He had help. In an industry where many knew about allegations of sexual assault and harassment against Harvey Weinstein, a web of agents, journalists and sometimes unwitting workers continued to assist him, according to new reports. At least eight agents knew about the allegations yet continued to send actresses to his casting couch. Tabloid journalists killed stories. And a National Enquirer editor, himself now accused of sexual misconduct by a dozen employees, allegedly sent reporters to dig up dirt on accusers. Weinstein continues to deny all allegations of non-consensual sex.