Harvey Weinstein Admits Offering Movie Roles For Sex; Denies Being A Rapist

Harvey Weinstein sex movie role

Disgraced movie producer  Harvey Weinstein has finally admit to some of the sexual harassment allegations put forward by his alleged victims.

In an interview published today, the disgraced movie producer said he offered acting jobs in exchange for sex just like every other producers.

He however said he has never in his life forced himself on women.

Here is what he told The Spectator columnist Taki Theodoracopulos .

“Yes, I did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex. But so did and still does everyone.”

“I was born poor, ugly, Jewish and had to fight all my life to get somewhere. You got lots of girls, no girl looked at me until I made it big in Hollywood.”

His lawyer, Ben Brafman who admitted that Weinstein granted the interview to Taki however said what was reported about the producer was not accurate.

On the 5th of June 2018, Weinstein entered a not guilty plea at a New York Courthouse when he was arraigned on rape and criminal sex act charges.

Although dozens of women have accused him of sexual harassment, the 66-year-old movie mogul had denied all the allegations.

He has been granted $1 million bail.

2 thoughts on “Harvey Weinstein Admits Offering Movie Roles For Sex; Denies Being A Rapist

  1. you have low self image. Why are you saying u are ugly.I pity men like you because they end up committing suicide
    Why don’t u get married and stop messing with women

  2. Harvey Weinstein may be guilty of exchanging sex for movie role but at the same time those women knew what they will be benefiting from featuring in a movie and they agreed with the deal otherwise, if any movie executive offer you a movie role for sex, as a good woman who have some dignities, all you have to do is to turn it down. I believe that guy did it but in an agreement with the accusers.

    Let us be honest among ourselves none of these women were forced at a gun point to do what they did. A man invited you into an Hotel for a business, you never told your husband or go there with your fiancée then after some years you have benefitted from the deal, you decides to file sexual harassment against that person. To me personally it is all about money because in the end, that man’s properties will be sold to settle civil law suit.

    Should this guy be punished, it should be minimal.

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