Harvey Weinstein Attacked By Man At A Restaurant

Harvey Weinstein Attacked By Man At A Restaurant

A drunk bystander attacked Harvey Weinstein when he was at a restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the 9th of January, Tuesday.

TMZ has released video (which arrives with a language warning) of the supposed attack on Harvey Weinstein as he was leaving a restaurant at the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Video of the incident shows Weinstein's dinner companion try to stop footage from being shot while the man yells expletives, People magazine noted.

He then reportedly went up to Weinstein and threw two punches, forcing him backwards and nearly off his feet.

Later in the evening, when Weinstein was preparing to leave the restaurant, one of the men - named Steve - confronted him, while the other man filmed.

After being slapped, Weinstein declined to call the police. When Steve asked him for a photo, Weinstein reportedly rudely turned down the request and shrugged him off.

Steve, who admitted to the gossip site that he'd had "quite a bit to drink", marched up to Weinstein and slapped him twice.

The manager of the restaurant said to TMZ that Weinstein shook hands with the man and he then went to his table. Yes, in case you've forgotten, over 60 women have accused him of extreme sexual assault.

A man told TMZ that he approached Weinstein, who was seated at an adjacent table, and asked to take a picture with him. The resort itself discharged an announcement, "Our visitors' protection is central at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa".

Weinstein is now under investigation by Los Angeles, London, and New York City police for sexual assault allegations.

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