to the FBI."

02.21.20 NBC News - "Prince Andrew must 'call the FBI' about Jeffrey Epstein, London bus sign says." A yellow school bus was seen driving past Buckingham Palace today in London with two large pictures of Britain's Prince Andrew on the side and a message for the Prince to call the FBI to answer their questions. Attorney Gloria Allred confirmed that she organized the event, as she represents a number of victims of the Prince's former friend, Jeffrey Epstein. She said, "I believe that victims have been denied justice in the case of Jeffrey Epstein. At the very least, they deserve the truth. Prince Andrew could and should provide what he knows to the FBI."

02.17.20 Yahoo! Lifestyle - "Ruth Bader Ginsburg praised for rocking glittery high heels." On Friday, February 14, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined attorney Gloria Allred, Martha Stewart and others for a Washington, D.C. awards ceremony in which she presented art patron Agnes Gund with the inaugural Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Award. Several journalists and others commenting on social media were enthralled with the glittering, champagne-hued high heels that the Justice was wearing to the formal ceremony at the Library of Congress.

02.05.20 CBS New York - "Harvey Weinstein Trial: Final Accuser Takes the Stand." Lauren Marie Young took the stand today in Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial in Lower Manhattan. Ms. Young, who is represented by attorney Gloria Allred, alleged that Mr. Weinstein sexually assaulted her in Beverly Hills in 2013, when she was there meeting with him and another woman in order to pitch a script. Ms. Young reported details of what happened, of Mr. Weinstein's body and how she was traumatized and scared "because he was powerful." Harvey Weinstein is facing charges for this alleged assault in California.

01.31.20 The Daily Beast - "The Harvey Weinstein Trial Shows Why Forced Oral Sex is Rape." Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein has been in a criminal trial in Manhattan Supreme Court, where he faces five sex-crimes charges. The event is a catalyst for conversation about the way powerful men weaponized sex and leave their victims with lasting trauma. Attorney Gloria Allred represents clients Annabella Sciorra and Miriam Haleyi, two of the six witnesses who have testified to allege assaults by Weinstein. Both women reported that Weinstein performed forced oral sex without their consent, as well as alleging that he vaginally raped them, too. The article discusses how oral rape is rape, and how sexual assault was and is currently considered.

01.30.20 Daily Mail - "Andrew in war of words with the FBI." Prince Andrew and the FBI were in a war of words over whether he has ignored requests for help in the inquiry into accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Friends of the prince say he would be happy to speak to US investigators, but 'hasn't been approached yet.' Lawyers for some of the alleged victims of Mr. Epstein called on the duke to arrange an interview with the FBI immediately. Attorney Gloria Allred who represents five women said, "It is time for him to put justice for Jeffrey Epstein's victims first and his apparent discomfort with being interviewed by the FBI last. Justice delayed is justice denied." The prince has always strenuously denied knowing Mr. Epstein was abusing girls.

01.30.20 Daily News - "Roman Polanski sparks uproar with 12 nominations, including best director, from 'French Oscars.' Fugitive filmmaker Roman Polanski, who famously fled the U.S. for France in 1977 before being sentenced for his sexual assault of a 13-year old girl - picked up 12 Ce'sar Award nominations (France's version of the Oscars) for his latest movie "An Officer and a Spy." These nominations led to immediate response from a leading French women's group as well as attorney Gloria Allred, the civil rights lawyer who represents some Polanski accusers. "The French Academy, through its nominations of Mr. Polanski's films, is sending a message that crimes against children do not matter and that only entertainment, rather than justice for victims, should be considered," Allred told the Daily News on Thursday.

01.29.20 Daily News -"The lasting effects of Kobe Bryant's rape case." Kobe Bryant's influence on the world was immense. But in 2003, he was charged with sexually assaulting a 19-year old woman at a hotel in Eagle County, Colorado. Mr. Bryant's stature and the nature of the case combined to make it one of the most visible sexual assault cases of the decade, and one that would have a lasting effect on the way victims would be viewed and treated for years afterward. The victim had her unrelated personal medical and sexual history presented despite evidence supporting her allegations, and faced unrelenting threats and scrutiny from the public and media. Ultimately, she declined to testify against the basketball star, but later went to civil court, where she and Bryant settled for an undisclosed amount. Attorney Gloria Allred spoke to the writer and said, "there's been a seismic shift over the last 17 years" since Bryant was charged. "Women are more empowered and more willing to come forward." But, she added, "There [are] still many allegations against sports figures, those in the entertainment world, religious world [and] business world," that never reach trial. "Because there's still a major difference in the power dynamic between those who are in power and those who are not."

01.27.20 CNN via KTVZ News Channel 21 - "Former production assistant testifies that Harvey Weinstein pinned her down and assaulted her." Miriam Haley, a former production assistant that testified on Monday that Harvey Weinstein pinned her down and forced her into a sex act at his Manhattan apartment in 2006. Ms. Haley's allegations are connected to two of the five charges against Mr. Weinstein in his ongoing criminal trial: first-degree criminal sexual act and predatory sexual assault. Attorney Gloria Allred represents Ms. Haley and was in the courtroom to hear the testimony.

01.24.20 WSB-TV 2 Atlanta - "Actress Rosie Perez says she was told of Weinstein rape." Actress Rosie Perez testified on Friday in the New York criminal trial of Harvey Weinstein that fellow actress Annabella Sciorra told her in the mid-1990s that Harvey Weinstein had raped her but that Ms. Sciorra said she couldn't go to the police because "he'd destroy me." The 67 year old producer would get life in prison if convicted. Ms. Sciorra's attorney is Gloria Allred, who was present in the courtroom to hear testimony.

01.24.20 Baptist News Global - "Kenneth Starr is doing it again." Kenneth Starr is back as a regular guest on Fox News, and a member of President Donald Trump's TV defense team. In 2008, Starr, as part of Jeffrey Epstein's legal team, helped craft the sweetheart deal that allowed Mr. Epstein to spend just 13 months in jail, while still being able to attend to business interests. Later Mr. Starr became president of Baylor University, and during this time, he was in support of a social friend, Chris Kloman, a teacher at the Potomac School in Virginia, who was sentenced to 43 years for sexually assaulting five girls. The Starrs wrote a letter to the court asking for community service for their friend. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represented Kloman's victims, told the Waco Tribune-Herald she found it "shocking" that Starr "would argue that community service, rather than prison time, is an appropriate punishment for a convicted serial child molester." Several years later, Mr. Starr was removed as president of Baylor University, as under his watch, the university was found to be deliberately indifferent to numerous reports of sexual assault. The writer wonders "Why, we might ask, does Starr consistently end up protecting powerful men while showing callous disregard for the women they use for their pleasure?"

01.23.20 Fox23 News - "'Sopranos' actress says Weinstein raped her in the mid-1990s." Actress Annabella Sciorra confronted Harvey Weinstein from the witness stand Thursday, testifying that the former Hollywood studio boss overpowered and raped her in the mid-1990s at her home after he dropped her off from a film-business dinner, having come back to her door uninvited minutes later where he forced his way inside. Ms. Sciorra became the first of Mr. Weinstein's accusers to testify at his current trial in New York. Ms. Sciorra is a client of attorney Gloria Allred, who said she was very proud of Ms. Sciorra's testimony.

