Warnings about Weinstein went unheeded by Team Hillary


But two prominent women said they warned Mrs. Clinton's team.

Dunham also said she mentioned her concerns to Clinton spokeswoman Adrienne Elrod, but noticed that Weinstein was still helping the Clinton campaign by helping to plan a fundraiser in the final weeks before the election, TheNYT reported.

While Dunham told the Times that she remains loyal to Hillary Clinton, she also said she was troubled by the producer's visible presence during Clinton's 2016 presidential run, which ran on a pro-woman, feminist platform.

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The powerful businessmen who sat on The Weinstein Company board including billionaire Paul Tudor Jones, Hillary Clinton pal Marc Lasry and MSG boss Jim Dolan are being implicated in the movie mogul's sex scandal in a bombshell new court filing.

The lawsuit claims that a coalition of companies and people became part of the growing "Weinstein Sexual Enterprise" and that they worked with Weinstein to hide his widespread sexual harassment and assaults. The campaign never responded to her warning. He also was an early backer of her presidential bids.

"Ms. Rehal said she had to keep a supply of the shots at her desk, dispense them to him in brown paper bags and sometimes deliver the medication to hotels and elsewhere before his meetings with women", reported the worldwide daily. She had heard stories, both directly and secondhand from other actresses, about disturbing encounters with him, she said.

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In a new New York Times exposé, the 31-year-old actress revealed that she spoke to several campaign directors about Harvey, who often donated money to and hosted fundraisers for Hillary.

We were shocked when we learned what he'd done.

Soon after, Clnton and Weinstein began planning a TV documentary about her campaign, the Times said.

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"I think it's a really bad idea for him to host fund-raisers and be involved because it's an open secret in Hollywood that he has a problem with sexual assault". At least 75 women have come forward in the media to detail accounts of assault, harassment and inappropriate conduct by Weinstein. Discussions about the project continued for months, with Clinton's lawyer exchanging emails with Weinstein about potential European buyers as recently as September 28. Two instances of alleged misconduct by Weinstein occurred at the Toronto International Film Festival this past September even while he knew that reporters were digging into his decades of actions. The New Yorker followed with another explosive story a few days later.