Paz de la Huerta Could Be The One Who Finally Sends Harvey Weinstein To The Clink

November 3, 2017 / Posted by:

Harvey Weinstein may have sent Kevin Spacey a Build-A-PedoBear as a thank you for temporarily taking the spotlight off of him as Hollywood’s current reigning deviant mount of ass pus, but that doesn’t mean the stories about him allegedly terrorizing women have slowed done. The latest came last night from actress and current Red Lipstick Don (she took the title from Xtina) Paz de la Huerta. Paz claims that Harvey raped her twice, and she’s working with the NYPD who is investigating him. And since her case falls within the statute of limitations, Pervey Weinstein could finally be hit with charges.

Paz tells Vanity Fair that she first met Harvey when she was 14 years old on the set of Cider House Rules. They had kept in contact throughout the years and he sent her projects he thought might be good for. It was all pretty “normal” until November 2010 when Paz says it quickly slid into illegal territory. Paz says she ran into Harvey at the bar at the top of the Standard hotel in NYC, and they hung out. He offered her a ride home to her apartment in Tribeca, and when he walked her to her door, he demanded she let him inside to have a drink. Paz says he forcibly kissed her and when she brushed him away, he pushed her onto the bed and raped her. He left right afterward and told her he’d call her.

Paz says it wasn’t consensual and she was in shock. She claims it happened again a month later in late-December when she found Harvey in her hotel lobby after she was coming back from a photo shoot. Before then, Harvey was calling her all the time, stopping by her apartment and she told him to leave her alone repeatedly. When he showed up to her apartment in December 2010, she says she was in “no state” because she had been drinking and was terrified of him. They argued in the lobby and he shushed her and told her they should talk about it in her apartment. Once they got inside, she says he raped her again and she said no.

“I laid there feeling sick. He looked at me and said, ‘I’ll put you in a play.’ He left and I never heard from him again. He knew he had done a bad thing.”

Nicholas DiGaudio, the lead NYPD detective in the Weinstein case tells Vanity Fair that he interviewed Paz as well as many other accusers. Paz’s lawyer Aaron Fuller has also given New York District Attorney Maxine B. Rosenthal some “material.” Detective DiGaudio believes that because Harvey allegedly attacked Paz after June 2006 (which puts it within New York’s statute of limitations), they can put the greasy blobfish in handcuffs. I don’t know what Detective DiGuadio looks like, but I’m going to go ahead and picture him as looking like Detective Stabler from Law & Order: SVU. I bet he can work the hell out of a sleeveless rapist-busting business shirt.

“I believe based on my interviews with Paz that from the N.Y.P.D. standpoint we have enough to make an arrest.”

Aaron Fuller was also on Megyn Kelly Today (real talk title: That Shit Is Still On?) and he said that if Harvey steps one foot back in NYC, he’ll be arrested. Or will he?

Harvey is still hiding out in Arizona, and he fooled everyone at a restaurant in Phoenix by wearing a masterful disguise of a shitty wig, a baseball cap and lazy makeup.

So I have bad news for the NYPD, if Harvey arrives back in NYC in that disguise, the coppers won’t recognize him and he’ll evade them…. until he blows his cover by molesting a magazine rack in Hudson News.


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