Director James Toback is not indicted for sexual misconduct

James Toback does not yet before the courts to answer for alleged sexual misconduct.

The public prosecutor of Los Angeles came to the conclusion that the goods are subject to a limitation, reports TMZ.

Dozens of women accused Toback at the beginning of October of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Detectives were investigating five complaints against the 73-year-old director, but the majority of cases have appeared time-barred.

There is one thing that may pose problems for Toback, but the victim in that case refuses to cooperate. If the woman does conceive, then it is the public prosecutor prepared the study to reopen.


In October last year published The Los Angeles Times an article in which 38 women, their story did about Toback. Within a few weeks reported almost two hundred women with similar stories about the director. Among them were also famous actresses such as Selma Blair, and Rachel McAdams.

Toback directed, among other movies, Black and White and Two Girls and a Guy. He won an Oscar for his script of the Warren Beatty film Bugsy.

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Director James Toback by 38 women accused of sexual harassment

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