Harvey Weinstein sues Weinstein Co

Harvey Weinstein sues Weinstein Co

Harvey Weinstein sues Weinstein Co

He seems impatient to get another piece out ASAP, ' the insider told Page Six.

It is possible Farrow's new investigation will focus on a wider culture of silence protecting the disgraced producer, as questions are raised about whether his alleged harassment was known about by other staff at The Weinstein Company, the business he co-founded in 2005.

An insider claimed that Farrow's upcoming piece might focus on the cult-like atmosphere of Weinstein's former company, which he was sacked from amid sexual harassment and abuse claims earlier this month.

Representatives for Weinstein and The Weinstein Co did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The producer filed the lawsuit on October 26 in a response to a decision made by the remaining board members of The Weinstein Company to fire him for what they called a violation of the organization's code of conduct.

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The Los Angeles Times has fielded literally hundreds of stories about sexual harassment involving director James Toback.

Also attending the event was attorney Gloria Allred, who is representing some of Weinstein's accusers.

USA media reported on Monday that New York's state attorney general has opened a sweeping investigation into potential gender discrimination and civil rights violations at The Weinstein Company.

Investigations are now underway of Weinstein's sex crimes in Los Angeles, New York, and London.

Last week, The Weinstein Co, known for Oscar-winning films such as The King's Speech (2010) and The Artist (2011), gave Colony Capital a limited period to exclusively pursue the purchase of some or all of the studio's assets.

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