The Weinstein Company Knew About Harvey's Settlements With Victims For YEARS!

Posted October 13, 2017

"I said, over and over, 'I don't want to do this, stop, don't...."

With Harvey Weinstein fired amid escalating allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct, the business he helped create is consumed not just with what he is accused of doing, but with what other company leaders knew and how they responded. About a week later she was told by a Weinstein assistant she didn't get the job because she was an actor.

"Since then I felt bad that I did the movie". None had yet been found, but police say they encourage anyone with information on Weinstein to report it. The actress said a few years later, Weinstein asked her if he had "tried anything" with her in that first meeting at the Savoy.

New York City police said Thursday that detectives are taking a fresh look at sexual assault allegations against Weinstein.

"Mr. Weinstein obviously can't speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual", a statement from his representative to The New Yorker said.

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'It's really inspiring to see that in a young woman.' the Avengers star said.

Hachette Book Group, one of the country's top publishers, says that it has "terminated" its deal with Weinstein Books.

One of the most shocking elements of the Harvey Weinstein story that is continuously unfolding this week is that his alleged abuses had been staring everyone in the face for years.

Hachette and the book publishing arm of the Weinstein Company had a co-publishing arrangement that included works by Dick Van Dyke, Larry King and Tim Russert. Maerov said, "Her name came up in 2015, but I don't remember who brought it up".

Police in NY tell the BBC they are looking to speak to an individual regarding an allegation against Weinstein dating from 2004.

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Weinstein spoke in front of media Wednesday as he emerged from a Los Angeles home and got into a vehicle.

She ended her monologue with this: "Listen up, creeps of Hollywood, we know who you are".

Then, addressing Weinstein saying the culture of the '60s and '70s of which he grew up in led to his toxic behavior, Bee exclaimed, "Oh give me a break, white Cosby!"

After the episode, Maerov said, Harvey Weinstein refused to let the board review his personnel file directly.

It appears The Weinstein Company was well aware of Harvey Weinstein's predatory ways as the independent film studio was alerted of a number of sexual harassment-related cash settlements during the disgraced producer's contract negotiations. "Our thoughts go out the victims, to those who have had the courage to testify and to all the others".

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