Another Hollywood Kike Gets Rushed: James Toback Accused of LEG-HUMPING by HUNDREDS of Women

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 24, 2017

Literally fedora.

When I saw James Toback’s picture, I said to myself: there is something similar between this guy, Weinstein and Woody Allen.

So I checked his Wikipedia.

Toback was born in New York City. His mother, Selma Judith (née Levy), was a president of the League of Women Voters and a moderator of political debates on NBC. His father, Irwin Lionel Toback, was a stockbroker and former vice president of Dreyfus & Company. He is Jewish.

And sure enough: he’s from New York as well.

On Sunday, the LA Times published a piece featuring 38 people accusing the director of various sexual indiscrepancies, much of it involving leg-humping.

LA Times:

He prowled the streets of Manhattan looking for attractive young women, usually in their early 20s, sometimes college students, on occasion a high schooler. He approached them in Central Park, standing in line at a bank or drug store or at a copy center while they worked on their resumes.

His opening line had a few variations. One went: “My name’s James Toback. I’m a movie director. Have you ever seen ‘Black and White’ or ‘Two Girls and a Guy’?”

Probably not. So he’d start to drop names. He had an Oscar nomination for writing the Warren Beatty movie “Bugsy.” He directed Robert Downey Jr., in three movies. The actor, Toback claimed, was a close friend; he had “invented him.” If you didn’t believe him, he would pull out a business card or an article that had been written about him to prove he had some juice in Hollywood. That he could make you a star.

But first, he’d need to get to know you. Intimately. Trust him, he’d say. It’s all part of his process.

Then, in a hotel room, a movie trailer, a public park, meetings framed as interviews or auditions quickly turned sexual, according to 38 women who, in separate interviews told the Los Angeles Times of similar encounters they had with Toback.

During these meetings, many of the women said, Toback boasted of sexual conquests with the famous and then asked humiliating personal questions. How often do you masturbate? How much pubic hair do you have? He’d tell them, they said, that he couldn’t properly function unless he “jerked off” several times a day. And then he’d dry-hump them or masturbate in front of them, ejaculating into his pants or onto their bodies and then walk away. Meeting over.

The women’s accounts portray James Toback as a man who, for decades, sexually harassed women he hired, women looking for work and women he just saw on the street. The vast majority of these women — 31 of the 38 interviewed — spoke on the record. The Times also interviewed people that the women informed of the incidents when they occurred.

As is often the case, none of them contacted the police at the time. When contacted by The Times, Toback denied the allegations, saying that he had never met any of these women or, if he did, it “was for five minutes and have no recollection.” He also repeatedly claimed that for the last 22 years, it had been “biologically impossible” for him to engage in the behavior described by the women in this story, saying he had diabetes and a heart condition that required medication. Toback declined to offer further details.

“The way he presented it, it was like, ‘This is how things are done,’” actress Adrienne LaValley said of a 2008 hotel room encounter that ended with Toback trying to rub his crotch against her leg. When she recoiled, he stood up and ejaculated in his pants. “I felt like a prostitute, an utter disappointment to myself, my parents, my friends. And I deserved not to tell anyone.

“He told me he’d love nothing more than to masturbate while looking into my eyes,” said Louise Post, who met Toback in 1987 while attending Barnard College. Post, now a guitarist and vocalist for the indie rock band Veruca Salt, added: “Going to his apartment has been the source of shame for the past 30 years, that I allowed myself to be so gullible.”

“It’s a common thread among many women I know … after someone mentions they were sexually abused by a creepy writer-director, the response is, ‘Oh, no. You got Toback-ed,’” said Karen Sklaire, a New York drama teacher, actor and playwright who said a 1997 meeting with Toback in an office ended with him grinding against her leg. “The numbers are staggering.”

In his trailer on the set of “Black and White,” Toback knelt in front of actress Echo Danon and, she says, put his hands on her thighs, telling her, “If you look into my eyes and pinch my nipples, I’m going to come in my pants right now.” She resisted. She felt helpless. Eventually he backed down.

“Everyone wants to work, so they put up with it,” Danon said. “That’s why I put up with it. Because I was hoping to get another job.”

Toback approached Sari Kamin at a Kinko’s in Manhattan’s Upper West Side in 2003. He pulled out a DVD copy of “Two Girls and a Guy” and told her he’d like to cast her in his next movie. He said he felt an instant connection to her.

