McKeone on Weinstein: Sex, lies and the downfall of a movie mogul
In the wake of the Weinstein sex scandal came the fall of a Tinseltown tyrant
Since the New York Times published its report mapping out a decades-old pattern of predatory behaviour, the legendary producer Harvey Weinstein has been fired by the company he co-founded, abandoned by advisers and shunned by the industry that for three decades lionised him as a maverick, a wayward genius and its ultimate power player.
Weinstein apologised for his “bad behaviour” and claimed his wife Georgina Chapman, the mother of his two youngest children, was 100...
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