Another woman has come forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.
Former filmmaker Louisette Geiss (above, left) claims
After that, Geiss left. Not just the hotel room, but the movie industry completely.
Allred, Geiss’ attorney, said she’s heard from several other women who say they are victims of unwanted advances from Weinstein, and that the statute of limitations for each alleged encounter has since expired.
To show some mercy, Allred is “inviting [Weinstein] to agree to engage in an arbitration of these claims with these women” with an agreed upon retired judge. The attorney says the proposal is “similar to what [she] suggested to Bill Cosby” amid his sex scandal — but the comedian “was not wise enough” to agree to it.
Allred notes that Weinstein will be smart to agree if he ever intends on returning to Hollywood one day, as an arbitration could be a “positive step he could take to restore his battered reputation.”
We’d say Weinstein has nothing to lose , as his scandal already looks to be turning into the full Cosby.
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