Harvey Weinstein Expresses 'Regret,' Yet Attorney Prepares Case Against New York Times

Harvey Weinstein Expresses 'Regret,' Yet Attorney Prepares Case Against New York Times

The actress goes on to share that he summoned her to his room, greeted her with a bathroom and asked if she'd like "a massage" or to "watch him shower". Judd said, recalling that she felt "panicky" and "trapped". "That was the culture then", Weinstein said in his statement to the Times.

Charles Harder, a famous defamation attorney representing Harvey Weinstein, told LawNewz in a statement that they plan to sue The New York Times over their recent articles accusing the studio executive of sexual harassment. "I want a second chance in the community but I know I've got work to do to earn it". "That is my commitment".

The "New York Times" reported that Harvey Weinstein had reached 8 undisclosed settlements with women who made allegations of sexual harassment and unwanted physical contact.

Although Weinstein issued the public apology, Weinstein's lawyer contradicted the Times report, insisting it was "saturated with false and defamatory statements" and threatening a lawsuit.

"We said, 'What is it, tell us the allegations, we will respond".

The New York Times is reporting that legendary Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women.

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"Mr. Weinstein and his lawyer have confirmed the essential points of the story", the spokesperson added. "In fact, we published his response in full". "Harvey is going to be admitting some stuff, '" Bloom said. Among Bloom's clients are Blac Chyna and Kathy Griffin.

Bloom said in a statement to the paper that her client "denies numerous accusations as patently false". My journey now will be to learn about myself and conquer my demons'.

The report cites accounts of several women, including former employees and actor Ashley Judd, who said she was called to his hotel suite for what she thought would be a business breakfast.

Judd's representatives did not immediately return requests from Reuters for comment. Its films include Oscar winners such as "The King's Speech" and "The Artist", as well as box office hits such as "Django Unchained" and "Silver Linings Playbook".

Academy Award victor Weinstein and his brother Bob formed independent movie studio Miramax in 1979, selling it in 1993 and setting up The Weinstein Company in 2005.