Harvey Weinstein Was Reportedly Attacked At A Restaurant In Arizona

Peter Castro
January 11, 2018

Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein has surfaced in Arizona, US, looking dishevelled and being harassed by diners at a restaurant.

According to TMZ, a man approached Weinstein and asked to take a photo with him after expressing that he enjoyed his movies.

"You're such a piece of s-t for what you did to these women" he said in the video.

The manager of the restaurant said to TMZ that Weinstein shook hands with the man and he then went to his table.

Steve, who had his friend videotape the interaction, said he approached Weinstein again at around 9 p.m., when the former movie producer got up to leave. Steve, who told TMZ that he had "quite a bit to drink", told his friend to pull out his cell phone and record what was about to happen.

In the video, Weinstein can be seen stumbling after being slapped while the man with him attempts to blocked the camera.

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Harvey Weinstein is apparently somewhere in Arizona in rehab for sex addiction (collective sigh on three) and went out for dinner in Scottsdale with his "sober coach".

Weinstein has since been accused of various sexual crimes by a plethora of women.

The person who filmed the incident asked Weinstein if he wanted to call the police. The deal was reportedly finalized late previous year, and they are expected to file court documents this week.

Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lupita N'yongo and Ashley Judd are among the women to accuse Weinstein of making an unwanted sexual advance when they were young actresses. Weinstein has denied all the claims.

Weinstein is now under investigation by New York, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and London authorities.

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