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Dulis: Moby Cancels Book Tour After Stepping on a #MeToo Land Mine

Electronic music producer Moby has canceled a book tour for his second memoir and promised to “go away for awhile” after running afoul of, well, just about every woman in his target demographic — as actress Natalie Portman said his claim to “date” her at 20 years old was a much more creepy interaction while she was just 18.

(INSET: Natalie Portman) SANTA MONICA, CA - JUNE 15: Erick Morillo and Moby speak onstage during the "What We Started" Film Premiere at the LA Film Festival on June 15, 2017 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for "What We Started")

Nolte: Days After Sale Announcement, Botched Gang-Rape Story Returns to Haunt Rolling Stone

Under the apparent belief that all of the legal problems stemming from a discredited 2014 story about an unproven gang rape at the University of Virginia (UVA) were now over, Jann Wenner, founder and majority-owner of Rolling Stone magazine, put his “Bible of the Counterculture” up for sale. But just days after announcing the sale, the leftwing publication has been hit with yet-another legal setback involving the UVA debacle.

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