Another Hollywood executive has resigned following claims of sexual harassment.
This time it's the head of Amazon's TV and film studio, Roy Price.
Let's take a look at what we know.
Who is Roy Price and what are the claims against him?
Price was a top executive at Amazon Studios, the division of Amazon that produces the Emmy-award winning television series Transparent, and distributed the Oscar-award winning film Manchester by the Sea.
In it, Amazon producer Isa Hackett — who worked on the studio's television series Man in the High Castle — claimed Price told her "You will love my dick" as the two shared a taxi in San Diego in 2015.
She claims she told Price she was a lesbian with a wife and children and wasn't interested, but he continued to proposition her.
She also alleges that he yelled "anal sex" in her ear while at a party later that night.
Why is she telling her story now?
Hackett told The Hollywood Reporter that she reported the incident to Amazon executives immediately, and an investigation was carried out.
However, she says she was never told the outcome of that investigation.
She then decided to go public with her claims when the allegations of sexual harassment emerged against Weinstein earlier this month.
"Having power and influence is such a huge responsibility. As somebody with some power, I feel it is imperative for me to speak out," she told The Hollywood Reporter.
What happened after she went public?
Price was put on leave last week, just hours after the report was published, and it was widely expected that he wouldn't return.
When an Amazon spokesman confirmed his resignation this morning, they gave no additional comment.
Amazon has previously said that it takes the concerns of its employees seriously and encourages them to speak up.
Albert Cheng, who had been Amazon's chief operating officer, will be the interim chief.
What's been the reaction?
Hackett released a statement after the news of Price's resignation, saying she was pleased Amazon had taken steps to address the issue.
"An important conversation has begun about the need to create a culture in our industry which values respect and decency and rejects the abuse of power and dehumanising treatment of others," she said.
"This is truly an opportunity to find a better way forward, and ultimately toward a balanced representation of women and minorities in leadership positions."