Harvey Weinstein Had A Hitlist Of Women He Assaulted

If you’re wondering how Harvey Weinstein kept track of all the women he was harassing, fondling, raping and otherwise abused so he knew where to send his army of spies, it turns out he made a list. A list with 91 names on it. He even highlighted the high-priority victims in red.

So who is on this list? Well, the Observer, who acquired the list, redacted all the names we didn’t know already and it’s pretty damning for Weinstein. He’s basically well beyond the point where he can claim he didn’t realize he was doing anything wrong or he thought it was just some good consensual fun between a movie producer and dozens of starlets desperate for him to give them work. If there was any doubt left when he hired a bunch of ex-Mossad agents to tail women.

From The Guardian’s report on the list:

Weinstein, the list confirms, was aware that the New York Times was gathering testimony from his victims long before it first ran the story. A public relations professional is named alongside a note stating that “HW [Harvey Weinstein] in contact w/him. Friends w/Jodi Kantor”. Kantor is the New York Times journalist who broke the story that immediately engulfed the producer and the film production company he co-founded with his brother.

Pretty weird of Harvey to think that he could put the toothpaste back in the tube at that point. His time would have been better spent trying to build a TARDIS to go back in time and not rape anyone in the first place.

Weinstein “unequivocally denies” all claims of non-consensual sex, a spokesman for the producer has said. The spokesman dismissed reports that the producer hired spies to stop claims, saying: “It is a fiction to suggest that any individuals were targeted or suppressed at any time.”

Right, it’s a coincidence that he had a list of women he abused and paid half a million dollars to a private spy agency. He could have done that for any reason. Who hasn’t hired ex-Mossad agents just to do some light housework at one time or another?

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