Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
IT | By Lester Massey

Sen. Feinstein says she'll look into returning Harvey Weinstein donations

Sen. Feinstein says she'll look into returning Harvey Weinstein donations

Though Bloom gave no reason for her resignation, and did not defend her decision to support Weinstein before that, their relationship extends at least to April, when the Weinstein Company optioned Bloom's book Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin for use as source material for an upcoming docuseries.

Bloom made the announcement Saturday morning, saying she has learned Weinstein and his board are moving toward an agreement.

President Trump waded into Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment scandal Saturday, saying he's "not at all surprised" by the allegations.

A NY television reporter has come forward with a new allegation against Harvey Weinstein, telling the Huffington Post that the embattled producer once cornered her in a restaurant hallway and masturbated in front of her until he ejaculated.

From there, Rock's note seemed to take a more political turn. "He's said that.I think he has changed in the year I've known him".

Democrats have come under attack for their connections to Weinstein, and the Los Angeles Times reported Friday that several senators are giving away money donated to them by Weinstein as they seek to distance themselves from the scandal.


This week, The New York Times alleged that producer Weinstein had sexually harassed female employees over a almost thirty year period, and that he had reached private settlements with eight of them. "As Harvey has said, it is important for him to get professional help for the problems he has acknowledged,"remaining members Bob Weinstein, Tarak Ben Ammar, Lance Maerov and Richard Koenigsberg said in a statement".

Amongst these allegations was one from actress Ashley Judd, who accuses Weinstein of asking her if he could massage her or if she would watch him shower - something the Miramax co-founder denies.

Trump's comments came two days after the New York Times published a bombshell exposé of sexual abuse allegations against Weinstein (pictured).

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Rumors about Weinstein's behavior have swirled around Hollywood for years, but it wasn't until an investigation by The New York Times was released this week where it was revealed that he has allegedly been paying off sexual harassment accusers for decades.

Malia Obama was an intern in the NY office of The Weinstein Company before she began attending Harvard University.

The New York Times has stated that it stands behind its story.

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