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Two decades ago, the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein invited Ashley Judd to the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for what the young actress expected to be a business breakfast meeting. Instead, he had her sent up to his room, where he appeared in a bathrobe and asked if he could give her a massage or she could watch him shower, she recalled in an interview.


“How do I get out of the room as fast as possible without alienating Harvey Weinstein?” Ms. Judd said she remembers thinking.

When Mr. Weinstein invited Ms. Judd to breakfast in Beverly Hills, she had been shooting the thriller “Kiss the Girls” all night, but the meeting seemed too important to miss. After arriving at the hotel lobby, she was surprised to learn that they would be talking in his suite; she decided to order cereal, she said, so the food would come quickly and she could leave.

Mr. Weinstein soon issued invitation after invitation, she said. Could he give her a massage? When she refused, he suggested a shoulder rub. She rejected that too, she recalled. He steered her toward a closet, asking her to help pick out his clothing for the day, and then toward the bathroom. Would she watch him take a shower? she remembered him saying.

“I said no, a lot of ways, a lot of times, and he always came back at me with some new ask,” Ms. Judd said. “It was all this bargaining, this coercive bargaining.”

To get out of the room, she said, she quipped that if Mr. Weinstein wanted to touch her, she would first have to win an Oscar in one of his movies. She recalled feeling “panicky, trapped,” she said in the interview. “There’s a lot on the line, the cachet that came with Miramax.”


In 2014, Mr. Weinstein invited Emily Nestor:

who had worked just one day as a temporary employee, to the same hotel and made another offer: If she accepted his sexual advances, he would boost her career, according to accounts she provided to colleagues who sent them to Weinstein Company executives. The following year, once again at the Peninsula, a female assistant said Mr. Weinstein badgered her into giving him a massage while he was naked, leaving her “crying and very distraught,” wrote a colleague, Lauren O’Connor, in a searing memo asserting sexual harassment and other misconduct by their boss.

“There is a toxic environment for women at this company,” Ms. O’Connor said in the letter, addressed to several executives at the company run by Mr. Weinstein.

Mr. Weinstein has reached at least eight settlements with women, according to two company officials speaking on the condition of anonymity. Among the recipients, The Times found, were a young assistant in New York in 1990, an actress in 1997, an assistant in London in 1998, an Italian model in 2015 and Ms. O’Connor shortly after, according to records and those familiar with the agreements.


The allegations piled up even as Mr. Weinstein helped define popular culture. He has collected six best-picture Oscars and turned out a number of touchstones, from the films “Sex, Lies, and Videotape,” “Pulp Fiction” and “Good Will Hunting” to the television show “Project Runway.” In public, he presents himself as a liberal lion, a champion of women and a winner of not just artistic but humanitarian awards.

In 2015, the same year Ms. O’Connor wrote her memo, his company distributed “The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about campus sexual assault. A longtime Democratic donor, he hosted a fund-raiser for Hillary Clinton in his Manhattan home last year. He employed Malia Obama, the oldest daughter of former President Barack Obama, as an intern this year, and recently helped endow a faculty chair at Rutgers University in Gloria Steinem’s name. During the Sundance Film Festival in January, when Park City, Utah, held its version of the nationwide women’s marches, Mr. Weinstein joined the parade.

In speaking out about her hotel episode, Ms. Judd said in a recent interview, “Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it’s simply beyond time to have the conversation publicly.”

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Emily Nestor, a law and business school student, accepted Mr. Weinstein’s breakfast invitation at the Peninsula because she did not want to miss an opportunity, she later told colleagues. After she arrived, he offered to help her career while boasting about a series of famous actresses he claimed to have slept with, according to accounts colleagues compiled after hearing her story and then sent on to company executives.

Ms. Nestor, who declined to comment for this article, refused his bargain, the records noted. “She was disappointed that he met with her and did not seem to be interested in her résumé or skill set.” The young woman chose not to report the episode to human resources personnel, but the allegations came to management’s attention through other employees.