01.14.20 Variety - "Experts Weigh in on Harvey Weinstein's Rape Trial." Veteran journalist, Ken Auletta, and Civil attorney, Ari Wilkenfeld, look at potential aspects of the upcoming Harvey Weinstein trial. The primary accusers in the case are represented by attorney Gloria Allred - Mimi Haleyi, a former Weinstein Company production assistant who has accused Weinstein of sexual assault, and an unnamed woman who alleges rape from an incident in a hotel room in 2013. If convicted, Weinstein faces life in prison. Separate from the five New York charges, Weinstein is also facing rape charges in Los Angeles.

01.09.20 ABC News - "Bloomberg won't release women who sued him from secrecy agreements." Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg told ABC News this week he will not take any steps to release women who have signed confidentiality agreements with his company to speak publicly about past allegations that the former New York City mayor fostered a hostile work environment for some female employees. On the topic of confidentiality agreements, attorney Gloria Allred told ABC News that they are a negotiation and can be accepted or declined. "It's up to the victim whether she wants to try to have a confidential settlement or not. Nobody silences her, nobody forces her to do it."

01.09.20 Huffington Post - "The Testimony That Could Seal Harvey Weinstein's Conviction." The trial against Harvey Weinstein began on Monday and while the disgraced media mogul is facing charges of sexually assaulting two women, his potential conviction could hinge on the statements of three others who say he sexually abused them, too. The three women will be allowed to testify in the trial under the Molineaux Rule, which says that other accusations can be used to establish, among other things, a pattern to an offender's criminal behavior. Attorney Gloria Allred said she believes prosecutors are more likely to take on serial predators and to request testimony from accusers outside of the criminal case. "This is a new day," Ms. Allred told the reporter. "Whatever happens in Weinstein, we're never going back."

01.08.20 Newser - "Weinstein's Lawyers Take Aim at Gloria Allred, Unsuccessfully." Today was the second day of jury selection in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial in New York. Mr. Weinstein's lawyers took aim at prominent attorney, Gloria Allred, trying to get her barred from the courtroom for the trial. Gloria Allred represents one of the accusers in the criminal case, and two other women who are expected to testify. Mr. Weinstein's lawyers argued that Ms. Allred shouldn't be allowed to watch trial testimony because they are considering calling her as a witness. Judge James Burke rejected the request, saying there was too much uncertainty over whether she'd take the stand to remove her. Attorney Allred later accused the defense of trying to interfere with her ability to represent the women. (Please see Gloria Allred's statement on this site under Videos and Statements.

01.06.20 Herald Mail Media - "Weinstein charged with sex crimes in L.A. on eve of N.Y. trial." Los Angeles prosecutors charged Harvey Weinstein on Monday with sexually assaulting two women on successive nights during Oscars week in 2013, bringing the new case against the disgraced Hollywood producer on the eve of jury selection for his New York trial. Mr. Weinstein could get up to 28 years in prison on charges of forcible rape, forcible oral copulation, sexual penetration by use of force and sexual battery. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents one of the alleged victims in the N.Y. case as well as two other women who are scheduled to testify, in part stated, "The walls of justice are closing in on Harvey Weinstein." (See Gloria Allred's statement on this site in the Videos and Statements section.)

01.04.20 The Hollywood Reporter - "' Surviving R. Kelly': 12 Powerful Takeaways From 'Part II: The Reckoning.'" The explosive follow-up to the 2018 Lifetime docuseries has aired over three nights in January. The executive producer said that they needed to go deeper into some areas which they couldn't before with Part 1. Part II features 10 survivors on the record with their stories of sexual abuse, with 70 interviewees overall. Attorney Gloria Allred, who has represented several of Kelly's accusers, noted after the release of Part 1 of the documentary, "The person with the fear is the rapist, or the person who sexually assaulted or abused a child." Read more to see THR's "biggest takeaways" from this powerful series.

01.02.20 Agence-France Presse via Yahoo! News - "Harvey Weinstein: accusers girded for 'brutal' trial." The French periodical had a Q&A with attorney Gloria Allred ahead of the start of Harvey Weinstein's trial on Monday, January 6th, to get her take on the proceedings. Two of Ms. Allred's clients accuse Mr. Weinstein of sexual assault and will be called to testify against him. They discuss the Weinstein trial, changes in the law regarding statutes of limitations, and the cases of Jeffrey Epstein and R. Kelly.

12.28.19 The Daily Wire - The Ben Shapiro Show - The Sunday Special "Ep. 83 - Gloria Allred." Famed women's rights and discrimination lawyer, Gloria Allred, talks with host Ben Shapiro about how attorney Allred started her career, how she and her firm consider potential cases, the definition of feminism, sexual harassment, sexual assault and discrimination issues, celebrity cases in the news and some recent victories for clients.

12.23.19 The Guardian - "Gloria Steinem meets Gloria Allred: 'Donald Trump has made us woke'." Gloria Steinem, feminist icon and activist, and women's rights attorney, Gloria Allred, meet for a special conversation covering among other topics recent high-profile cases brought by women, the forthcoming U.S. presidential election, attacks on abortion legislature, and the history of women's rights in the U.S.

12.17.19 The Philadelphia Tribune "Girls High raises the bar on academic excellence." For 171 years, the Philadelphia High School for Girls, commonly referred to as Girls High, has served as an educational mecca for academically talented young women in Philadelphia. The school was one of the nation's first public high schools for girls, and it's students have often gone on to become judges, doctors, lawyers, musicians and entertainers. Some of the alumnae include Gloria Allred, Constance Clayton, Jill Scott and Judith Rodin.

12.16.19 ScaryMommy - "Runner Who Sexually Assaulted Reporter on Air Has Been Arrested." Tommy Callaway could now face up to a year in jail. The Georgia man who slapped a reporter on her bottom during a live TV broadcast from a Savannah road race, was arrested Friday and charged with misdemeanor sexual battery. The reporter, Alex Bozarjian, is standing on the sidelines at the Enmarket Savannah Bridge Run giving her broadcast. Many runners wave to the camera as they go by. Callaway smacks her as he passes and you can see her face fall as she tries to continue her broadcast. Ms. Bozarjian is represented by attorney Gloria Allred, who stated that "Alex is looking forward to justice in this case."

12.16.19 The Washington Post as reported in the Midland Reporter Telegram - "Harvey Weinstein says he feels 'like the forgotten man.' His accusers are furious." Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women since 2017. The 67-year old Hollywood producer told the New York Post on Friday that his advocacy and support of women in the industry has been eviscerated by the allegations. He complained in this interview that he wanted "this city to recognize who I was instead of what I've become." Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents several Weinstein accusers, said in a statement to ABC News: "Whatever he has done professionally for women may or may not be relevant at the time of sentencing if he is convicted. For now, any attempt by him to recast his tattered reputation or to appear to ask for sympathy will only serve to trigger many of those who allege that they are victims of Mr. Weinstein." (See Ms. Allred's full statement under Videos and Statements 12.15.19 on this site).

