While Harvey Weinstein is spending his winter hibernating in Arizona, his lawyers back home are keeping warm under a thick layer of lawsuits. And there’s a new, extra-thick lawsuit that was recently added to the top of the pile. According to NBC News, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit on Sunday against Harvey Weinstein, accusing him of subjecting his employees to years of “pervasive sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination.”
Despite hiding out in a metaphorical gopher hole (no disrespect to gophers), Harvey Weinstein continues to make the news for gross reasons. The latest is another lawsuit. What are we up to now, one hundred? It should be one hundred. According to this lawsuit, Harvey and his brother Bob Weinstein might have broken a sex trafficking law.
Harvey Weinstein is fresh out of sex addiction rehab, and one of his first orders of business wasn’t to listen to the Universe and check himself back in forever. According to The Hollywood Reporter, his first order of business was to sue his former company for access to his personnel files, emails, and employment records.
Women, men, and potted plants of The Weinstein Company can breathe a sigh of relief. TMZ says that The Weinstein Company held a meeting this morning to discuss what to do about Cain and Abel this morning. Co-founder Harvey Weinstein is officially off the board of directors and out the door. And according to TMZ, his dear brother Bob Weinstein isn’t too far behind.
Remember that scene in the sixth season of Game Of Thrones when Daenerys becomes queen of the Dothraki by burning the whole fucking Khal house down? The Hollywood equivalent is going down right now with Rose McGowan. Continue reading
Sibling rivalry is a bitch. And so is getting exposed after decades of alleged sickening behavior toward women. Page Six has a “former staffer” saying that disgraced film exec Harvey Weinstein’s downfall might have come courtesy of his brother Bob Weinstein. Guess you should have let him hold the Oscar for once, Harv. Continue reading