Across the years and continents, accounts of Mr. Weinstein’s conduct share a common narrative: Women reported to a hotel for what they thought were work reasons, only to discover that Mr. Weinstein, who has been married for most of three decades, sometimes seemed to have different interests.

Working for Mr. Weinstein could mean getting him out of bed in the morning and doing “turndown duty” late at night, preparing him for sleep. Like the colleague cited in Ms. O’Connor’s memo, some junior employees required to perform those tasks said they were disturbing.

Most women who told The Times that they experienced misconduct by Mr. Weinstein had never met one another. They range in age from early 20s to late 40s and live in different cities. Some said they did not report the behavior because there were no witnesses and they feared retaliation by Mr. Weinstein. Others said they felt embarrassed. But most confided in co-workers.

The human resources operation was considered weak in New York and worse in London, so some employees banded together in solidarity. “If a female executive was asked to go to a meeting solo, she and a colleague would generally double up” so as not to be alone with Mr. Weinstein, Mr. Gill recalled.

In interviews, some of the former employees who said they had troubling experiences with Mr. Weinstein asked a common question: How could allegations repeating the same pattern — young women, a powerful male producer, even some of the same hotels — have accumulated for almost three decades?

“It wasn’t a secret to the inner circle,” said Kathy DeClesis, Bob Weinstein’s assistant in the early 1990s. She supervised a young woman who left the company abruptly after an encounter with Harvey Weinstein and who later received a settlement, according to several former employees.

Speaking up could have been costly. A job with Mr. Weinstein was a privileged perch at the nexus of money, fame and art, and plenty of his former assistants have risen high in Hollywood.

In the fall of 1998, a 25-year-old London assistant named Zelda Perkins confronted Mr. Weinstein. According to former colleagues, she and several co-workers had been regularly subjected to inappropriate requests or comments in hotel rooms, and she was particularly concerned about the treatment of another woman in the office. She told Mr. Weinstein that he had to stop, according to the former colleagues, and that she would go public or initiate legal action unless he changed his behavior.

Steve Hutensky, one of Miramax’s entertainment lawyers, was dispatched to London to negotiate a settlement with Ms. Perkins and her lawyer.

Ms. Perkins, now a theater producer in London, also declined to comment for this article, saying that she could not discuss her work at Miramax or whether she had entered into any agreements.

Months after the settlement, Mr. Weinstein triumphed at the Oscars, with “Life Is Beautiful” and “Shakespeare in Love” winning 10 awards. A few years later, Mr. Weinstein, who had produced a series of British-themed movies, was made a Commander of the British Empire, an honorary title just short of knighthood.

In 1997, Mr. Weinstein reached a previously undisclosed settlement with Rose McGowan:

then a 23-year-old-actress, after an episode in a hotel room during the Sundance Film Festival. The $100,000 settlement was “not to be construed as an admission” by Mr. Weinstein, but intended to “avoid litigation and buy peace,” according to the legal document, which was reviewed by The Times. Ms. McGowan had just appeared in the slasher film “Scream” and would later star in the television show “Charmed.” She declined to comment.

In March 2015, Mr. Weinstein had invited Ambra Battilana, an Italian model and aspiring actress,



to his TriBeCa office on a Friday evening to discuss her career. Within hours, she called the police. Ms. Battilana told them that Mr. Weinstein had grabbed her breasts after asking if they were real and put his hands up her skirt, the police report says.

The claims were taken up by the New York Police Department’s Special Victims Squad and splashed across the pages of tabloids, along with reports that the woman had worked with investigators to secretly record a confession from Mr. Weinstein. The Manhattan district attorney’s office later declined to bring charges.

But Mr. Weinstein made a payment to Ms. Battilana, according to people familiar with the settlement, speaking on the condition of anonymity about the confidential agreement. Ms. Battilana did not respond to requests for comment.

Then Ms. O’Connor’s memo hit, with page after page of detailed accusations. In describing the experiences of women at the company she had heard about, including her own, she wrote: “The balance of power is me: 0, Harvey Weinstein: 10.”