12.12.19 Spring Hill Insider - "Cosby Prosecutor Wanted to Call 13 Women Accusers. Judge Says He Can Call 1." A Montgomery County judge ruled Friday that he would allow only one additional accuser to testify at Mr. Cosby's sexual assault trial. The judge said in his one-page order that he carefully weighed the potential value of calling 12 other women who have alleged that Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them against the threat that their unproven allegations might prejudice a jury. Attorney Gloria Allred represents the lone accuser whose testimony Judge O'Neill has cleared for trial. In a statement on Friday, Ms. Allred said that "even though [the others] will not be able to testify in this case, they have been very important in the effort to seek justice."

11.12.19 Casper Courier - "Women's Hall of Fame inducts Sotomayor, Fonda, Allred." U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, actress Jane Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred were among the esteemed Class of 2019 inductees at the National Women's Hall of Fame in September. "I feel this connection, and I always have felt it - even before I knew I was going to be inducted - to the women's rights pioneers who came before me," said Allred. "We still have more battles to fight in this war against women," stated Allred, citing the decades-long push to ratify the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution.

11.06.19 Associated Press News - "Ginsburg, in book, questions confidential #MeToo agreements." A new book on Ruth Bader Ginsburg explores the U.S. Supreme Court justice's thoughts on the #MeToo movement and her hope that non-disclosure agreements "will not be enforced by the courts." She discussed whether the #MeToo movement will render the secrecy clause obsolete in such cases. Some lawyers who represent women today in sexual misconduct cases, including attorney Gloria Allred, have said that confidential settlement agreements can be essential to securing settlements and protecting their client's privacy. The reporter stated that Ms. Allred said that she sees no sign that courts will stop enforcing them.

11.04.19 OA Online - "Estrich: Gloria Allred, superlawyer." Columnist Susan Estrich is also a Professor of Law and Political Science at USC Law Center, and shares her thoughts on the current media discussion about confidential settlements in sexual assault cases and attorney Gloria Allred's position on it being the client's choice. Ms. Estrich writes that attorney Gloria Allred has been standing up for women's rights, decades before the "MeToo" movement, and agrees with her point of view. Ms. Estrich also agrees with Ms. Allred about the New York Times reporters - they may be good reporters, but seem to know almost nothing about confidential settlements and even less about the reason so many victims choose that course.

10.31.19 New York Magazine/Intelligencer - "Why Are Jeffrey Epstein's Lawyers Still Questioning That He Killed Himself?" In the past two months, conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein remain, despite New York City medical examiner Barbara Sampson's conclusion that he killed himself on the morning of August 10. According to the article, two in three Americans doubt the results of the official autopsy. Epstein's attorneys as well as victim representatives seek an investigation into what happened. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents some of the alleged victims of Mr. Epstein, told the reporter that such a probe is essential "because the system has failed in such a glaring way to provide justice for the victims and real accountability for Epstein." She also added, "I don't think that it ends" at the suicide determination. "Ordinarily it might, but because of the massive breakdown in this system, I think that the only neutral option would be the court."

10.28.19 EFE/Alianza Metropolitan News - "Gloria Allred, scourge of rich and famous sexual predators." Attorney Gloria Allred spoke with reporter, Jorge Fuentelsaz, about cases she is involved with related to Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Jeffrey Epstein and R. Kelly. Ms. Allred told Mr. Fuentelsaz, "All these cases have in common that a predator has abused his power and perhaps betrayed the trust which had been placed in him, and this has gone on for far too long, but the only way that changes is for women to be brave." English / Spanish

10.16.19 Los Angeles Times - "Gloria Allred says her New York Times critics 'don't understand the practice of law.'" Attorney Gloria Allred was interviewed while attending the screening of Lionsgate's new film "Bombshell," about the women who called out sexual harassment at Fox News. Ms. Allred was asked about recent press related to confidential settlements. Attorney Allred stated that she never pressures her clients into accepting settlements. Her job, she said, is to outline the benefits and risks of every option, and that the client makes the choice that is best for them. "My job is to put my client first."

10.14.19 The Hollywood Reporter - "Charlize Theron Talks 'Complicated' Megyn Kelly Portrayal at First 'Bombshell' Screening." The new movie, Bombshell, put news reporters Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson at the center of the story about the Fox News reporters who brought forth sexual harassment allegations against founder Roger Ailes, and looks at the complicated nature of the women's stories. The screening had many celebrity guests, including Andie McDowell, Diane Lane, Cara Delevingne and attorney Gloria Allred. The film stars Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron.

10.11.19 Beverly Hills Courier - "Beverly Hills Loses Motion in Employment Discrimination Case." The City of Beverly Hills lost a motion in court this week to narrow down the claims in a lawsuit filed by a 67-year old former Beverly Hills senior recreation supervisor, Cynthia Brynan. The suit alleges she was denied promotions and forced to quit because of her age. Attorney Gloria Allred, co-counsel for Ms. Brynan, stated, "Ms. Brynan was a loyal and dedicated employee of the city of Beverly Hills for decades. Once she reached her early 60's, the city engaged in familiar tactics to push her out of a job she loved by denying her promotions and treating her poorly. We are happy with the court's ruling this week...."

10.10.19 KSBY 6 News for Central California - "Third lawsuit filed against former Nipomo girls' wrestling coach." A third lawsuit has been filed against the Lucia Mar Unified School District and former coach, Justin Magdaleno, alleging negligent hiring, breach of mandatory duty, sexual harassment, sexual battery, battery, assault, and intentional infliction of emotional distress, filed on behalf of three students who are members of the team. They are being represented by attorney Gloria Allred, who is also representing the plaintiffs in two other lawsuits filed against Magdaleno and the school district in March 2019 and August 2018.

09.24.19 Los Angeles Times - "Opinion: Gloria Allred: Assault victims have every right to keep their trauma and their settlements private." Attorney Gloria Allred states her views on a victim's right to choose.

09.14.19 WXXI News - "Women's Hall of Fame inductions include Sotomayor, Fonda." U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, actor Jane Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred were among the inductees at the National Women's Hall of Fame on Saturday. The ceremonies were held at the del Lago Casino & Resort in Waterloo, N.Y. The class of 2019 inducted into the Hall in Seneca Falls also included activist Angela Davis, attorney Sarah Deer, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, retired Air Force fighter pilot Nicole Malachowski, the late artist and suffragist Rose O'Neill, composer Laurie Spiegel, molecular biologist Flossie Wong-Staal, and the late U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter of New York. "I feel this connection, and I always have felt it - even before I knew I was going to be inducted - to the women's rights pioneers who came before me", said Ms. Allred.

09.13.19 13ABC WHAM - "Women's Hall of Fame honoree Allred speaks about legacy." Attorney Gloria Allred is part of an esteemed group of this year's inductees into the National Women's Hall of Fame this weekend in Seneca Falls, N.Y. Eight living and two deceased honorees will join the 276 women who are in the Hall in Seneca Falls, the birthplace of women's rights. Gloria Allred spoke to 13WHAM, and talked about how she wants to be remembered.

