Ben Affleck has had his name dragged into Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse scandal -- resulting to his own history of sexual harassment coming to light -- and his estranged wife, Jennifer Garner, is reportedly far from happy about it.

When news of Weinstein's sexual harassment and assault surfaced, Rose McGowan tagged Affleck and his close pal Matt Damon in her tweets regarding the scandal. The "Argo" star denied having any knowledge of the film producer's sexual harassment history, while Damon allegedly stopped a story about the movie mogul. Unfortunately for the "Justice League" star, stories of him groping women surfaced after his name became entangled with Weinstein's, and Garner is apparently not pleased with it.

"[Garner] is very annoyed because it just means more attention on her and the kids as a result of Ben's actions," a source told E! News. "She tries to shield them from any and all publicity and scrutiny. She's taking her kids to school and to all of their activities. As far as they know nothing has changed and all is well. That is always her goal but she's been pretty frustrated with him."

Just recently, news of Affleck groping Hilarie Burton when they appeared on "Total Request Live" in 2003 surfaced once again. The "Batman" star did not deny his actions when Burton confirmed the incident and issued an apology on Twitter. "I acted inappropriately toward Ms. Burton and I sincerely apologize," he wrote.

Following his apology to Burton, a video of Affleck touching host Anne-Marie Losique during a 2004 interview resurfaced online. Affleck was criticized for his overly affectionate behavior towards Losique, but the latter denied that the actor committed sexual harassment when they filmed the interview. She stressed that she was not a victim and that they just did it for high ratings.

"We always got very high ratings," she told Entertainment Tonight. "Networks would 'milk that,' as we say a lot. It was huge, really, as a fun thing."

"I aired everything that we did in the full interview without editing anything out because I thought it was kind of fun," Losique added. "Every time there were those interviews, everybody would watch and it was a big thing in Quebec. People still talk to me about it in very good terms nowadays. Now, of course with this whole story, I guess it changes the dynamic a little bit, but up to yesterday night, it was still very positive."

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