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Report: Harvey Weinstein’s Contract ‘Allowed’ for Sexual Harassment

Although the board for The Weinstein Company (TWC) has been claiming all week that no one knew anything about co-chairman Harvey Weinstein’s appalling behavior towards women (some of which he admits to, some of which he denies), that stand is going to be harder to hold now that TMZ is reporting that sexual harassment was “allowed” in Weinstein’s employment contract with TWC:

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 21: Harvey Weinstein attends Allison Pataki Book Lunch For 'The Traitor's Wife' Hosted By Harvey Weinstein At The Modern at The Modern on March 21, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Donald Bowers/Getty Images for The Weinstein Company)

Disney, Weinstein Company Could Face Harassment Lawsuits as Scandal Widens

Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg, who ran the Walt Disney Company during the Harvey Weinstein years (1993-2005), have both denied any knowledge of Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct during those years. This would include any sexual harassment settlements made during that time. The Weinstein Company also denies any knowledge. These denials could be tested in a court of law should those alleging harassment and abuse choose to press the issue of corporate liability.

Disney characters Mickey and Mini mouse pose in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle to mark the 25th anniversary of Disneyland - originally Euro Disney Resort - on March 16, 2017 in Marne-La-Vallee, east of the French capital Paris. The 25th anniversary celebrations will begin on March 26, 2017 with …

The Weinstein Company Launches Independent Investigation Into Harvey Weinstein as Board Members Quit after Sexual Harassment Claims

Harvey Weinstein will take an indefinite leave of absence from the production company he co-founded, The Weinstein Company, as the firm announced Friday it would launch an independent investigation into his conduct following a bombshell New York Times report that detailed decades of sexual harassment claims against the Hollywood super-producer.


Quentin Tarantino Doubles Down: ‘What I Said Was the Truth’

Embattled director Quentin Tarantino has finally spoken out after his participation in an anti-police rally last month led law enforcement associations nationwide to call for a boycott of his upcoming film. Instead of an apology, Tarantino insists that what he said at the rally was “the truth.”