09.13.19 SAT PRWire "Oracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Announced A Sick Leave." Mark Hurd announced his sick leave departure as CEO of Oracle for the past nine years. Hurd was previously at Hewlett Packard for five years, and while there was forced to leave by the Board of Directors due to an accusation of sexual harassment by a client of attorney Gloria Allred.

09.13.19 Spectrum News - "Gloria Allred To Be Inducted to National Women's Hall of Fame." Attorney Gloria Allred will be inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York this weekend. Cristina Domingues of Spectrum News spoke to Ms. Allred about this high honor. "I'm very humbled by the selection," she said. "It's just a shock and surprise to me."

09.12.19 Dr. Oz show - "True Crime" (Fox) - Dr. Oz speaks with attorney Gloria Allred about musician R. Kelly and the array of multiple sex crime charges he is facing. Ms. Allred discusses aspects of these serious alleged charges, and stated, "I've never seen so many charges in so many jurisdictions against one person." Video: 4:41 minutes

09.07.19 Daily Mail - "Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and rape charges are reduced to just TWO indictments to 'simplify issues at trial' after his lawyers argued new counts violated double jeopardy and his New York trial was delayed by four months." Mr. Weinstein is charged and accused of raping an unnamed woman in 2013 and performing a forcible sex act on production assistant Mimi Haleyi in 2006. Now under one indictment, Weinstein is charged with five counts - two of rape, two of predatory sexual assault and one of a forcible sex act. His trial was delayed and is now scheduled to start January 6. He faces life in prison for two counts of predatory sexual assault. Actress Annabella Sciorra is planning to testify as a witness about claims that Weinstein raped her in 1993. Her attorney, Gloria Allred, relays that Ms. Sciorra spoke to the police because it was 'in the interest of justice' despite the stress and anxiety it was causing her. The article relays that prosecutors want to use Ms. Sciorra's testimony to prove that Weinstein has a pattern of assaulting women.

09.02.19 PerthNow/New York Post "The man accused of finding young girls for Epstein has gone underground." French authorities want to interview Jean-Luc Brunel, who owns modeling agencies and has ties to Jeffrey Epstein. Mr. Brunel seems to have disappeared without a trace, according to a legal source in Paris. Attorney Gloria Allred is shown in a photo in the article leaving a New York courthouse with two accusers of Jeffrey Epstein.

08.28.19 DemocracyNow! - "16 Survivors of Jeffrey Epstein's Sexual Abuse Testify in NYC Court." Attorney Gloria Allred spoke to press outside of the New York Federal court yesterday, saying about the survivors of Epstein's abuse who spoke to the court, "It took a lot of courage for them to write the statements and to have their voice heard, and I really commend them for being here…."

08.28.19 Law.Com/New York Law Journal - "Hearing on Dismissing Epstein Charges Was Not 'Drama' but Proper Respect for Victims". Attorney Gloria Allred was at the hearing with her clients yesterday, where many victims of Mr. Epstein testified. Many of these women made clear that the very act of speaking in court was empowering for them - potentially an initial step on the road towards healing for the crimes Jeffrey Epstein committed against them. Under the Crime Victim's Act, a victim has the right to be heard at appropriate points in the process, as well as being treated with fairness and respect for dignity and privacy.

08.27.19 wbhm - " 'A Day of Power and Strength': Epstein's Accusers Get Their Day in Court." Today, nearly three weeks after Jeffrey Epstein, wealthy financier and alleged sex trafficker, appeared to have taken his own life in jail, a host of women and their attorneys took the stand to tell their stories. Judge Richard Berman decided that Epstein's death should not close the door on those who wish to speak about the case. Attorney Gloria Allred was there with alleged victims of Mr. Epstein, and said, "It was wonderful, as far as they were concerned, to have this opportunity to be heard."

08.26.19 KABC - The Morning Drive with Jillian and John - Attorney Gloria Allred speaks with Jillian and John about the new indictments against Harvey Weinstein, what happened inside the courtroom today at his hearing, a new witness who will be allowed to testify, and more. Audio: 8:38 minutes

08.21.19 Rochester First - "Women's Hall of Fame preps for induction ceremony." Dr. Sujatha Ramanujan, Chair for the National Women's Hall of Fame induction ceremony, discussed the Class of 2019 and the common bond they share. She said of this year's milestone celebration, "We are coming up on the one-hundredth anniversary of the women's right to vote, a movement that emerged in Seneca Falls, and we're moving into our new facility in the mill." The class of inductees include Gloria Allred, Angela Davis, Jane Fonda, Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, and many others. Dr. Ramanujan states that the inductees "are all women who found their voice and now are helping other women and other people find their voice."

08.21.19 The Root - "Twisted Logic: Walmart Goes Easy on Guns, But is Still Holding Black Beauty Products Under Lock and Key." Walmart continues to face racial discrimination charges as a result of some locations' practice of keeping beauty products for African-American women - and only those beauty products - in locked glass cases. There have been several reports of frustration and embarrassment by African-American shoppers at several Walmart stores across the country. Attorney Gloria Allred represents one such shopper, Essie Grundy, who has a pending suit against the retailer.

08.19.19 Good Day New York, Fox 5 - Attorney Gloria Allred appeared on the show today and discussed issues related to the death of Jeffrey Epstein, as well as current matters related to the Harvey Weinstein case. Ms. Allred stated that as a result of Mr. Epstein's death, the victims were deprived of the right to confront him in the criminal case. She indicated that, despite his death, there is a continuing and very serious investigation into who else might have assisted Mr. Epstein in victimizing these children. She said she will be filing civil lawsuits, and that the victims and the public have a right to discover who else may have assisted him. Gloria feels that the victims deserve the truth, accountability, and justice. "It's not over yet!" Video: 8:51 minutes

08.19.19 West Fargo Pioneer - "Demonstrators take to Fargo courthouse to fight for Savanna's Act." A group gathered outside the Quentin N. Burdick Federal Courthouse in downtown Fargo to raise awareness of the violence against Indigenous women on the two-year anniversary of the murder of Savanna Greywind. The gathering was to advocate for Savanna's Act and other legislation aimed at addressing the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW). Attorney Gloria Allred represents Savanna's family, and reflected on the lessons that should be learned from this terrible tragedy. (In addition to the article, please see Videos and Statement on this site on this date for Gloria Allred's statement in full).

