I don’t see why anybody would think to themselves: “If this incredibly rich and widely beloved celebrity with tons of money and connections can get away with this horrible crime, then I with my middle class job can totally do so as well.”
One could make the argument that people without power are also likely to commit sexual assault, since the main reason people do so is to feel like they have power over another person. We hear about powerful people doing it more often because the media loves to focus on them.
It’s funny how the injustice of sexual assault angers you, but not the injustice of someone being arrested and thrown in prison (where there’s a good chance they will be sexually assaulted, beaten, murdered, or some combination of the three) for a horrible crime they never committed. Which one is worse, I wonder? Real sexual assault may happen more often, but that doesn’t mean other less common but equally-if-not-more horrific things should be dismissed.
You do realize that someone could easily flip that logic around and use it to say that we should ignore crimes against (insert ethnic group here) because crimes against another group are far more common?