Harvey Weinstein to take a leave of absence amid sexual harassment claims, threatens lawsuit over report
Harvey Weinstein, the pioneering independent film executive, will take a leave of absence from his eponymous film company after the publication of a news report detailing decades of sexual harassment accusations against him.
The acclaimed film producer has issued an apology after the New York Times broke news of allegations of decades of inappropriate sexual advances
An investigation by The New York Times found allegations stretching back to 1990 about Mr. Weinstein’s treatment of women in Hollywood.
Snippets of “Tulip Fever,” a historical drama starring Alicia Vikander, screened at the glitzy Cannes Film Festival in May 2015. It looked like the ...
Weinstein made unwanted sexual advances on actress Ashley Judd and other women over the last three decades, the Times reported.
But film producer Harvey Weinstein disputes allegations he sexually harassed women.
Harvey Weinstein, the larger-than-life Hollywood executive and Oscar-winner, is taking a leave of absence from his own company after an explosive expose revealing decades of sexual harassment against women, from employees to actress Ashley…
English actress Jessica Hynes detailed an alleged creepy encounter with Harvey Weinstein after he was accused of sexually harassing women.