Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyer Hasn’t Been Laid in Years

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Harvey Weinstein’s defense lawyer Donna Rotunno was interviewed by the New York Times’ Megan Twohey and, yikes, was it enlightening.

At the end of the interview, Rotunno was asked if she’d ever been sexually assaulted. She replied, no, and followed it up with “because I would never put myself in that position.”

Like everyone else, Twohey had to make sure she was hearing things correctly and hadn’t time traveled back to the 50’s. “So you’re saying that you have never been sexually assaulted because you would never put yourself in the position of being sexually assaulted?”

Rotunno doubled down, “No, I’ve always made choices from college-age on where I never drank too much, I never went home with someone I didn’t know, I just never put myself in any vulnerable circumstance. Ever.”

Rotunno sounds like an absolute joy to be around. Her cats must thrilled.

She also added, “If I was a man in today’s world, before I was engaging in sexual behavior with any woman, today, I would ask them to sign a consent form.”

Asked if she was serious, Rotunno replied, “I am being dead serious.”

You know what gets Rotunno wet? Two forms of ID and a thorough background check. Add a notarized consent form and you’d practically be drowning.

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