A Hollywood director just spilled the beans on their big sex crime secret

Hollywood has a lot of disturbing secrets.

Few in the industry will speak out about the sick things that go on.

That could change after a Hollywood director spilled the beans on their big sex crime secret.

Hollywood has for decades had a massive problem with sex crimes.

But because the big names in the movie industry have so much money and power, they have been able to get away with their crimes.

Even when action was taken to try to put a stop to the disgusting crimes occurring, Hollywood power players found ways around any measures put in place.

When California passed a law designed to protect child actors from the rampant sex abuse in the industry, virtually nobody complied with the regulation, which requires those working with children to obtain a permit from the state, which forces them to pass a background check.

The state’s Labor Secretary, Julie Su, failed to enforce the law, allowing un-screened adults to work in close proximity with children.

For five years, under Su’s watch, not a single publicist who worked with child actors had received a permit, while dozens in other positions failed to comply.

After leaving office in 2018, one would imagine Su would be a pariah, and perhaps face criminal charges for her negligence.

But instead, Joe Biden nominated her for Deputy Secretary of Labor.

This is evidence of just how corrupt Hollywood is.

But there is perhaps no better example of a Hollywood power-player using his influence to avoid being charged with sex crimes than disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

For decades, Weinstein preyed on young women hoping to make it in the movie industry.

For his many crimes, including rape and sexual assault, he is currently spending 23 years in prison, and is being extradited to California to face trial for a number of other rape and sexual assault cases.

It has long been believed that everybody in Hollywood knew about Weinstein’s sick actions.

But nobody has outright admitted it.

That changed when Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino revealed that “everybody” knew about his disgusting behavior during a newly released interview.

“It’s sad. He wasn’t just this guy who financed my movies. He was kind of like a father figure. I mean, he was kind of a f***ed up father figure, but that’s most people’s f***ing fathers,” said Tarantino.

“I wish I had talked to the guy,” Tarantino continued. “I wish I had sat him down and had the uncomfortable conversation.”

“I didn’t know about any rapes or anything like that,” he claimed. “But I knew he was — you know — I chalked it up to the boss chasing the secretary around the desk. As if that’s okay. But I mean, that’s how I kind of looked at it. He was making unwanted advances.”

That’s when Tarantino revealed that everybody in Hollywood knew about Weinstein’s crimes.

“There’s nobody who said they didn’t know that didn’t know,” Tarantino said. “If you were in his orbit — and that includes all the big actors who he palled around with — they all knew.”

“They all knew,” the director reiterated.