Journo Makes Disturbing Claims Harvey Weinstein Masturbated In Front Of Her

Posted October 08, 2017

According to Sivan, Weinstein then undressed and masturbated in front of her, zipped his trousers back and left the place.

So scary for her - and so disgusting and unacceptable for Weinstein. He has since taken an "indefinite" leave of absence from Weinstein Company and issued a weird statement apologizing for his actions while simultaneously preparing to sue the Times for their report. As they left, he leaned in to kiss Sivan.

The only way for Sivan, who was blocked by kitchen equipment, to exit the situation was to push past him and get to the hallway.

Weinstein Books announced in July that it would publish three books by Brzezinski, with the first, a revised edition of her bestseller "Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You're Worth", slated for release in spring 2018 and two more books in the series set for fall 2018. Sivan tweeted the interview on Friday, saying that she was lucky enough to not need a job or favor from Weinstein at the time of the incident. Sivan says Weinstein ejaculated quickly into a potted plant that was in the vestibule and then proceeded to zip up his trousers and they walked back into the kitchen.

The Huffington Post contacted Weinstein's company for comment but has not heard back yet.

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The friend began to go downstairs but was stopped by a security guard who told her she was not allowed. According to the Times, "Ms. Masters had been chasing the Weinstein story for years".

The Times managed break their story apparently thanks to some women who cooperated-like actress Ashley Judd who recounted a harrowing hotel room meeting with him-and access to settlements Weinstein's companies made with women.

Now that the New York Times has officially outed Harvey Weinstein for his allegedly decades long history of sexual misconduct, others are finding it easier to come forward.

Bob Weinstein, the disgruntled co-founder of The Weinstein Company, may have been the mastermind behind an exposé of lurid sex allegations that led to his brother's humiliating downfall, the sources said.

"As Harvey has said, it is important for him to get professional help for the problems he has acknowledged. I'm not defending him in any sexual harassment cases - there aren't any sexual harassment cases". His attorney Lisa Bloom also resigned on Saturday, despite initially defending him after he retained her as an advisor.