Harvey Weinstein’s house of tacky naked lady playing cards continues to tumble as his wife, designer and Project Runway judge Georgina Chapman, announced she’s out. According to People, somebody finally sent her the denouncement template everybody seems to be using and released a statement.
Georgina said in a statement:
“My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions. I have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.”
Georgina and Harvey have been married since 2007 and have two kids, ages 4 and 7, together. Previously, Harvey stated that his wife was “100 percent” behind him and that she was helping him to be “a better human.” Harvey must be bad at math or something. He needs to flip that digit because sounds like Georgina is about 001% behind him now.
According to People, Harvey was living in a hotel but TMZ is reporting that he’s about to get on a private jet headed for some kind of sex rehab in an undisclosed European location.
We’re told Harvey has decided to take the advice of the people around him and leave immediately. We’re told he will enter a live-in facility and will deal both with sex and other behavioral issues
Sounds sort of vague. Is he leaving the country to escape possible upcoming charges? My guess is he’s going for a stay at Club Polanski where he and Roman can sit around, sip champagne and lament at how unfair life has treated them.
TMZ also says that Harvey still can’t seem to get it into his head that he’s poison and his career is in the shit can. Like he said in his sad little email, Harvey still thinks he can get a little therapy and then come back with, as one source says, “fresh, new ideas”. Here’s an idea for you, Harvey! It’s a movie about a man (played by the Jabba The Hutt puppet) who spends his life abusing women, gets caught and then goes to prison. In prison he gets “heavy therapy” but he chokes on a prison cheeseburger and blacks out before he can learn his lesson. Twist: It’s a comedy!