Here's a primer on what I'm referring to.
It's definitely a thorny topic in general, as it is with Polanski, Allen, Mel Gibson, Louis C.K., Mark Wahlberg, and on and on. I'm sure I display that double standard myself with some things I support with my money or otherwise, but my typical view is to at least keep a conversation going around it. Hollywood and the film industry do have a significant problem of turning a blind eye toward abusers, racists, misogynists, and more - much like many other industries. Keeping a public conversation going about that problem and the higher-profile incidents is a start toward weeding out that problem, or at least greatly diminishing it.