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“Hey, why is [name] missing?”

  Creep Sheet Team
  December 22, 2017 at 6:31 pm

There are a few names that have come up a several times as “missing” that have actually purposely been left off Creep Sheet. Typically it is because the nature of the allegations against them is either unknown or the allegations have not been covered by credible publications and remain in the realm of rumor.  Their absence does not mean that Creep Sheet does not “believe” the accusations, simply that we cannot reliably determine the nature of them.

Here’s a selection of the more common ones:

Garrison Keillor

Minnesota Public Radio cut ties to Keillor and stopped airing reruns of Prairie Home Companion after receiving an allegation of “inappropriate behavior” against him. Keillor said that he merely patted a coworker on the back and, unfortunately, that’s the only account of the incident that has been made public.  Until more details emerge, we don’t think it’s appropriate to include a profile of Keillor.

Ryan Lizza

In December 2017, The New Yorker fired Ryan Lizza for “improper sexual conduct.”  Lizza claimed that this was a respectful, consensual relationship. His accuser (through their attorney) responded that the relationship was “in no way” respectful but otherwise did not clarify the nature of the allegations. Until more is known about the allegations, Lizza will not be profiled on the site.

Sean Penn

There are rumors that while Penn was married to Madonna in the late-1980s, she complained to the police that he beat her.  Madonna has long denied that, going so far as to sign an affidavit denying that these allegations were ever made in 2015. Further, even if these allegations were made, they were not necessarily sexual in natural, and Creep Sheet is confined to sexual violations.

Johnny Depp

Depp was accused by his ex-wife of physical abuse, but never alleged that it had a sexual element.  Non-sexual physical abuse is horrible, of course, but it is outside the scope of this website.