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Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Punched Twice In The Face While Out To Dinner!

11 January 2018, 06:11 | Cassandra Thompson

Harvey Weinstein Video Shows Restaurant Attack

Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Punched Twice In The Face While Out To Dinner!

Disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein was shown being accosted by a diner at a Paradise Valley resort Tuesday night in a video posted on the tabloid-news website TMZ.

Weinstein was reportedly eating out with his recovery coach when another customer, named Steve, approached him and asked to take a photo.

TMZ obtained footage of the encounter, which shows the Steve backhanding Weinstein twice across the face.

The man reportedly told TMZ that Weinstein declined to take the picture and was being belligerent. Weinstein reacts in surprise and momentarily starts to lose his footing, and the young man then begins unleashing a string of profanities, ordering Weinstein to leave. Later on, the man who assaulted Weinstein admitted that he drank a bit too much.

A rep told us of the incident that no punches were thrown and, "Looks like the guy just patty-caked him twice", and that Weinstein is just fine.

In the video, Weinstein can be seen stumbling after being slapped while the man with him attempts to blocked the camera.

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A torch lighter is similar to a regular cigarette lighter but is larger and the flame is under more pressure, Pitt said. Everybody was able to get out safely but Redding Fire Battalion Chief Rob Pitt said the apartment is now uninhabitable.

There is no word on whether or not Weinstein filed a police report.

Weinstein has been accused of rape and sexual harassment by as many as 100 women, including a large number of Hollywood actresses and models.

The person who filmed the incident asked Weinstein if he wanted to call the police.

Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct is the subject of active criminal investigations in several cities, including New York, Los Angeles, and London.

Weinstein's representatives issued a statement to the Arizona Republic saying the TMZ report was not accurate.

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