08.16.19 The Issue Is: "The Life and Death of Jeffrey Epstein." Gloria Allred joins Elex Michaelson to talk about the troubling life and death by suicide of Jeffrey Epstein. They discuss Gloria's representation of several of Epstein's accusers, which she says continue to suffer because of what Mr. Epstein did and his suicide. They discuss what is needed to be investigated regarding his death, lawsuits soon to be filed against the estate and potentially against others who may have been involved in conspiring to sexually exploit these then-child victims, and the desire to get justice, truth, and accountability for the victims. Gloria also joins a panel discussion with former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and conservative political commentator, Michael Knowles, talking about gun control, immigration and the 2020 election. Video: 31:42 minutes

08.10.19 New York Magazine - "Why Are Jeffrey Epstein's Lawyers Still Questioning That He Killed Himself?" In court, Jeffrey Epstein's defense team said they have "significant doubts regarding the conclusion of suicide." They argued that resolving the questions surrounding Mr. Epstein's death is vitally important, both to ensure that conditions improve for inmates at Metropolitan Correctional Center and to bolster public confidence in the legal system. The request for a court investigation is a point of agreement between the defense and some of Epstein's alleged victims. Attorney Gloria Allred, who appeared at the same hearing representing women who allege to have been assaulted by Mr. Epstein, told New York magazine that this investigation is essential "because the system has failed in such a glaring way to provide justice for the victims and real accountability for Epstein."

08.10.19 Global News - "Skepticism, conspiracy theories swirl following Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide." Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide Saturday morning in a federal jail launched new conspiracy theories online, fueled by his ties to famous and powerful people. Epstein was arrested on July 6 on allegations that he orchestrated a sex-trafficking ring with teenaged girls. He faced up to 45 years behind bars, and had pleaded not guilty while awaiting trial. In a video made outside of a New York courthouse last week before his death (video within the article), Attorney Gloria Allred stated that there are a number of alleged victims who have not yet come forward because they are in fear. She suggests that there is still time for an accuser to come forward now to speak to a private attorney, where they will have complete confidentiality.

08.08.19 ABC 7 - "L.A. County sheriff's detective sentenced after pleading guilty to lewd act with child." Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department detective Neil Kimball, who pleaded guilty to committing a lewd act with a child and unlawful sexual intercourse in Ventura County in 2017, was sentenced to the maximum term of three years in state prison Thursday. Kimball met the 15-year old victim while working her case for the elite Special Victims Bureau. Attorney Gloria Allred read the impact statement written by the teenage victim in court. "I don't understand why we live in a world where our most-trusted are the ones to turn and deceive you, to leave you hurt and hopeless." Impact statements by the victim and her father can be found on this site under Videos and Statements.

08.02.19 TMZ - " 'Irritated' After Bail's Denied in NY Federal Probe - Gloria Allred: 13 Alleged Victims Involved". Attorney Gloria Allred, who said she represents three of the Jane Does involved in the New York federal probe of Robert Kelly, spoke to reporters in front of the courthouse in Brooklyn today, where Kelly's bail was denied. Her statement from this morning can be found on this site under Videos and Statements.

08.01.19 Reuters via The Jakarta Post - "R. Kelly lawyer calls alleged victims 'disgruntled groupies': Court filing." New York prosecutors have charged Kelly with running a criminal racketeering enterprise in which he sexually trafficked and exploited minors. Kelly's lawyer Douglas Anton said in his filing that the charge was "an absurdity", and that "If this was the 'pattern' or 'enterprise' the government seeks to make it out to be, (it) is five disgruntled groupies, not all of which are alleged to be under age, who now show groupie remorse so many years later." Attorney Gloria Allred, representing some of the alleged victims in the New York case said, "Whether he intended to or not, he's now given the prosecution a preview of what his defense may be…If that's all he's got, I think he's going to have major challenges in this case."

07.24.19 Celebrity Insider - "Gloria Allred Slams Mississippi Governor Candidates Refusing to Meet with Women Reporters Alone - 'It's Insulting!' " Attorney Gloria Allred was asked about the meaning of the stated practices of two Republicans running for governor of Mississippi that are refusing to meet alone with female reporters. Attorney Allred said "…it is insulting to women….because it suggests every woman is going to accuse him of assault, even if he did not do it, which is really just a slam against women who are truly victims."

07.24.19 The Washington Newsday - "California boxing license returned to Bulgarian athlete who violently kissed the reporter." The California State Athletic Commission voted 6-0 to lift the suspension of Kubrat Pulev, the heavyweight boxer who had to complete a sexual harassment prevention course and pay a $2,500 fine after having kissed reporter Jenny Ravalo without her consent during an interview. Ms. Ravalo's attorney, Gloria Allred, thanked the Commission for the suspension of Pulev, but felt that Pulev's promoter, Bob Arum, should be punished for comments he made in a separate TV interview by belittling the agency's actions as "completely crazy" and saying that Pulev did nothing wrong.

07.12.19 Jewish Telegraphic Agency "Harvey Weinstein hires female lawyer critical of #MeToo movement." Harvey Weinstein, the renowned producer fighting rape and sexual assault charges, replaced his lead attorney with Donna Rotunno, who has been critical of the "MeToo movement and feels Weinstein has "been railroaded." Attorney Gloria Allred said, "Women are responsible for their own choices, but when will Mr. Weinstein be held responsible for his?" Weinstein is facing two counts of predatory sexual assault, one count of criminal sexual act in the first degree and one count each of first-degree rape and third-degree rape.

07.12.19 New York CBS Local - "Web Extra: Lawyer for Weinstein Accusers Speaks Outside Court." Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents two women accusing Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, speaks outside court in New York after Mr. Weinstein changed his counsel again, now replaced by lawyer Donna Rotunno.

07.12.19 New York Daily News - "R. Kelly arrested in Chicago on New York sex crimes charges." Singer R. Kelly was arrested on new federal sex crime charges outside his home in Chicago's Trump Tower. He will face charges which involve sex trafficking in Brooklyn federal court. NYPD investigators met in January with Faith Rodgers, one of Kelly's chief accusers and a client of attorney Gloria Allred.

07.11.19 Los Angeles Sentinel - "Legacy of a Lifetime - A Tribute to Diane Watson" Congresswoman Diane Watson has experienced a long and meaningful career in public service. She was recently was an honoree of the TIS Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award, which took place in Washington, D.C. Attorney Gloria Allred, a longtime friend of Ms. Watson, was one of many distinguished participants who were honored to be a part of the moving video tribute to Diane Watson at this gala event.

07.11.19 The Guardian - " ' Why should I have to work on stilts?': The women fighting sexist dress codes." The resistance to dress code requirements for women in the work place is growing. Work environments across the globe which require women to wear high heels, certain undergarments, tight skirts, stockings, or prohibit the wearing of trousers, has received a lot of push back against this double standard. The article references that in the 1980s, women wore power suits to project an image of masculine strength, giving attorney Gloria Allred as an example, who wore her suits in red for the first 25 years of her career.

07.11.19 WCBS 880 New York - "Lawyers for Weinstein, Accuser Spar Over #MeToo Movement." Disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein was in court Thursday morning to get approval to change his counsel, adding Donna Rotunno to his team. Rotunno has been a critic of the #MeToo movement, and said, "I believe he (Weinstein) has been railroaded." Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents a Weinstein accuser and a witness, was in front of the courthouse after the hearing as well, and remarked, "If they have an argument about the evidence, which is what the case is based on, which is what the charges are based on, then she should bring that up in a court of law."

