has been widely celebrated for its article exposing decades of sexual-harassment accusations against Harvey Weinstein, one journalist claims the paper sat on an earlier article detailing the producer’s misconduct.Sharon Waxman, founder of the Wrap, writes that her own investigative reporting, which took her on an international trip to uncover rumors of Weinstein’s sexual misconduct, was cut from the in 2004 under pressure from several Hollywood elites.
And I still don’t know anything about that and Fabrizio.Update: On Monday, the ’ executive editor Dean Baquet replied to Sharon Waxman’s claim that the paper had “gutted” her 2004 report on Harvey Weinstein, denying that the paper would have declined to print a negative story simply because Weinstein was an advertiser.Instead, Baquet suggests, Waxman’s own description of her report reveals it consisted largely of “an off-the-record account from one woman.” You can read his full statement below: I wasn’t here in 2004.If you're interested in finding out what happened to the likes of Mitch, Sabrina, and Slater, just keep r-e-a-d-i-n to find out what the cast of In a movie filled with cool and lovable characters, Clint Bruno stands apart as one who's downright scary.A mustachioed bully who only cares about two things, Bruno is the guy who puts a beating on poor Mike Newhouse (Adam Goldberg).My experience with him was all aboveboard and that’s what I told her.” Damon also denied the widespread assumption that “everybody knew” about Weinstein’s alleged abuse.
“This type of predation happens behind closed doors, and out of public view,” he said.
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“If there was ever an event that I was at and Harvey was doing this kind of thing and I didn’t see it, then I am so deeply sorry, because I would have stopped it.” Update: In a string of tweets Wednesday afternoon, Asia Argento, who told that Harvey Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on her in 1997, writes that Fabrizio Lombardo, the Italian producer Damon and Crowe vouched for, was the same man who delivered her to Weinstein’s hotel room before one of the alleged assaults.
Argento also claimed that Lombardo began intimidating her via text message when she started speaking to Ronan Farrow for his reporter Sharon Waxman agreed with Matt Damon’s account of the call: It was brief, and she didn’t get into specifics about the allegations at the root of her story.
But it is unimaginable to me that The Times killed a story because of pressure from Harvey Weinstein, who was and is an advertiser.