She was a valued employee — Mr. Weinstein described her as “fantastic,” “a great person,” “a brilliant executive” — so the complaint rattled top executives, including Bob Weinstein. When the board was notified of it by email, Mr. Maerov insisted that an outside lawyer determine whether the allegations were true, he said in an interview.

But the inquiry never happened. Mr. Weinstein had reached a settlement with Ms. O’Connor, she had withdrawn her complaint and there was no longer anything to investigate.
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Sounds a lot like Ted Kennedy.
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Summary: Weinstein is a hypocritical liberal "feminist".
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That may explain some of Judd's bizarre behavior. That gal ain't right.
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That may explain some of Judd's bizarre behavior. That gal ain't right.
She's a nasty woman!
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That's some expensive grab-ass going on right there. That man is obviously being taken advantage of by women who led him on.


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Pshawww, some dude in Hollywood a hypocrite? That just can't be....
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At least Algore pays the chicks to massage him naked and release his chakra.
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Degenerates in the entertainment business and the swamp? No way.
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After Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Late Night Hosts Come up Dry
https://news.grabien.com/story-after...hosts-come-dry

One might think that after one of the biggest names in Hollywood — someone who's made a name for himself working alongside progressive and feminist causes — was shockingly revealed as having covered up decades of sexual abuse, America's late-night hosts would have a field day.

Instead, Jimmy Fallon, Trevor Noah, Conan O'Brien, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert came up ... dry.

The only mention of Harvey Weinstein on all of the late-night shows combined came on "The Daily Show," during a segment on Cam Newton. The "joke," featured above, was literally nothing more than Noah pretending to be Cam Newton and saying to reporters at a press conference, "Look, Harvey Weinstein!"

Contrast this with the treatment these hosts gave Fox News after reports of sexual harassment surfaced. Bill O'Reilly was joyfully raked over the coals show after show.

"Was Bill Cosby too busy" to defend O'Reilly, Seth Meyers mocked.

Jimmy Kimmel, now sometimes referred to in the major media as "America's conscience," asked upon learning that Bill O'Reilly was taking a vacation, a vacation "to hell, maybe?"

Comedy Central's Trevor Noah said Bill O'Reilly was leaving Fox News because he couldn't keep his penis "in his white Christian pants."

And on and on and on.

And after Trump's infamous "Access Hollywood" tape emerged, these same hosts quickly found another bottomless well for mockery. In the first show after the story landed, Trevor Noah spent the better part of his monologue intoning against Trump, dropping the pretense of humor altogether: "Trying to make Trump’s comments sound normal is not something that they’re achieving because, I’m sorry, that is not normal." Seth Meyers likewise spent the first show after the report emerged deriding Trump.
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Speaking up could have been costly. A job with Mr. Weinstein was a privileged perch at the nexus of money, fame and art, and plenty of his former assistants have risen high in Hollywood.
So their virtue had a price tag. real stand up people in Hollywood.

"I could do the right thing...but then I wouldn't be famous."

We need a middle finger smilie.
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Which begs the question: Who is a star because they paid his price?
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As far as the talk show hosts are concerned, anyone with half a brain knows that unless someone truly goes radioactive (e.g. Fatty Arbuckle), Hollywood always protects its own. So if you're expecting Fallon, Kimmel, Colbert or any of these other self-appointed paragons of good taste to say anything negative about Harvey Weinstein, you'd be better off watching paint dry. I also don't see how he has "fallen". All the article (I assume it was the NYT article) talks about is his various indiscretions and how he's taking a "leave of absence". I'm sure he's still more or less doing business as usual and worth quite a bit of money. I seriously doubt much has changed in that regard.
 
I also think it's really interesting that even though his philandering is well known in Hollywood, all of these supposedly "violated" women knowingly and willingly engaged with him to some degree and every one of them withdrew their complaints when enough money was flashed before their faces.

Boo Fuckin' Hoo.
 