07.06.19 POLITICO - "What the 2020 Candidates, James Comey and Other Politicos Are Reading This Summer." Politico reporters asked some of the most interesting people in politics - writers, activists, lawmakers, scholars and more - to reveal which book is at the top of their reading list and also what book they are taking to read as a guilty pleasure on vacation. Attorney Gloria Allred shares what she'll be reading this summer.

07.03.19 Omaha World-Herald - "Celebrity Birthdays for July 3." Some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today include attorney Gloria Allred, Tom Cruise, Olivia Munn and Montel Williams. Happy birthday!

06.26.19 Hawaii News Now - "Former gynecologist at University of Southern California charged in sex assaults of 16 patients." Dr. George Tyndall, formerly a gynecologist at the University of Southern California student health center for nearly 30 years, was arrested on sex abuse charges. He was charged with 29 felony counts that could bring 53 years in prison. Attorney Gloria Allred was with Daniella Mohazab, who alleges Tyndall assaulted her in 2016, at a press conference on the day of his arrest.

06.25.19 BELatina "!Feliz Cumpleaños, Justice Sonia Sotomayor!" Happy birthday to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor who turns 65 years old today! The enclosed article details the personal journey and areas of activism of this amazing woman, who is the first Latina to have ever served in the highest court. Justice Sotomayor will be inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in September, along with fellow inductees attorney Gloria Allred and actor Jane Fonda.

06.25.19 ABC 17 News - "These women have accused Trump of sexual harassment." Discussion of charges by several women who allege sexual misconduct by Donald Trump, including Jessica Leeds, Temple Taggart, and former client of attorney Gloria Allred, Summer Zervos.

06.20.19 CY Interview - "Superstar Attorney Gloria Allred Has a Message for O.J. Simpson: Famed Lawyer States, 'I'm not going to be intimidated by Mr. O.J. Simpson.'" Ms. Allred spoke to Chris Yandek about the trial of O.J. Simpson and the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman on the 25-year anniversary of these events. Audio: 13:42 minutes

06.14.19 New York City - "Here I am with some of the accusers of R. Kelly." (From left: Rochelle Washington, Asante McGee, Gloria Allred, Latresa Scaff and Kitti Jones) Photo

06.13.19 New York City - "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am." Attorney Gloria Allred was in attendance for the New York premiere of this documentary on the life and works of the acclaimed novelist, Toni Morrison. Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am. Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am. Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am. Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am. Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am.

06.09.19 Law360 - "Suing Under Pseudonyms Faces School's 'Chilling' Challenge." Attorney Gloria Allred was interviewed by RJ Vogt of Law360, discussing the argument by some that plaintiffs' names should be revealed and not allowed anonymity. Ms. Allred says that if clients will have to use their real names, "It is a barrier to access justice to require that an accuser have her name disclosed publicly as a condition of either pursuing her claim or as a condition of having the accused prosecuted."

06.04.19 NickiSwift.com - " Here's why Meghan Markle won't meet Trump on his U.K. Visit." During President Trump's second state visit to the UK, his official itinerary shows no one-on-one time with Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and she was noticeably absent on the guest lists of official engagements. The writer speculates why they may be avoiding each other. Ms. Markle is known to be a proud feminist, and as a young girl wrote to Attorney Gloria Allred, Procter & Gamble & Hillary Clinton about a dish soap commercial that she thought was sexist.

05.29.19 DatingAdvice.com - "Attorney Gloria Allred Fights to Get Justice for Survivors of Sexual Assault & Harassment." Gloria Allred spoke to writer Amber Brooks about some of the most noteworthy cases taken on by Ms. Allred and her Firm, current challenges, and what fuels her passionate advocacy for equality and social justice.

05.20.19 New York Daily News - "The legendary Friars Club hopes to emerge from money scandals with a new look, fresh faces - and gluten-free menu options" The 115-year old showbiz institution is aiming to entice a new generation of members to revamp its finances and membership, including celebrities from fashion and sports, to make it more hip and current. Model Carol Alt was inducted as a member in March of this year. The Friars Club had no female members until 1987 when attorney Gloria Allred threatened to sue on grounds of discrimination.

05.15.19 World Boxing News - "Pulev girlfriend Sushe abuse uncovered as CSAC set trio of punishments." Kubrat Pulev has been suspended by the California State Athletic Commission for a further two months following the hearing into his unwanted kissing and groping of a reporter, Jenny 'Sushe' Ravalo. Both Ms. Ravalo and her attorney, Gloria Allred, were at the hearing and Ravalo gave testimony regarding the incident.

05.14.19 Los Angeles Times - "Heavyweight Kubrat Pulev's suspension for kissing reporter extended with a warning." The California State Athletic Commission today ordered former heavyweight title challenger Kubrat Pulev to undergo sexual harassment prevention training in order to lift his state-imposed suspension for kissing a female reporter, Jenny Ravalo, without her consent following Pulev's March victory in Costa Mesa. Ravalo's attorney, Gloria Allred, told The Times "It was a fair hearing, and we'll be at the next hearing." "He's been trying to present himself as the victim," Allred said. "She's the victim. We have laws in California, and that type of behavior is not tolerated."

05.07.19 Podcast - Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry - Actor Alyssa Milano and Attorney Gloria Allred met for a rousing discussion of the day's important issues as part of Ms. Milano's new podcast series. Here are some photos of Gloria and the team! (Air date to be announced.) Milano Podcast (1) Milano Podcast (2) Milano Podcast (3)

05.01.19 The Guardian - "'Essential first step': Congress moves to act on crisis of violence against Native women." Earlier this year, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, reintroduced Savanna's Act, legislation she describes as an "essential first step" towards combating the epidemic of violence against Native women as it aims to better understand the scale of the crisis by improving and increasing data collection between tribal communities and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Attorney for the family, Gloria Allred, relayed a statement from the mother of Savanna La-Fontaine-Greywind, for whom the bill is named, that they are "100% supportive of Savanna's Act and anything that can be done to find our missing people."

04.26.19 The Guardian - "Harvey Weinstein trial should be public, news organizations argue." News organizations are fighting to open Harvey Weinstein's next court appearance to the public, after both prosecutors and defense attorneys asked for it to be held behind closed doors.

04.26.19 Deadline - "Judge In Harvey Weinstein Trial Closes Courtroom to Public, Backing Defense and NYC D.A. Motion." New York Supreme Court Justice James Burke rejected appeals from press organizations who insisted that the public's right to follow the case supersedes privacy or fair-trial concerns. Attorney Gloria Allred stated that this "is a very important day for decisions in this case that will have a major impact on the upcoming trial" and that "It is a difficult issue for the court…" Allred represents one of the two women for whom charges were filed in this case and another accuser who could end up being a potential witness.

04.25.19 Makers UK via YAHOO! Style - "5 ways Meghan Markle is the feminist princess we all hoped she would be." When Meghan Markle was 11 years old, she became an advocate for women's rights when she objected to the wording in a dishwashing liquid advertisement. She wrote letters to attorney Gloria Allred, then-First Lady Hillary Clinton and others. Procter & Gamble ultimately changed the slogan to gender neutral wording and it was the beginning of Meghan Markle's push for feminism and fairness in our world.