After several dinners over the course of a few months, Kamin says, Toback convinced her to accompany him to a hotel room, telling her that he needed to experience a “real connection” with her. Alarms went off, she says. She knew she wouldn’t sleep with him, but she felt like if she could make it through the evening, maybe she’d finally land a part.

Once in the suite, Kamin says, Toback asked her to take off her clothes. She protested. Toback berated her, saying that if she couldn’t reveal herself to him in the hotel room, how would she be able to act in a provocative sex scene in front of a movie crew? She gave in, removed her clothes.

After commenting on her body, he knelt down before her and began to vigorously rub his groin against her.

“I felt really paralyzed,” Kamin recalled. “And I asked him, ‘Are you trying to get yourself off?’ And he said, ‘Absolutely.’” She jumped out of her chair, grabbed her clothes and ran.

Terri Conn was 23 and acting on the soap opera “As the World Turns” when, she says, Toback approached her on the street. She was intrigued by his credentials and dreamed of being in an edgy independent film. Toback asked her to meet him in Central Park to discuss his process. He took her to a somewhat secluded area — there were people yards away — and told her the best way to get to know someone is to see their soul. And the way you can see someone’s soul is to look into their eyes when they’re experiencing orgasm. And he knelt before her and began humping her leg, telling Conn to look into his eyes.

“I was shocked and frozen and didn’t know what to do,” Conn said. “I thought if I resisted, it could get worse. He could overpower me.

He quickly ejaculated into his khakis, got up and asked her to meet for dinner later to continue the process. Conn ignored his subsequent phone calls and never saw him again.

Chantal Cousineau was 19 and living in Toronto when, she says, she was asked to meet Toback for an audition for “Harvard Man” in 2001. The encounter began in a hotel restaurant and ended in his hotel room, with Cousineau prepared to walk away after Toback kept talking about masturbation. When she reached the door, he told her, “Calm down, you’ve got the part,” as though the whole thing had been a test.

Cousineau didn’t believe him, but her modeling agent called shortly afterward to confirm the casting. During a rehearsal for a monologue in which her character — a drug dealer — looks directly into the camera, she heard Toback, 10 feet away, on the other side of a half wall where the set’s portable monitors were located, grunting, his hands rubbing, loud and rapid, against his windbreaker pants as he masturbated. After issuing a pronounced grunt, she said, Toback told the crew to break for 15 minutes.

When he returned to the set, Toback excused the camera man and sat two feet from Cousineau’s face as she delivered her monologue, the first time she had ever been on film.

“I felt so violated,” she said. “And there was my abuser, inches away from me.”

Several of the women The Times interviewed quit acting after their encounters with Toback. Some returned to school. Some got married and buried their incident, never telling their husbands because of a sense of shame.

Several women said he told them intimidating stories, some of which verged on the ridiculous, like when he informed flight attendant Ashly McQueen in 1998 that he killed someone at the racetrack with a pencil.

This woman asked to remain anonymous; she still feared for her safety 23 years after Toback humped her leg in his office until he ejaculated in his pants. Others interviewed for this story requested anonymity as well, fearing retaliation. One woman recounted the time when she met Toback at his New York home and he wouldn’t let her leave until she grabbed his nipples and looked into his eyes while he masturbated.

Another well-known actress had a similar experience in 2000 at a Los Angeles hotel during what she thought was to be an audition. As with so many other women, Toback told her he felt a connection with her but that she needed to display the sexual confidence the role required. She needed to remove her clothes. “I am really uncomfortable,” she replied.“That’s the whole point of this exercise,” she says Toback told her.

The young woman, then a rising Hollywood star, wondered why she was so uncomfortable, why she couldn’t just be naked in front of someone. So she took off her sweater, but started to cry.

Toback brought up all the famous people he had worked with, boasting about how he had made their careers and telling her he could do the same for her — if she trusted him. She thought maybe he was right. But she still wanted to leave. She pulled on her sweater. He blocked the hotel room door. He told her he needed to ejaculate and she had to help him.

All she needed to do was pinch his nipples and look into his eyes and he would press himself against her and come in his pants. She felt she had no choice. And while it was happening, she tried to look away, but he grabbed her head and made her stare into his eyes.

Wew.

That’s a lot of LEG-HUMPING.

LITERAL LEG-HUMPING.

I have never even heard of this. In my life. As a thing people do.

Dogs do it, for sure.