Not to make any excuses for Weinstein. He's a disgusting slob and should have both his knees smashed. But these women failed the test of character as well, so it's hard for me to conjure up any sympathy for them.
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The irony in this whole thing is what amuses me. It's not like I actually give a shit about any of those fake assholes.
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As far as the talk show hosts are concerned, anyone with half a brain knows that unless someone truly goes radioactive (e.g. Fatty Arbuckle), Hollywood always protects its own. So if you're expecting Fallon, Kimmel, Colbert or any of these other self-appointed paragons of good taste to say anything negative about Harvey Weinstein, you'd be better off watching paint dry. I also don't see how he has "fallen". All the article (I assume it was the NYT article) talks about is his various indiscretions and how he's taking a "leave of absence". I'm sure he's still more or less doing business as usual and worth quite a bit of money. I seriously doubt much has changed in that regard.
 
I also think it's really interesting that even though his philandering is well known in Hollywood, all of these supposedly "violated" women knowingly and willingly engaged with him to some degree and every one of them withdrew their complaints when enough money was flashed before their faces.

Boo Fuckin' Hoo.
 
Not to make any excuses for Weinstein. He's a disgusting slob and should have both his knees smashed. But these women failed the test of character as well, so it's hard for me to conjure up any sympathy for them.
EXACTAMUNDO.

It's no big secret that trading sex for 'favors' is totally the norm in Hollywood.

Not exactly mainstream, but I knew a gal a number of years ago that worked in Pornography, not an actress (although attractive), she worked behind the scenes/production type stuff.

Anyway, she told me that they had a couple of prospective 'studs' wanting to get into the business. They put all these guys in a room and sat them in a circle and told them to masturbate in front of each other...essentially a circle jerk. Not one of them did it.

Moral of the story is, you can't get it up at an inopportune or in a weird situation, how can you be expected to 'perform' on camera.
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EXACTAMUNDO.

It's no big secret that trading sex for 'favors' is totally the norm in Hollywood.

Not exactly mainstream, but I knew a gal a number of years ago that worked in Pornography, not an actress (although attractive), she worked behind the scenes/production type stuff.

Anyway, she told me that they had a couple of prospective 'studs' wanting to get into the business. They put all these guys in a room and sat them in a circle and told them to masturbate in front of each other...essentially a circle jerk. Not one of them did it.

Moral of the story is, you can't get it up at an inopportune or in a weird situation, how can you be expected to 'perform' on camera.
Mental image I did NOT need!
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As far as the talk show hosts are concerned, anyone with half a brain knows that unless someone truly goes radioactive (e.g. Fatty Arbuckle), Hollywood always protects its own. So if you're expecting Fallon, Kimmel, Colbert or any of these other self-appointed paragons of good taste to say anything negative about Harvey Weinstein, you'd be better off watching paint dry. I also don't see how he has "fallen". All the article (I assume it was the NYT article) talks about is his various indiscretions and how he's taking a "leave of absence". I'm sure he's still more or less doing business as usual and worth quite a bit of money. I seriously doubt much has changed in that regard.
 
I also think it's really interesting that even though his philandering is well known in Hollywood, all of these supposedly "violated" women knowingly and willingly engaged with him to some degree and every one of them withdrew their complaints when enough money was flashed before their faces.

Boo Fuckin' Hoo.
 
Not to make any excuses for Weinstein. He's a disgusting slob and should have both his knees smashed. But these women failed the test of character as well, so it's hard for me to conjure up any sympathy for them.
Quoted because I wanted to see this again.

Also, how can any one of these "Stars" throw stones at those bad Trump people when long ago many traded integrity for money and fame.
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Bunch of horny old men, bunch of women who's careers depend on titillation; what better disguise for all than "feminist"?
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They put all these guys in a room and sat them in a circle and told them to masturbate in front of each other.
What if they HAD done it? Where'd all the pudd go? Were the guys close enough to one another they ended up with the guy across from them's tapioca all over their face? What if the other guy's load landed on your yogurt slinger before you finished?
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Anyway, she told me that they had a couple of prospective 'studs' wanting to get into the business. They put all these guys in a room and sat them in a circle and told them to masturbate in front of each other...
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