04.25.19 The National - "R. Kelly timeline: Woman wins civil case against the singer as he fails to show up to court." The latest installment in the R. Kelly saga is that one of his accusers has won her case after the disgraced R&B singer failed to respond to her civil lawsuit, and was a no-show at court yesterday. The lawsuit alleged sexual abuse by R. Kelly, having met him when she was 16 years old and had a relationship with him that lasted more than a year.

04.24.19 Los Angeles Magazine "USC's Arnold Schwarzenegger Problem." Recent scandals at the university have cast renewed scrutiny on an old deal with the former governor. In 2012, USC announced it was giving Mr. Schwarzenegger a full professorship and his own institute at the Price School of Public Policy. The controversial appointment was in return for his $20 million pledge, which was paid in full in 2016. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represented several of Schwarzenegger's previous accusers that alleged sexual misconduct, said action at USC is long overdue. "Anyone who has been accused by numerous women of sexual misconduct, as he has been, should not have an institute named after him - or have a professorship. Period." said Allred.

04.18.19 CNN via WRAL.Com "Woman who claimed affair with Cain calls on him to drop from Fed consideration." Ginger White, who claimed in 2011 that she carried on a years-long affair with Herman Cain, called on him today to withdraw from consideration for a Federal Reserve board seat. White's lawyer, Gloria Allred, said her clients are prepared to testify publically against Cain in the Senate if he is formally nominated. White said about Mr. Cain, "You are a liar and you don't deserve the public's confidence in such an important position."

04.15.19 KOLO 8/ABC News Now - "Bills moving forward in 2019 Nevada Legislature" One of these is Assembly Bill 142 which eliminates the statute of limitations on sexual assault if there is DNA evidence. Attorney Gloria Allred testified for the bill, and it is sponsored by GOP Assemblywoman Lisa Krasner and Democratic Senator Pat Spearman.

03.29.19 Daily Herald "'Ripper Crew' member released from prison this morning." Thomas Kokoraleis, a member of the infamous "Ripper Crew" and one of the persons responsible for the murder, torture and death of Lorry Borowski in 1982, was released from prison today after completing half of his 70-year sentence in Illinois. Attorney Gloria Allred is the attorney for the Borowski family, and Ms. Allred and the family held a press conference today to comment on this violent predator's release into the community. (Please see Videos & Statements on this site for details of the Press Conference.)

03.28.19 EchoLive.IE "Paying homage to the legend that is Joni" Clare O'Mahony is a songwriter and singer from Cork, Ireland. She loves the music of Joni Mitchell and is working on an album of her music. Clare was interviewed by EchoLive and says the person she most admires is attorney Gloria Allred for standing up to powerful people, her determination and work for equality and against discrimination of any kind.

03.28.19 Deadspin "Reporter Forcefully Kissed by Boxer Kubrat Pulev Hires Gloria Allred, Says Pulev Also Groped Her." Bulgarian boxer Kubrat Pulev ended his interview with Vegas Sports Daily reporter Jennifer Ravalo by grabbing her face and kissing her. Ravolo hired attorney Gloria Allred to represent her in her attempts to bring Pulev to justice. Ravolo alleges that she did not consent to Mr. Pulev actions of grabbing her face, kissing her or grabbing her backside. Allred called on the California State Athletic Commission to conduct an immediate investigation into these serious allegations. Mr. Pulev's license has been suspended pending an upcoming hearing.

03.28.19 LailasNews.com - "50 Cent mocks Floyd Mayweather for allegedly taking ex-girlfriend's jewelry worth $3m." Rapper 50 Cent took a jab at Floyd Mayweather in social media for taking back diamond jewelry he had given Shantel Jackson, his ex-girlfriend, and mentioned Ms. Jackson's Attorney Gloria Allred. 50 cent told Mayweather he wasn't going to win this fight!

03.19.19 Daily Trojan - "Judge orders USC to produce Tyndall case documents." Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents 62 plaintiffs in a case against former USC campus gynecologist George Tyndall for alleged sexual assault and misconduct, said she hopes the documents reveal what the University knew about the allegations and complaints made by many victims during their time at USC.

03.18.19 AboveTheLaw.com "Morning Docket: 03.18.19" The National Women's Hall of Fame recently announced its Class of 2019, and three lawyers of note were honored: Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, women's rights attorney Gloria Allred, and Native American tribal law expert Sarah Deer.

03.18.19 CarsonNow.org - "GOP Assemblywoman Lisa Krasner, Attorney Gloria Allred introduce bill to end statute of limitations for sexual assault." Attorney Gloria Allred joined Republican Assemblywoman Lisa Krasner at a press conference at the Nevada State Legislature in Carson City today regarding Assembly Bill 142, which would eliminate the statute of limitations for the prosecution of sexual assault where there is DNA evidence. "AB 142 tells victims that Nevada is here to support you," said Ms. Allred.

03.14.19 CBS Baltimore "Gloria Allred On R. Kelly Accusations | 'If We Believe The Accusers, This is The Worst Sexual Predator I've Ever Seen.'" Attorney Gloria Allred met with WJZ's Mary Bubala for an interview about the two Baltimore women who have accused R. Kelly of sexually assaulting them after his 1996 concert in the city. Allred said this is not the last we'll be hearing about R. Kelly or the last time he'll be facing legal troubles.

03.14.19 CBS Baltimore "R. Kelly's Alleged Sexual Assault Victims Say The Night Still Haunts Them 23 Years Later." Latresa Scaff and Rochelle Washington are two Baltimore women who have accused R. Kelly of assaulting them 23 years ago when they were only teens. The women are represented by Attorney Gloria Allred, and they are coming forward now because they want to see justice, not only for themselves but for all victims of sexual assault.

03.12.19 South Coast Today "Women of Distinction: National Women's Hall of Fame announces Class of 2019." Attorney Gloria Allred is honored to be among the 10 members of the Class of 2019 being inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. "We are pleased to add these American women to the ranks of inductees whose leadership and achievements have changed the course of American history," Hall of Fame President Betty Bayer said.

03.11.19 Yahoo! News - Video "Another Tape Appears to Show R. Kelly, Attorney Gloria Allred Says." A man says he has found a tape of a person who appeared to be R. Kelly sexually abusing girls, he and his attorney Gloria Allred said on Sunday. He was reviewing old VHS tapes from a closet to decide which to throw out and which to keep. He was shocked and surprised to find that it wasn't R. Kelly in concert, but rather one in which young, African American girls were being sexually abused. The tape has been handed over to law enforcement. (1:57 Minutes)

03.11.19 Inside Edition - "Gloria Allred Speaks About Client Who Says He Found R. Kelly Sex Tape in Old Box." Gloria Allred spoke to Inside Edition about her client, Gary Dennis, who found an R. Kelly sex tape in a box of old junk. Mr. Dennis felt it was his obligation to turn it over to law enforcement.

03.10.19 USA Today - "Gloria Allred reveals she's given investigators what looks like a third R. Kelly sex tape." At a press conference today in New York, Attorney Gloria Allred relays that her clients, Gary Dennis and his wife, Sallie, discovered to their surprise that they had a VHS tape that appears to show R. Kelly sexually abusing underage girls. They felt they had a moral duty to provide the tape to law enforcement, and Ms. Allred helped them turn the "potential evidence" over to the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York.

