Weinstein was reportedly dining at an establishment called Elements when he was approached by a fellow diner named Steve who asked for a photograph. Speaking to the outlet, Steve claimed Weinstein was belligerent and "said no" to his photo request. In the video, Steve can be seen landing two backhanded slaps on Weinstein's face, as his sobriety coach attempts to stop Joe from recording. Weinstein's rep told THR that TMZ's version of the incident "is accurate". The manager said the two shook hands and Weinstein went back to stuffing his fat, disgusting face. "Therefore, we are unable to provide a comment", said a statement from the resort. Footage of the assault was posted by tabloid-news site TMZ.
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According to the Desert Sun , Indio, where Coachella is held, has not adopted any marijuana-friendly legislation. Marijuana users got some good news to start off the year, when it became fully legal for recreational use.
Harvey Weinstein, pictured on January 8, 2017, reportedly declined to call the police after he was struck. According to Cole, if Weinstein were to file a complaint, the police would investigate the case as a misdemeanor assault. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.
TMZ previously reported spotting Weinstein in disguise late previous year at a central Phoenix restaurant.
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Sophie Carter, one of daughter Princess Charlotte's godmothers and Middleton's close friend, was expected to be in attendance. While Philip, 96, opted to walk, Queen Elizabeth arrived to the traditional church service by auto with a female companion.
With that being said, there are probably more than a few people out there who have read the allegations against Weinstein and wanted to slap him, and today, one man did just that.
Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct is the subject of active criminal investigations in several cities, including New York, Los Angeles, and London.
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Seasoned users can also benefit from it as it lets them fine-tune their experience by allowing them to explore more commands. Samsung televisions sold in the United States will have Bixby to respond to spoken requests or control other home devices.