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        The downfall of Harvey Weinstein ignited the #MeToo movement and paved the way for hundreds of other women and men to make public allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape against powerful and prominent men (and a few women) throughout media and entertainment. Since those heady days in late 2017, #MeToo allegations have most often led to the professional decline and disintegration of those accused, with only a tiny handful — Morgan Freeman, Aziz Ansari, Ryan Seacrest — appearing to emerge with their careers largely intact. As this survey of prominent cases makes clear, however, criminal prosecution and civil litigation of alleged sexual misconduct remains more elusive.