By Tanvier Peart

In the court of public opinion, accusers are often guilty until proven innocent … unless there’s a deep dive into their past, along with a few character witnesses to prove they’re worthy of remorse. And when they decide to speak up, we legitimize their testimony based on an expiration date that’s suitable for us. The Internet is shaming Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow for speaking out against Harvey Weinstein, a now canned top-level Hollywood executive and producer — who fell from grace amid endless accusations of sexual harassment — because their timing is too little too late.

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