Harvey Weinstein
Film producer Harvey Weinstein poses during a photocall as he arrives to attend the De Grisogono Party on the sidelines of the 70th Cannes Film Festival, at the Cap-Eden-Roc hotel in Antibes, near Cannes, southeastern France, on May 23, 2017. Getty Images/ AFP/YANN COATSALIOU

Weeks after Harvey Weinstein was reported to have sexually harassed and assaulted many women over the years, several more have come forward with their own claims of harassment against the disgraced Hollywood mogul.

As the full scope of Weinstein’s misconduct is slowly coming to light, victims have come together to bring out a list of those who have allegedly been “sexually assaulted/raped/molested” by the producer.

Italian actress and one of those who had accused Weinstein of assault, Asia Argento, first posted the list on her Twitter handle on Oct.28 and has since been updated to include more victims’ names. It consists of a number of women who had already spoken out in articles by The New York Times and The New Yorker’s during the coverage of the scandal, like Rose McGowan, Zelda Perkins, Lucia Evans and Laura O’Connor.

The names of others who have come forth following the initial reports — including Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale, Minka Kelly, Angie Everhart and Daryl Hannah, Cara Delevingne, Juliana de Paula, Trish Goff, Lupita Nyong’o, Lauren Sivan—were also a part of the list. As of Monday, the list had a total of 93 names and most also gave details about when and how the producer allegedly sexually assaulted/raped/molested them. There were also accounts of some who were not named.

The first allegation on the list dated back to at least 1980, when actress Paula Wachowiak said Weinstein harassed her during her internship on his first film. Wachowiak stated that Weinstein exposed himself to her in a hotel room while filming the horror movie “The Burning.” The latest version of the list included 14 allegations of rape against Weinstein.

Argento told the New Yorker magazine that she was sexually assaulted her in a hotel room 20 years ago when she was 21. Since then, she consistently supported those who were also victims of Weinstein’s unwanted advances and tweeted in encouragement.

She also said she was forced to move out of her native Italy to Germany after speaking out about the assault as she faced criticism by some sections of the Italian media for not coming forward sooner.

Even as Weinstein was barred for life by the Producers Guild of America on Monday, Hollywood is being riddled by several other big names being accused of sexual assault. Most recently, actor Kevin Spacey was accused by Anthony Rapp of making a sexual advance at him when the latter was 14. In response to the allegations, Spacey tweeted that he was "beyond horrified to hear [Rapp's] story” and apologized to the actor.

In light of the Weinstein scandal, allegations against other names in the industry opened up to fresh scrutiny including those against fashion photographer Terry Richardson, journalist, author, and television host Bill O ’ Reilly and singer-songwriter R Kelly.