He better hope he goes to jail.
Oscar-winning actress and U.N. Goodwill Ambassador Mira Sorvino spoke out against the mega producer, who she alleges made unwanted sexual advances and then held her career hostage after she denied those advances.
Her father, Paul Sorvino, told TMZ that he had no clue any of this had happened to his daughter until she did an interview with The New Yorker in 2017. "If he doesn't, Harvey, I've got some news for you".
In Mira Sorvino's disclosure to the New Yorker last October, the actress accused Harvey Weinstein of making her uncomfortable at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 1995, massaging her shoulders and "chasing" her around.
A few weeks later he managed to bypass her doorman and make it up to her apartment about midnight, at which point she told him her boyfriend was on the way after calling a male friend to rush over.
Harvey Weinstein reportedly derailed Mira Sorvino’s career
"I recall Miramax telling us they were a nightmare to work with and we should avoid them at all costs".
What were your thoughts when you heard about Harvey Weinstein derailing your daughter's career by actively trying to blacklist her from Hollywood? "However, as Mr. Jackson will probably remember, because Disney would not finance the 'Lord of the Rings, ' Miramax lost the project and all casting was done by New Line", the statement reads.
"Just seeing this after I awoke, I burst out crying". There it is, confirmation that Harvey Weinstein derailed my career, something I suspected but was unsure.
A few days later Mira wrote: "I am blown away by all the immensely loving support you have all been giving me".
"He's going to go to jail".
"He started massaging my shoulders, which made me very uncomfortable, and then tried to get more physical, sort of chasing me around", she said in the story.
The older Sorvino is also confident that Weinstein will not only be brought to justice but also claimed that the movie producer would rot in jail. "I'll just slap him around, I won't do anything bad".
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