Women explain Harvey Weinstein intimately assaulted them: report


NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New Yorker reported on Tuesday that 13 women have claimed that film writer Harvey Weinstein intimately tormented or assaulted them, including 3 who told a repository they had been raped.

Weinstein’s mouthpiece Sallie Hofmeister was quoted in a essay saying, “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unquestionably denied by Mr. Weinstein.”

Weinstein and a women for whom hit information was accessible did not respond to Reuters requests for comment. Reuters was incompetent to exclusively endorse any of a claims.

“Mr. Weinstein apparently can’t pronounce to unknown allegations, though with honour to any women who have done allegations on a record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relations were consensual,” Hofmeister was quoted as saying.

Weinstein’s mother of 10 years, Marchesa tag conform engineer Georgina Chapman, pronounced late on Tuesday that she was withdrawal him, according to a news in People magazine.

“My heart breaks for all a women who have suffered extensive pain since of these unforgivable actions. we have selected to leave my husband,” Chapman was quoted as saying.

Her member did not respond to a ask for comment.

The New York City Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney’s bureau pronounced in apart statements on Tuesday that Weinstein was investigated in 2015 over an claim that he intimately abused one of a women, who was named in a article. The district attorney’s bureau pronounced there was deficient justification to assign him.

Separately, a New York Times reported on Tuesday that singer Gwyneth Paltrow pronounced she was intimately tormented by Weinstein some-more than 20 years ago and that Angelina Jolie pronounced she “had a bad knowledge with Harvey Weinstein in my girl and as a outcome chose never to work with him again.”

Jolie and Paltrow did not respond to requests for comment.

The New Yorker reported that Italian singer Ambra Battilana Gutierrez went to military in 2015 claiming that Weinstein had intimately assaulted her.

She was asked by military to arrange another assembly with Weinstein during that she would wear a recording device, a New Yorker reported.

Manhattan Chief Assistant District Attorney Karen Friedman- Agnifilo pronounced on Tuesday, referring to a wire, “While a recording is offensive to listen to, what emerged from a audio was deficient to infer a crime underneath New York law.”

Actress Gutierrez could not be reached for comment.

The New York Times published an essay final week in that it was purported that Weinstein had intimately tormented several women over 30 years. After a matter in that Weinstein apologized for his behavior, his profession Charles J. Harder pronounced a newspaper’s story was insulting since it relied on “mostly scuttle-butt accounts and a inadequate report.”

Weinstein, one of a many absolute group in Hollywood who constructed and distributed cinema like “Shakespeare in Love” and “Chicago,” was dismissed over a weekend from his pursuit as co-chairman of The Weinstein Company.

The Democratic National Committee and several Democratic politicians who perceived domestic contributions from Weinstein pronounced they would reroute a income to women’s rights groups.

On Tuesday, former Democratic presidential claimant Hillary Clinton pronounced she was “shocked and appalled” during a reports about Weinstein. She did not discuss any grant though pronounced “the function described … can't be tolerated.”

Reporting by Jill Serjeant and Karen Freifeld; Editing by Toni Reinhold


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