One of the most famous chocolate companies in the world is seemingly the latest victim in the Harvey Weinstein scandal, filing a US lawsuit against the disgraced mogul’s former company over a cancelled Golden Globes party. Swiss chocolatier Lindt and Sprungli claims in the suit filed this...
That David Mamet play about Harvey Weinstein? Safe to assume there will be cursing, but other than that it’s anybody’s guess. In an interview with the Chicago Tribune to plug his new novel Chicago, the playwright ‘fessed up to penning...Show More Summary
Weinstein is no longer part of the glamorous Hollywood inner circle but his exile is indisputably expensive.
David Mamet has, for some reason, decided to add in his own perspective on the Harvey Weinstein story. In an interview with the Chicago Tribute, the playwright, who recently published a crime novel, revealed that he recently wrote a play about the former studio exec after being encouraged by a ... More »
The ripple effect of Harvey Weinstein’s unmasking as a serial sexual harasser and predator has hit nearly every industry, as numerous groups work to expel sexual harassers whose behavior has been an open secret for too long. Now it appears that charity groups are having their own #TimesUp moment. Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein, in a desperate and ill-advised effort to get the sexual misconduct class action lawsuit against him thrown away, tried a classic Hollywood tactic: Name-dropping. In his latest legal filing, the producer — an alleged sexual predator who scores of women claim harassed, abused, and assaulted them — cites Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence […]
To visitors of this upscale Phoenix suburb, one of the main attractions is the Praying Monk, the natural rock formation in the shadow of Camelback Mountain that resembles a holy man kneeling in contemplative repose. In recent months, however, another man has come to the area in search of his own...
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced its new Code of Conduct. The Television Academy's governance previously voted to expel Harvey Weinstein from the Academy for life. Below is the message from Hayma Washington: Dear...Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein says sorry to actresses Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep after the pair slammed him for twisting their statements about the disgraced producer.
This week, in an attempt to get a sexual misconduct class action lawsuit against him thrown out, disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein filed some court documents in which he tried to undercut the claims of his accusers by quoting positive things that Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep had said about him.… Read more...
Harvey Weinstein regrets that his legal team used statements by Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence — without their permission — to bolster the case for his innocence in the face of numerous sexual-misconduct accusations and a pending class-action lawsuit. Both actresses have said that they were not personally assaulted or ... More »
Well, at least that's something Harvey Weinstein is willing to apologize for. In case you didn't hear, the disgraced movie mogul's latest defense was to point out some A-list stars he didn't sexually assault or harass. Like that proves something. Related: More Than 50 Women Who HAVE Accused Harvey Weinstein As you might imagine, Meryl Streep and Jennifer [...]
The three-time Oscar winner was NOT happy.
Harvey Weinstein is apologizing for using statements made by Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence in his defense in a sexual misconduct class action suit. The producer issued a statement on Wednesday (February 22). “Mr. Weinstein acknowledges the valuable input both Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence have contributed to this conversation and apologizes. Moving forward, Mr. [...]
Jennifer Lawrence does not want Harvey Weinstein’s legal team using her name to help defend him in court.On Wednesday, the disgraced mogul’s lawyers filed a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit being brought by six women accusing him of sexual misconduct, arguing that the claims were “fatally overboard,” and that “as ... More »
After being soundly slammed by both Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence for citing the actors in an attempt to get a sexual misconduct class action suit dismissed earlier this week, Harvey Weinstein is today saying sorry and never again. "Mr. Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein realizes the enormous misstep his civil lawyer made when he filed legal docs suggesting Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence and Gwyneth Paltrow have no problem with him, because he's just schooled the attorney, telling him to back off.…
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The Weinstein Company owes a Swiss chocolatier $133,333 over event sponsorship fees, a new lawsuit alleges.