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TV journalist Toure is the latest African American man being hit with MeToo accusations of sexual harassment.

Toure is best known for his 2006 interview with R Kelly - where he accused the R&B singer of inappropriate contact with minors.

Now it's Toure's turn to answer questions, based on allegations against him.

It all started yesterday, when Toure announced that he teamed up with Jamilah Lemieux to do a podcast with Mouse Jones discussing the R.Kelly controversy. 

The accuser - a woman named Dani - called out Toure for his hypocrisy. “Dani” is a makeup artist in the industry and says she used to work with him. 

According to Dani, in 2017 Toure made graphic s*xual comments towards her - as she did his makeup. Dani claims that she felt harassed, and told Human Resources about Toure's alleged behavior - and he was fired.

Toure's IMDB page says that in 2017 he worked on the TV show - O.J. Simpson Chasing Freedom.

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And Dani claims that Toure may be bis*xual. She says that he allegedly s*xually assaulted the gay male makeup artist that replaced her also:


Touré is the author of several books, including The Portable Promised Land (2003), Soul City (2005), Who's Afraid of Post-Blackness? What It Means To Be Black Now (2011) and I Would Die 4 U: Why Prince Became an Icon (2013). He is also a frequent contributor at The Daily Beast.