The Harvey Weinstein saga continues to twist and turn as now the perverted movie mogul is reportedly en route to a $40,000 a month rehabilitation facility.
Clearly not a well man, Weinstein has gone from defiance — having been seen giving a resounding f*** you to the world via a double middle finger salute just outside his Los Angeles attorney’s office — to yelling in distraught incoherent outbursts at his daughter’s house causing her to report him to authorities as being suicidal.
According to the UK Daily Mail:
[A]t least 30 women in the film industry accused him of rape, groping and sexual harassment, he added: ‘You know, we all make mistakes…second chance I hope.’
Weinsten boarded a private jet owned by a Palm Springs architect just before 6pm on Wednesday night at Van Nuys Airport in California.
That flight was set to land at Wickenburg Municipal Airport in Arizona, but 30 minutes into the flight at 6:09pm, the route was diverted for reasons that are not clear as there was no severe weather.
The plane went to Scottsdale instead, where Weinstein is believed to have gotten off and headed to The Meadows, the rehab facility which will be his indefinite home now at a cost of $40,000-a-month.”
“Mistakes?” Interesting that Weinstein would be asking for a second chance because in a separate report by the Daily Mail we’ve learned that he may be about to get his first chance at defending himself in a court of law.
[Warning: graphic details follow]:
“Harvey Weinstein could be heading to prison.
The New York Police Department said on Thursday that the embattled movie mogul is the subject of a newly opened investigation following an incident in 2004 when he allegedly forced a college student to perform oral sex on him at his Manhattan office.
Lucia Evans (nee Stoller) told The New Yorker that the summer before her senior year, Weinstein met her at a club and asked her to come in for a meeting at his office. Soon after she arrived, she claims that Weinstein took off his pants and shoved her face into his crotch, overpowering her until she acquiesced to his demands.
The department said it was too early to know what charged Weinstein might face, but both rape and assault would seem in line with his actions should detetcives uncover enough evidence. NYPD also did not have a timeline yet for how long it might take to gather all the necessary evidence.
‘The NYPD is conducting a review to determine if there are any additional complaints relating to the Harvey Weinstein matter,’ a spokesperson said in a statement to DailyMail.com.
There is no statute of limitations on rape, criminal sexual act or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree in the state of New York.
In the last case prepared by the NYPD in 2015 following a groping incident that Weinstein admitted to on tape, the district attorney’s office did not pursue a case.
Evans was a college student preparing for her senior year at Middlebury in 2004 when she met Weinstein at Cipriani in New York City. She wanted to be an actress and gave the executive her phone number, eventually agreeing to come in and read for a female casting director at Weinstein’s offices in Tribeca.
When she arrived however she was taken to meet Weinstein in a room with empty takeout boxes and exercise equipment. The two spoke for a bit and then, according to Evans, Weinstein pulled out his penis and forced her to perform oral sex on him inside the office.
‘I said, over and over, “I don’t want to do this, stop, don’t,”‘ said Evans. ‘I tried to get away, but maybe I didn’t try hard enough. I didn’t want to kick him or fight him.’ His size proved to be too much for Evans however, who found herself completely helpless.
‘I just sort of gave up. That’s the most horrible part of it, and that’s why he’s been able to do this for so long to so many women: people give up, and then they feel like it’s their fault,’ said Evans.
Weinstein later acted as if nothing had happened she said, and began calling her at night to meet said Evans, who turned down the executive.
The repercussions from the incident last to this day however, with Evans saying she still has nightmares about Weinstein. ‘I had an eating problem for years. I was disgusted with myself. It’s funny, all these unrelated things I did to hurt myself because of this one thing,’ said Evans.
‘I ruined several really good relationships because of this. My schoolwork definitely suffered, and my roommates told me to go to a therapist because they thought I was going to kill myself.’ “
The Daily Mail article then goes on to describe other instances of unwanted advances and sexual intimidation by Weinstein including one in which his would-be victim secretly recorded his advances and turned the recording over to the NYPD:
“In the audio, obtained by the New Yorker, Weinstein apologizes but then tries to coax her into his hotel room. Battilana says ‘no’ multiple times before Weinstein finally gives up and they return downstairs.
The most damning exchange is the one when Weinstein admits to groping the model. ‘Oh, please, I’m sorry, just come on in. I’m used to that. Come on. Please,’ Weinstein can be heard saying on the tape. ‘You’re used to that?’ responded Battilana. ‘Yes. I won’t do it again,’ said Harvey.
The recording led many to question District Attorney Cyrus Vance, who just a few months after deciding to drop charges got a $10,000 check for his campaign from Weinstein’s lawyer David Boies.”
Weinstein is way more than just a creep, he’s the very embodiment of the “rape culture” that the liberal left stakes out as its moral high ground in the “war on women” narrative. A man who routinely overpowered (both physically and figuratively) young women to satisfy his perverted sexual desires.
Will Hillary Clinton (who took in hundreds of thousands dollars of his campaign contributions and regularly cheesed it up for paparazzi cameras with him), Gloria Steinhem or any of the rest of the usual suspects ever say a word about this cretin in their midst? Or if he’s convicted, will they just wait for visiting day to go tell him how very sorry they are?
[NOTE: This article was written by Derrick Wilburn, Founder and Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, and a speaker, author, columnist and analyst for multiple print and broadcast media outlets. Follow him on Facebook and at Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives online.]