In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault revelations, Hollywood celebs have been speaking out. Some are fiercely condemning him and others have spoken out to offer him support. One of those voices of support has been director Oliver Stone, who was quoted as telling the media, "It's not easy what he's going through, either."
People reacted like so:
Once people stopped rolling their eyes, women started sharing stories of abuse at the hands of Stone as well:
Actress Patricia Arquette recently spoke up about her experience with Stone, how it could have been much worse, and what she hopes people are learning now that this culture of abuse in Hollywood is coming to light.
Arquette took to Twitter:
Arquette's tweet storm set Twitter ablaze.
Most people offered words of support and gratitude:
Some people couldn't see anything wrong with what happened:
And others were angry with Patricia for sharing her story when it wasn't "real" abuse:
Some of you might be worried that nobody turned Arquette's story into an unrelated political argument. Don't be, silly!
Of course someone brought up all the politics:
Let's not go too far down that rabbit hole, though.
Mari can wrap up this whole thing in just one tweet:
More From Guacamoley
Biles proves once again she's U.S.A. Gymnastics' strongest asset.
Turns out backstage at Ellen was much ado about . . . the mouse.
There's one less excuse not to vote, thanks to ridesharing companies.
Dave Grohl and The Foo Fighters can't believe how talented this 10-year-old is at guitar.