Harvey Weinstein Shares Photos from Hospital to Prove his not Faking

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In an attempt to prove that he isn’t faking an illness, disgraced film producer, Harvey Weinstein has shared a photo of himself in the hospital.

https://www.lameauvent.fr/10461-dtf59947-rencontre-femme-saint-malo.html Many believe that the 67-year-old, who was last week seen shuffling into a bail hearing using a walking frame, is feigning frailty to gain sympathy ahead of the start of his criminal trial on January 6.

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A spokesman for the former Miramax boss last night said he underwent a three-hour back surgery on earlier in the week.

Scores of women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct.

Harvey Weinstein Allegations
In October 2017, The New York Times and The New Yorker reported that more than a dozen women accused Weinstein of sexually harassing, assaulting, or raping them. Many other women in the film industry subsequently reported similar experiences with Weinstein, who denied “any nonconsensual sex”. As a result of these accusations, Weinstein was fired from his production company, suspended from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, resigned from the Directors Guild of America, left by his wife Georgina Chapman, and denounced by leading figures in politics whom he had supported.[58] The Los Angeles Police Department opened a criminal investigation for alleged rape, and New York and London police are investigating other sexual assault allegations.

Ronan Farrow reported in The New Yorker that Weinstein hired British-Israeli private intelligence firm Black Cube in order to stop the publication of the abuse allegations against him. Using false identities, private investigators from Black Cube tracked and met journalists and actresses, in particular Rose McGowan, who accused Weinstein of rape. Weinstein had Black Cube and other agencies “target, or collect information on, dozens of individuals, and compile psychological profiles that sometimes focused on their personal or sexual histories.”

The allegations precipitated a wave of “national reckoning” against sexual harassment and assault in the United States, known as the Weinstein effect. Compounded by other sexual harassment cases earlier in the year, the Weinstein reports and subsequent #MeToo hashtag campaign, which encouraged individuals to share their suppressed stories of sexual misconduct, created a cavalcade of allegations across multiple industries that brought about the swift ouster of many men in positions of power both in the United States and, as it spread, around the world.
In 2019, a documentary Untouchable was released with interviews from several of his accusers.

Charges and arrest
On May 25, 2018, Weinstein was charged by New York police with “rape, criminal sex act, sex abuse and sexual misconduct for incidents involving two separate women”. On that day, he was arrested after surrendering to police.

Weinstein was later released after $1 million bail was posted on his behalf. He later surrendered his passport and was required to wear an ankle monitor, with travel being restricted to New York and Connecticut. His lawyer Benjamin Brafman said Weinstein would plead not guilty. On August 26, 2019, the trial date was delayed to January 6, 2020.