Humiliated Harvey Weinstein’s been telling what companions he has left that there’s a greater reason he’s entangled in his consistently enlarging inappropriate sexual-assaulting scandal: to “change the world,” sources reveal to Page Six.
“Harvey is confident that he is a hero,” a Hollywood insider announced.
The source includes that the pervy previous Weinstein Co. also, Miramax macher has been telling associates:
“That he was born to accept all negative consequences for his conduct with a specific end goal to ‘change the world.’ He is surrendered to his discipline — as a saint for social change.”
A rep for Weinstein remarked, “That is ludicrous.”
More than 80 ladies have so far blamed Weinstein for sexual-assaulting and rape, even the list continued developing this week.
Italian performing artist/executive Asia Argento, who guaranteed in Ronan Farrow’s dangerous New Yorker piece that she was assaulted by Weinstein, tweeted a rundown of affirmed casualties on Saturday, saying,
“This is the list of all the 82 ladies who were sexually ambushed/assaulted/attacked by #HarveyWeinstein. We, the casualties, have aggregated this rundown.”
However, more blamers appeared on Monday in yet another New York Times piece charging Weinstein’s conduct back to the ’70s.
His rep has over and over said in an announcement that “any claims of nonconsensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”