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TV Journalist Says Harvey Weinstein Masturbated In Front Of Her

08 October 2017, 12:11 | Bernice Figueroa

TV Journalist Says Harvey Weinstein Masturbated In Front Of Her

The former news reporter said she remained silent due to Weinstein's tremendous clout in the media industry

The latest allegation comes on the heels of a bombshell New York Times report claiming Weinstein has been paying off sexual harassment accusers for decades. A list of detailed questions was emailed to a Weinstein Company publicist. "Sivan says Weinstein ejaculated quickly into a potted plant that was in the vestibule and then proceeded to zip up his trousers, and they walked back into the kitchen". She said she was unable to escape easily because her exit was blocked by his body. He has since taken an "indefinite" leave of absence from Weinstein Company and issued a freakish statement apologizing for his actions while simultaneously preparing to sue the Times for their report.

The Huffington Post contacted Weinstein's company for comment but has not heard back yet.

Bob Weinstein denied the accusation, but now he, along with Weinstein Company COO David Glasser, will be running the company while Harvey Weinstein is on "indefinite leave".

By the time she headed toward the kitchen, Sivan and Weinstein had emerged, the friend said.

Sivan told Huffington Post journalist Yashar Ali that Weinstein trapped her in a restaurant hallway and forced her to watch him masturbate until he ejaculated into a pot plant. As they reached the kitchen area, Weinstein saw a few staffers working in the kitchen. Sivan tweeted the interview on Friday, saying that she was lucky enough to not need a job or favor from Weinstein at the time of the incident.


"Sivan said she was deeply shocked by Weinstein's behavior and was frozen and didn't know what to do or say", reports HuffPo.

She wrote in it: "Based on my years in the industry and unfortunately, my own personal experience with Harvey Weinstein, I can tell you that I believe every single word that was written in the extremely disturbing, but not all that shocking, New York Times piece published yesterday". He tried to kiss Sivan, who rejected him and told him she had a long-term boyfriend. Sivan says Weinstein ejaculated quickly into a potted plant that was in the vestibule and then proceeded to zip up his trousers and they walked back into the kitchen.

Once she got downstairs, she met Sivan and Weinstein who were leaving the kitchen.

But it didn't end there: Weinstein allegedly called Sivan the next day to say he'd had "a great time" and asked if she'd like to meet up with him once he was back from some travel.



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