HarveyWeinstein

  • In his last published interview Anthony Bourdain went in on Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein

    Anthony Bourdain pulled no punches in his last published interview — imagining Harvey Weinstein‘s death in detail and slamming Bill Clinton as “rapey, gropey and disgusting.” The celebrity chef and globetrotter, who hanged himself in a French hotel in June, sat down with a writer from Popula.com in February for a wide-ranging conversation published Sunday...
  • Reportedly Harvey Weinstein admitted to offering acting jobs in return for sex

    For the first time ever, Harvey Weinstein admitted in an interview that he “offered acting jobs in exchange for sex” — but according to him, “so does everyone.” “Yes, I did offer acting jobs in exchange for sex,” the disgraced movie mogul told The Spectatorin an interview published Friday. “But so...
  • Not guilty plea from Harvey Weinstein on new charges

    Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to fresh charges of sexual assault Monday as prosecutors fought to place him under house arrest as his criminal case plays out. Weinstein, looking pale and wearing a black suit and tie, was cuffed behind his back for his Manhattan Supreme Court appearance...
  • Harvey Weinstein expected in court for charges on another woman

    Harvey Weinstein, who was previously indicted on charges involving two women, was due in court on Monday for arraignment on charges alleging he committed a sex crime against a third woman. An updated indictment unveiled last week alleges the movie mogul-turned-#MeToo villain performed a forcible sex act on a...
  • After new sex crime charges Harvey Weinstein could spend life in prison

    Harvey Weinstein was hit with additional sex crime charges Monday ​tied to a new, third accuser​ that could send him to prison for life. Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance ​Jr. got new indictments against the pervy producer for two counts of predatory sexual assault and one count of criminal sexual...
  • Weinstein Company staff is still working after bankruptcy filing

    The meltdown of former Hollywood powerhouse the Weinstein Company has left its staff in something of a twilight zone, we’re told. Eight months after Harvey Weinstein‘s massive sexual-misconduct scandal broke, plunging his former studio into chaos and bankruptcy — sources say company employees are still getting paid, and some of them are even still showing up...
  • Actor Ron Perlman admits to doing revenge on Harvey Weinstein

    Actor Ron Perlman admitted he once exacted revenge on Harvey Weinstein by peeing all over his hand before offering it to the movie mogul-turned-accused sexual predator. “Did I ever tell ya about when Harvey Weinstein told me to make sure I shook his hand at a charity event, so I stopped...
  • Sandra Bullock said she was afraid of Harvey Weinstein when women started speaking out

    Sandra Bullock never had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein, but she knew of his alleged reputation for mistreating women. “I heard about Harvey and I was afraid of him,” the Oscar winner, 53, told The Sunday Times. “I wasn’t asked to be in that world. I learnt early on to shut things...
  • Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty

    Harvey Weinstein, appearing in court on Tuesday morning in Manhattan, pleaded not guilty to the sexual assault charges lodged against him last month. It was Mr. Weinstein’s first time back in court since his May 25 arrest on charges that he sexually assaulted two women in New York Last week, a...