03.05.19 ET Live - "Michael Jackson Music Pulled in Canada After 'Neverland' Doc" - Attorney Gloria Allred speaks by phone with Hosts Melicia Johnson and Jason Carter with her thoughts in the wake of the HBO documentary. "It is very compelling, very disturbing, and I know it's very controversial, but it's important to talk about whether or not there appears to be evidence that, infact, Michael Jackson was a sexual predator, a child molester.... The public will need to decide whether the two men in the documentary were victims... This is a very sad story and we can all learn from it. But I don't think anyone can look at Michael Jackson in the same way after seeing this HBO documentary." Video: 6:54 minutes

03.01.19 The Inquisitr - "Meghan Markle Joins '80s Music Legend for International Women's Day Summit." On Friday, March 8 in London, Ms. Markle will be joining Annie Lenox and others on a panel convened by The Queen's Commonwealth Trust to "discuss the importance of International Women's Day, and the spotlight it can bring to obstacles which still affect female empowerment across the world…" When she was 11 years old, Ms. Markle wrote letters to Gloria Allred, Hillary Clinton, Procter & Gamble and others after seeing what she believed was a sexist TV advertisement, which resulted in the Company changing the biased language.

03.01.19 Newsweek - "Women's History Month 2019: 15 Empowering Quotes from Inspiring Women." The U.S. will celebrate and honor the achievements of women throughout history for Women's History Month in March. Here are 15 empowering quotes from famous women of history. See #15 for quote by Gloria Allred!

03.01.19 KSBY.com - "Former Nipomo wrestling coach facing second lawsuit alleging sexual harassment." Justin Magdaleno, former Nipomo High School girls' wrestling coach, and the Lucia Mar Unified School District are accused of negligent hiring, supervision and retention, sexual harassment, battery, and assault, among other claims. Attorney Gloria Allred is representing the plaintiff, "Jane Doe." Ms. Allred is also representing the plaintiff in another lawsuit filed against Magdaleno and the school district in August of 2018.

02.28.19 Jim Zirin TV - "Where Will Gloria Allred Strike Next?" One-on-one interview with Attorney Gloria Allred and her Host Jim Zirin, where they talk about many of the important cases and Gloria's personal journey during her spectacular 40-year career as advocate for victims of race, gender, age and ability discrimination, sexual harassment and assault. Video: 26:46 minutes

02.26.19 CBS This Morning - "A woman was raped in her hotel room. What she learned in the wake of her attack surprised her." Cheri Marchionda was sexually assaulted in her hotel room while traveling for work in 2014. According to court documents, her assailant got a key to her room from hotel staff without security checks. Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred has represented several hotel assault victims, including Kayla Snipe who was raped in her hotel room in 2015. "Even the hotels that have the best names in terms of the brand may present a risk of harm to you," Ms. Allred said. "Every precaution should be taken by someone checking into a hotel that no one else not authorized to be in that room be given a key." Video: 5:54 minutes (Gloria at 2:45 to 3:18)

02.15.19 USA Today - "R. Kelly scandal: Gloria Allred says teen depicted on reported sex tape may be her client." Attorney Allred commented that "The details that CNN reported about what is on the tape" - newly discovered and turned over to prosecutors in Chicago by another attorney, then leaked to CNN - is of great concern to her because the 14-year-old alleged victim on the tape may be one of her clients. Ms. Allred is concerned that this tape has been viewed by the press and by other persons who are not law enforcement.

02.05.19 NBC NEWS - "Walmart's practice of locking up black beauty products at some stores raises complaints." A store on Long Island, NY became the latest Walmart location to be accused of racial discrimination. Virginia and California Walmart locations have had similar complaints. Essie Grundy, a California woman represented by Attorney Gloria Allred, sued Walmart in January 2018, accusing the retailer of racial discrimination because of this policy of locking up hair and body products meant just for African-Americans.

02.05.19 VICE.COM - "The Canadian YouTuber Headed for the World's Largest Trans Beauty Pageant." Julie Vu is a transgender woman who has been inspired by the story of Jenna Talackova, a transgender woman who teamed up with Attorney Gloria Allred to successfully allow Jenna to compete in the Miss Universe Canada pageant seven years ago.

01.19.19 3rd Annual Women's March Los Angeles: Truth to Power - Gloria Allred with others participating in the March, and also standing alongside the famous work of art, "Fearless Girl". Photo 1 / Photo 2

01.16.19 Sunrise on 7 Live - Australian TV - Attorney Gloria Allred is interviewed by hosts Samantha Armytage and David Koch as the show looks at the disturbing allegations against rapper R. Kelly in the new documentary "Surviving R. Kelly".

01.15.19 Attorney Gloria Allred joins KABC Radio 790's Morning Drive with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips to discuss the latest developments on R. Kelly.

01.15.19 CBS News This Morning - R. Kelly accuser says he threatened her and her family after she spoke out. Faith Rodgers and her attorney, Gloria Allred, spoke to NY police on Monday and unveiled a threatening letter allegedly written by Kelly.

01.14.19 Associated Press - AP reports R. Kelly accuser says he threatened to reveal her sex life. R. Kelly wrote a letter threatening to reveal embarrassing details of Faith Rodgers' sexual history if she didn't drop a lawsuit accusing him of sexual abuse, she and her attorney, Gloria Allred, said Monday.

01.11.19 Gloria Allred joins Elex Michaelson on Fox 11 "The Issue Is:" to discuss CA Governor Gavin Newsom and Trump at the Border

01.08.19 Santa Barbara Independent - "An Interview with Our Lady of Perpetual Outrage: Lawyer Gloria Allred Talks 'War on Women' and 'Age of Empowerment'" - Gloria to deliver keynote address at the Lobero Theatre on January 17th on behalf of Standing Together to End Sexual Assault.

01.07.19 Gloria Allred joins ET Live to discuss "R. Kelly in the Eyes of the Law" following the documentary "Surviving R. Kelly" which aired on Lifetime this past weekend.

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Fight Back and Win | Gloria Allred

Author of 'Fight Back and Win'

In Gloria Allred's 2006 book about her 30-year fight against injustice — and how you can win your own battles — she shares empowering life lessons learned during her career fighting on the front lines for victims' rights.

Founder of a Pre-eminent National Law Firm

Gloria Allred is a founding partner of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg, one of the pre-eminent employment law firms in the country. Her firm has won national prominence through many precedent-setting cases over the course of more than 40 years.

The firm handles cases involving employment law, discrimination, sexual harassment, and victims' rights, including representing victims of rape and sexual assault. The firm is also well-known for successfully handling high-profile cases.

With the other attorneys of her firm, Gloria has been involved in some of the most defining cases of our day, involving Donald Trump, O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, and Robert Blake, as well as one of the earliest sexual abuse suits against the Catholic Church. At the same time, she has played a role in many groundbreaking legal decisions that have forever changed our lives for the better.

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