Harvey Weinstein May Be Trying To Represent Himself In Court

July 9, 2019 / Posted by:

In “Girl You Are Really Trying It” news, accused serial sexual-assaulter, Harvey Weinstein may have found what he thinks is the key to his freedom from punishment for his decades of abuse: Himself.

Page Six says that Harvey now wants to represent himself in some of his pending legal issues, which is like, really? You think the person to best convey you aren’t a pervert is the guy whose reputation has been shot for being a pervert? Makes sense!

Talk about history repeating itself, a year ago to the DAY, we wrote about Harvey Weinstein doing his own legal work. Well, this slow-burn prophecy has become all the way fulfilled as Harvey is now not just “working on” his own legal case, but is now trying to represent himself in court.

Harvey is of course in deep legal shit for years of alleged sexual sssault. He is going to trial for a slew of sexual assault charges. Most recently, it was reported that Harvey was going to have to pay $44 million to his victims in a settlement which would probably trigger a whole bunch of other settlements, so I guess Harvey is taking a hard look at all his legal troubles and thought, “You know who can solve this? Me!”

Harvey has fired a chunk of his legal team and now is thinking of petitioning the court to either let him be his own lawyer or put him on his own legal team. It seems that Harvey is going broke. The financial cost of being an alleged sexual predator is steep and so Harvey thinks that maybe he can just cut out the middle man and save money. None of Harvey’s previous legal representation commented to Page Six on the rumors.

I hope that this bag of shit does represent himself in court because that will be one hell of a trial to watch. This really makes me wish we got to see the preliminary hearings. Still this is going to be a scene. It would become a movie for sure which would be so meta and also highly inappropriate due to the huge number of female victims who wouldn’t benefit from the creation or production of the film whatsoever. But if Harvey has shown us anything it’s that show-business is total trash.

Pic: Wenn.com

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