Whoa: The Harvey Weinstein Case Is Going International And He Had A ‘Hit List’?

The sexual allegations against the movie mogul, Harvey Weinstein, have really snowballed. It’s a wonder this man was able to dodge these accusations in the past- or is it? Harvey reportedly had a ‘hit list’ of Hollywood people who could have potentially unfoiled his disgusting empire.

It looks like agencies are planning to team together in their investigation because of how wide-spread Havey’s depravity reached. We’re talking international with cities like London and New York joining forces. There is so much going on here, you should really read this.

Video covering the ‘hit list’.


As Reported By Joanna Walters with The Guardian. 

Detectives in several cities investigating Harvey Weinstein for sex crimes are likely to be collaborating as they build evidence and assess whether the film producer can be arrested and charged, experts believe.

Investigators in New York, London, and Los Angeles have opened criminal cases against Weinstein in the last six weeks, as the disgraced producer faces lawsuits on both sides of the Atlantic following a flood of accusations of sexual misconduct.

Los Angeles police department (LAPD) detectives have interviewed witnesses in preparation for presenting a case to the district attorney’s office. The DA will then decide whether to press criminal charges over accusations that Weinstein raped an unnamed actress in a hotel in Beverly Hills in 2013, according to David Ring, a lawyer for the alleged victim.

Beverly Hills police were also investigating “multiple complaints involving Harvey Weinstein”, the LAPD said.

Ring said: “The LAPD is actively investigating [the alleged victim’s] case. It’s my understanding that they are also coordinating their efforts with other jurisdictions, like New York City.”

The New York police department (NYPD) is investigating rape complaints by two accusers who came forward publicly, Paz de la Huerta and Lucia Evans.

Detectives had previously looked into Weinstein’s conduct but the office of the New York DA, Cyrus Vance, controversially decided there was not enough evidence to charge him at the time.

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