A lot has happened since news first broke of several sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood film executive Harvey Weinstein. New accusations, updates to legal proceedings, job terminations, and more developments continue to dominate headlines every day, so here鈥檚 a rundown of what has taken place so far.

October 5:

  • The New York Times publishes an investigative story alleging decades of sexual harassment by Weinstein against women in the film industry. The story includes Ashley Judd and another unnamed woman speaking about their experiences, and also says Weinstein previously reached a settlement with Rose McGowan over a separate alleged incident at the Sundance Film Festival.聽McGowan, who did not comment for the article, immediately聽becomes聽one of the leading voices on Twitter about the story.
  • Weinstein responds to the NYT聽storyin a statement apologizing for his alleged actions and saying he鈥檚 鈥渢rying to do better.鈥
  • Weinstein鈥檚 lawyer announces his client鈥檚 plan to sue the NYT, with Weinstein calling the story 鈥reckless reporting.鈥

October 7:

  • Lisa Bloom, a lawyer who was acting as a 鈥渢utor,鈥 per Weinstein,聽on 鈥済ender聽and power dynamics,鈥 announces via Twitter that she has聽resigned as an adviser to Weinstein.

October 8:

  • The Weinstein Company fires Weinstein as CEO.
  • The Wrappublishes a story聽by its founder and former NYT reporter Sharon Waxman, claiming聽a Weinstein-related聽article was in the works for the Times as early as聽2004 but was scrapped under pressure from the mogul.聽Matt Damon and聽Russell Crowe聽are named as people involved in the聽alleged scrapping of the story. In a response, the Times鈥 executive editor says the top editors at the time have no recollection of聽being pressured to kill the story. Additionally, a spokesperson for the paper tells Politico that 鈥渘o one currently at the Times has knowledge of editorial decisions made on that story. But in general the only reason a story or specific information would be held is if it did not meet our standards for publication.鈥

October 9:

October 10:

  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie, two of the most powerful women in Hollywood, come forward with new sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein.
  • The New Yorker聽releases its own investigative story on Weinstein, in which聽13聽women, including聽Italian actor and director聽Asia Argento, allege various instances of sexual assault and harassment against him.聽Sallie Hofmeister, a spokesperson for Weinstein,聽issues a statement saying he 鈥渦nequivocally鈥 denies 鈥渁ny allegations of non-consensual sex,鈥 and that 鈥渢here were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.鈥 The statement also says he 鈥渉as begun counseling, has listened to the community, and is pursuing a better path. Mr. Weinstein is hoping that, if he makes enough progress, he will be given a second chance.鈥
  • Weinstein鈥檚 wife, Georgina Chapman, announces she is leaving her husband. 鈥淢y heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions,鈥 she聽says in a statement. 鈥淚 have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.鈥
  • Rose McGowan continues to be the 鈥voice of the Weinstein resistance,鈥 calling Ben Affleck聽a liar聽on Twitter after he denounces Weinstein鈥檚 alleged behavior.
  • Fashion designer Donna Karan聽faces聽major backlash for defending Weinstein. She later issues a statement saying her remarks were 鈥渢aken out of context鈥 and don鈥檛 represent her true feelings: 鈥淚 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.鈥

October 11:

  • Weinstein responds聽to his wife鈥檚 decision to separate. 鈥淥ver the last week, there has been a lot of pain for my family that I take responsibility for,鈥澛爃e聽says聽in a statement. 鈥淚 sat down with my wife Georgina, who I love more than anything, and we discussed what was best for our family. We discussed the possibility of a separation and I encouraged her to do what was in her heart. In the end, she made the decision to separate. I understand, I love her and I love our children and hopefully, when I am better, I will be in their lives again. I support her decision, I am in counseling and perhaps, when I am better, we can rebuild.鈥
  • Cara Delevingne聽alleges via Instagram that Weinstein not only made advances聽toward her, but told her that if she ever came out she would 鈥渘ever get the role of a straight woman or make it as an actress in Hollywood.鈥
  • Lindsay Lohan defends Weinstein in two聽now-deleted Instagram videos, saying she聽feels very bad for him聽and that his wife should stand by him. Amid backlash, she later聽tries to clarify that she meant Weinstein鈥檚 accusers should speak to the authorities, not to the media.
  • Hillary Clinton announces that she聽will聽donate any campaign contributions she received from Weinstein to charity.
  • Rose McGowan鈥檚 Twitter account聽is suspended. Her followers and fellow celebs demand an explanation on her behalf. Twitter later聽says that聽her account was temporarily locked because of a tweet including a private phone number, which violates their rules.

October 12:

  • Kate Beckinsale joins the list of Weinstein鈥檚 accusers by writing an Instagram post detailing an alleged encounter with the producer when she was just 17.
  • The Associated Press reports that the NYPD is looking into sexual assault allegations against Weinstein. A police spokesperson聽said investigators are reviewing files to look for possible past complaints and the department is encouraging people with information to come forward. Another law enforcement official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity,聽said聽detectives聽also聽plan to contact the women who spoke about their experiences in聽the聽New Yorker聽article.