Dustin Hoffman running out of excuses as 8 women accuse him of sexual misconduct

Legendary Hollywood actor Dustin Hoffman has been fighting sexual misconduct allegations for over a month now, but his tirades have come to naught as six new women are now accusing him of various things.

The first accuser, writer Anna Graham Hunter, came forward in early November, saying Hoffman sexually harassed her when she was 17 and a film intern. He brushed it off saying that such behavior is “not reflective of who I am.”

The next accuser, Wendy Riss Gatsiounis, came forward shortly after, and Hoffman once again fended off the accusation saying he had the “utmost respect for women.”

Just last week, Dustin Hoffman appeared with HBO host John Oliver in an impassioned interview where he said his role as a man masquerading as a woman in the 1983 movie “Tootsie” was his way of acknowledging the challenges that women face in a sexist society.

Now, however, another six women have come forward with various accusations of a sexual nature against Hoffman.

Hoffman’s lines about his respect for women and his understanding of their challenges are now wearing extremely thin.

It remains to be seen what the 80-year-old thespian says about the latest allegations.

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