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# Allegations

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Actor Noel Clarke 'vehemently' denies sexual misconduct allegations following Bafta suspension
The claims were levelled against the actor in The Guardian newspaper.
Boris Johnson acted with ‘honesty and integrity’ amid Jennifer Arcuri claims, Downing Street says
Arcuri has made fresh allegations that she and Johnson had a four-year romantic relationship when he was mayor.
Current aide accuses Governor Cuomo of sexual harassment
Ms McGrath did not accuse the governor of inappropriate touching.
Actor Armie Hammer accused of raping woman in Los Angeles
A spokesperson for the Call Me By Your Name star said he “undermines and refutes” the allegation.
Australians rally for justice for women as alleged rapes shake government
The prime minister refused to address the demonstration in Canberra.
New York governor sex assault allegation reported to police
Mr Cuomo said he never touched anyone inappropriately.
Sixth woman accuses New York governor Andrew Cuomo of harassment
The 63-year-old Democrat has stuck to his guns, ruling out resignation once more.
Ex-US Olympics gymnastics coach dies by suicide after sexual abuse and human trafficking charges
John Geddert had ties to disgraced team doctor Larry Nassar.
Suit filed against anti-smoking group over links to 'Big Tobacco'
Several accusations have been made by the former anti-smoking foundation’s director of social media.
Nursing home complaints during Covid: Concerns over isolation and lack of social distancing
The allegations are contained in documents released to under the Freedom of Information Act.
UK Catholic Church leader says he won't resign over report into child sex abuse allegations
It found Cardinal Nichols “seemingly put the reputation of the church” above his duty to sex assault victims.
Eight gardaí suspended in Munster region over allegations of corruption
A garda spokesman confirmed late last night that the eight garda members were suspended earlier yesterday.
Two arrested over allegations of fraud at Irish broadcaster
Gardaí said that an investigation was ongoing.
US contacts considered kidnapping or poisoning Assange, court told
The WikiLeaks founder was also bugged in the toilet at the Ecuador embassy, his extradition hearing has heard.
Teen (16) threatened 'to cut taxi driver's head off', court told
The boy was convicted of production of a knife as a weapon and threatening to kill or cause serious harm.
McDonald’s to sue former CEO amid claims of past relationships with employees
The fast food chain is alleging that Steve Easterbrook covered up relationships with employees and destroyed evidence.
Fresh calls for Dominic Cummings to resign after new allegations of lockdown travel emerge
Downing Street has said it would “not waste time” replying to the fresh allegations.
Boris Johnson offers top aide his ‘full support’ after 260-mile lockdown trip
Downing Street has issued a statement this morning defending Cummings.
Tyson Fury dons fancy dress for run as allegations surface about 2015 drug case
The boxer posted a picture of him in a Batman costume after a planned half marathon was cancelled.
Johnson asks Cabinet Office to ‘establish the facts’ over Priti Patel allegations
Michael Gove confirmed the action being taken following an urgent question from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Barca deny hiring company to criticise Messi and other players on social media
The Blaugrana have released a statement responding to claims they paid for dozens of accounts to be set up on Facebook and Twitter.
Prince Andrew 'uncooperative' in Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking investigation, says NY prosecutor
Geoffrey Berman says the FBI had contacted Prince Andrew’s lawyers and asked to interview him.
Jeffrey Epstein abused girls as young as 12 on private island until last year, new lawsuit claims
A new legal action against the disgraced financier’s estate has been launched by the US Virgin Islands.
Nursing home complaints: Allegations of abusive staff and unexplained injuries
The allegations are contained in documents released to under the Freedom of Information Act.
Football match abandoned following 'racial abuse'
An FA Cup qualifying game between Haringey Borough and Yeovil Town ended after players walked off the field.
Ex-Real Madrid and Liverpool midfielder Alonso in court for €2m tax fraud
The Spanish legend has vowed to clear his name, however.
Limerick GAA officials to meet amid claims garda 'dropped charges' against some players and officials
A senior GAA source has described the allegations as “shocking”.
Second whistleblower claims to have first-hand knowledge of Trump's phone call to Ukraine
Reports from the USA say that the legal team representing the first whistleblower is also representing this second person.
‘Poor judgment’ caused police failures in Westminster sex abuse claims case, report says
Carl Beech was jailed for fabricating a series of claims of rape, torture and murder by high-profile figures.
Downing Street denies claim that Johnson squeezed thigh of female journalist at private lunch
A senior Tory minister has said he “entirely trusts” what Charlotte Edwardes has to say.
Trump defends Justice Brett Kavanaugh as he faces fresh sexual misconduct allegations
A former Yale classmate of Kavanaugh alleged that the jurist exposed himself at a freshman year party.
Nursing home complaints: Allegations of sexual assault and unexplained injuries
The allegations are contained in documents released to under the Freedom of Information Act.
Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Jeffrey Epstein allegations as video emerges of him at financier's home
Buckingham Palace says any suggestion Andrew would condone exploitation is “abhorrent”.
Pat Carey won't face charges over historical abuse allegations
The former Fianna Fáil minister has strongly denied any wrongdoing.
Brazil police end Neymar rape investigation over lack of evidence
A final ruling on the case will be made by a judge.
Man who accused UK establishment figures of sexual abuse found guilty of perverting course of justice
Carl Beech’s allegations began appearing in the press in 2014.
Judge directs that gardaí be made aware of abuse claims made against father of 11-month-old infant
The young mother made the statement when obtaining a protection order giving herself and the baby court protection.
Michael Jackson fan clubs sue two alleged victims over HBO documentary in France
The legal action in the French city of Orleans targets Wade Robson (36) and James Safechuck (41).
US Border Patrol investigating 'disturbing' Facebook group allegedly filled with racist memes
The group was created in August 2016 and has some 9,500 members, according to ProPublica.
McDonald's workers file dozens of sexual harassment charges in US
Allegations included groping, indecent exposure and propositions for sex.