Not one of these women is saying she had sex with him. It’s all leg-humping and “pinch my nipples while I masturbate.”

You know who also never had sex in any of his sex scandals?

Anthony Weiner.

It was all “watch me masturbate.”

And that guy is also from New York.

Since the Sunday story was published, the LA Times has received hundreds more reports from women claiming to have been leg-humped or jerked at.

LA Times:

Los Angeles Times published an investigation Sunday in which 38 women accused the writer-director of sexual harassment.

Within two days those numbers swelled as more than 200 additional women contacted The Times and, in emails and phone calls, recalled encounters with Toback similar to those detailed in the story. The majority of the new accounts, which have not been verified, told of Toback approaching women on the streets of Manhattan, offering them the chance at a part in an upcoming movie, and a wide range of unwanted sexual advances and behavior.

“Today Show” anchor Natalie Morales, wrote on Twitter: “… add one more. Exact same playbook by James Toback when I encountered him near Central Park.”

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn says he’s known for decades about Toback’s leg-humpery.

James Gunn is not Jewish and Guardians is sort of shitlordy.

He should go full-Mel.

This Hebraic Humiliation Business

Harvey Weinstein’s alleged acts were also focused more on humiliation than normal sexuality, also often featuring masturbation.

One girl said she fell asleep and woke up to Harvey jacking-off at her face.

The Jewish website Tablet published an article about the Jewish nature of sexual humiliation fantasies: they get off on doing this to the goyim, as revenge.

There are kikes trying to compare this Jewish stuff to Donald Trump.

But Trump is like showing up like, “yo, I’m rich, I’m doing shit, making calls, making money, I’m on the TV” and women are just throwing themselves at him.

What these Jews are doing isn’t “womanizing,” it is just weird pervert crap.

Another One Goes Down

As I wrote when the Weinstein scandal broke, I think these Jews are trying to control who goes down.

They are trying to keep it off of stuff with kids.

These women are out of control, and I don’t know if this is manageable, but I suspect Toback was a specific choice. I can imagine a lot of kikes didn’t like this kike.

Top Comments

  1. Hammer says:

    What’s up with these kikes and their obsession with whacking off instead of having normal sex? These are a sick, sick, extremely degenerate cabal of freaks. They’re not even men, they’re like 14-year old little heeb-ettes whacking off to National Geographic. And THIS is who rules over us??? This kikery needs to end, pronto! (As my little friend the Frito Bandito would say – or was that Speedy Gonzales… or Little Black Sambo?)

  2. Vanir says:

    I was waiting for this for so long. On one hand everybody is screeching Weinstein, Weinstein. On the other hand everybody is talking how “common” it is in Hollywood. If it’s so common, who are the others, besides Weinstein? Some actors were talking about pedophiles in Hollywood, passing children around and nobody in MSM or public, literally nobody acted on that! Where was FBI? Where was police? When can we see real action where all those perverts will be picked up one by one?

  3. it’s all coz of Trumps “grab da pussy” case :joy:

  4. Every time this happens women see an opportunity for some attention and they go nuts. WAAA THIS GUY SAID I WAS ATTRACTIVE IN 2003 I’M A VICTIM

  5. NYC and US entertainment industry reek of rancid kike semen, more toxic than rat piss.

  6. Chantal Cousineau:

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    This one rejected the overtures for the most part and still got the part, so he must have really liked this one alot. While she’s not that spectacular looking in my opinion she at least showed some restraint. It’s almost as if these kikes are shit-testing our women looking for weaknesses. The fact that the kike at least stood behind a partition while it fapped instead of dry humping her leg out in the open, I guess in their minds that would be showing “respect”. As far as kikes and their twisted minds go I bet 9 out of 10 (in their own private circles anyways) would empathise with his conondrum. “A Jew should be able to do whatever he wants to a Shiksa gentile and not feel ashamed about it!!!”, they’d screech. But wait, of course he then had to stick his ugly schnozz in her face during the filming and force her to smell his putrid gefilte rotting cream cheese breath while smirking and causing the poor girl permanent emotional scars. Because you know, he was deprived of his main course meal so he was determined he was at least gonna get his dessert one way or the other. Jews …

  7. Stormy says:

    I hate that old tapes play in my head at times like this.

  8. annjee says:

    Lol! The dancing happy dude summarizes these “encounters” perfectly.

  9. (((David O. Russell)))

    O for Ovenable

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