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Megyn Kelly Rips Into Mayim Bialik & Donna Karan In New Op-Ed About Sexual Harassment — Insists 'Victim Blaming Must Stop'

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Shots fired!!

Megyn Kelly is weighing in on the sexual harassment issue as she's recently penned an op-ed on the topic for Time magazine. In addition to detailing her experiences with the former President of Fox News Roger Ailes, the Megyn Kelly Today star also took shots at Mayim Bialik and Donna Karan for their opinions amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Related: Weinstein Accused Of Violently Attacking Cannes Chauffeur

Specifically, Miz Kelly insisted that "the victim blaming must stop." On Mayim and Donna's recent controversy, Megyn wrote:

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One Direction May Be Reuniting - And That's A Terrible Idea! Plus…

One Direction may be reuniting soon - and that's an awful idea!

Is Colin Kaepernick's career in the NFL done for good??

Ed Sheeran hit by a car! Hurt!

Taylor Swift is cooking up something good!

Even more awfulness on the Harvey Weinstein front.

And Donald Trump may be coming down - finally!

Watch! Enjoy! SHARE!!

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Carrie Fisher Found Out Her Friend Was Sexually Assaulted By An 'Oscar Winning Producer' — What She Did Next Was The Stuff Of Hollywood LEGEND!

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Yet another story of sexual assault in Hollywood — but also another story of Carrie Fisher being the coolest person ever!

Fisher's longtime friend Heather Ross went on Tucson's 94.9 Morning Mix radio show Monday to tell her story of being sexually assaulted by "an Oscar-winning producer" (whom she did not name — see, Lindsay Lohan, people are still afraid to come forward without others speaking out).

Related: Alyssa Milano's #MeToo Campaign Inspires Thousands To Open Up About Sexual Misconduct

Attn: Mayim Bialik — she says she was dressed very conservatively in slacks and had "felt safe thinking, 'I'm overweight, I'm not attractive to these people, I'm not looking to become an actress.'" But she was assaulted all the same.

Attn: Donna Karan — Ross also says she "stayed quiet for years" because she was worried people would say she "was asking for it" by simply agreeing to meet the man for dinner.

One person Ross did tell was her longtime friend, Carrie Fisher. And if there's anything we know about Princess Leia, it's that she was afraid of no one and nothing.

What Carrie did next was inspiring. Ross says:

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John Oliver Slams The Oscars And Those Who Defended Harvey Weinstein! Watch!

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John Oliver is not about to let Harvey Weinstein off the hook — or more accurately, he's not going to let those who let Harvey off the hook off the hook.

In a savage Last Week Tonight segment, the host goes after those defending the producer, including the best Donna Karan snap we've ever heard!

Related: Club Owner Confirms Harvey Weinstein Potted Plant Story

But the biggest dig is at the Oscars. Oliver points out the Academy has just voted to kick out Harvey, but still has convicted rapist Roman Polanski, accused rapist Bill Cosby, and violence against women threatener Mel Gibson among its members…

See all the HIGHlarious hypocrisy burns (below)!

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Donna Karan Apologizes A Second Time For Controversial Comments Defending Harvey Weinstein

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Donna Karan is still backtracking.

Donna Karan continues to backtrack her initial comments about Harvey Weinstein.

As we previously reported, the fashion designer seemingly defended the controversial producer amid the allegations of sexual harassment and assault, pondering:

"Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?"

One day later she clarified her words, which she claimed were "taken out of context," and now, the 69-year-old is apologizing further.

Related: Jamie Lee Curtis Slams Donna & Harvey!

A source gave her newest statement to The Hollywood Reporter, which reads:

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Jamie Lee Curtis SLAMS Donna Karan & 'Brutish Thug' Harvey Weinstein While Talking About Being Sexually Harassed At Work

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Jamie Lee Curtis isn't here for the 'asking for it' argument!

Hollywood is speaking up amid Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and assault scandal!

With more and more celebs sharing their own horrifying experiences with the controversial producer, it's opening up a very overdue discussion in the industry.

And Jamie Lee Curtis is doing so by slamming the argument that women are "asking for it," one Donna Karan recently given voice once again in defense of the movie mogul.

Related: Kate Beckinsale Accuses Harvey Of Hitting On Her When She Was 17

The designer has since apologized, but the actress isn't here for it!

In an op-ed piece published on Huffington Post, the star explained her disappointment with Donna — all without naming her name:

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Donna Karan Apologizes After Defending Harvey Weinstein Amid Sexual Harassment Scandal!

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Donna Karan speaks out again!

Donna Karan is taking back her comments defending Harvey Weinstein.

As we previously reported, the fashion designer blamed his alleged sexual harassment victims by stating they may have been "asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality"!

Related: Democrats Are Regifting Their Harvey Weinstein Donations

On Monday, Donna clarified her statement about the movie mogul, saying it was "taken out of context." The DKNY founder shared:

"Last night, I was honored at the Cinemoi Fashion Film Awards in Hollywood and while answering a question on the red carpet I made a statement that unfortunately is not representative of how I feel or what I believe. I have spent my life championing women. My life has been dedicated to dressing and addressing the needs of women, empowering them and promoting equal rights. My statements were taken out of context and do not represent how I feel about the current situation concerning Harvey Weinstein. I believe that sexual harassment is NOT acceptable and this is an issue that MUST be addressed once and for all regardless of the individual. I am truly sorry to anyone that I offended and everyone that has ever been a victim."

The 69-year-old received a lot of backlash for defending Harvey, and for going so far as to victim blame.

Do U think she's made it right with this apology??

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