After numerous allegations of sexual harassament and abuse against him—including a sting recording— Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein has decided to enter sex rehab. TMZ shares that The Weinstein Company co-founder was spotted boarding a private jet on Tuesday night. Initially, it was reported that he was heading for a rehab center in Europe for sex addiction. Later, it was shared that he was headed to Meadows rehab center in Arizona on Wednesday.
“He wants to come back with fresh, new ideas,” shared a source with TMZ. Although the 65-year-old was terminated from his position at the company he founded with his brother Bob, the sources share that the company is still mulling over how (if at all) he’ll be involved in the future.
At least 13 women have come forward to state that the Hollywood heavyweight was inappropriate with them, ranging from asking
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Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of decades of sexual harassment against women. More former employees and actresses have alleged that the Weinstein Company head made inappropriate advances toward them and—in some instances—offered them payment for their silence. In interviews with the NY Times, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie have come out against Weinstein today for harassing them when they were younger.
“We’re at a point in time when women need to send a clear message that this is over,” Paltrow says. “This way of treating women ends now.” Paltrow says that Weinstein hired her for the lead in Emma when she was 22 years old. He asked her to come to the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for a meeting that ended with him placing his hands on her and encouraging her to go to the bedroom for massages. “I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified,” she says. Paltrow
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Bill Bishop, the managing editor of Houston news channel KHOU-TV, took a picture of his son standing in front of their home while it was getting battered with floodwater—and then took another photo two days later.
As the sun peaked through the clouds in Houston yesterday, it was a sign that the threat of Hurricane Harvey is beginning to recede after the city received more than 50 inches of rainfall.
The first photo shows Bishop’s son up to his waist in water—but the photo two days later shows him standing on dry (or damp, I’d imagine) ground.
Unfortunately, the flood still destroyed much of the Bishop family’s furniture. And there are still other areas where flooding still continues, as well as rescues of people by boat.
The storm has claimed at least 31 casualties so far, according to The New York Times, though this number may rise. More than 30,000
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As rains continue to batter Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which hit Texas on Friday night, images from the storm show disastrous flooding, including highways that look like rivers and people being rescued from their homes by helicopter.
At least five people are dead as the result of the Category 4 hurricane, The New York Times reported, and large numbers of homes and businesses have been destroyed.
“This event is unprecedented all impacts are unknown beyond anything experienced,” the National Weather Service said on Twitter on Sunday. “Follow orders from officials to ensure safety.”
Here are some of the astonishing images that have come out of the storm thus far.
A Texas National Guardsman rescues a woman from her flooded home.
Naomi Coto carries her dog Simba on her shoulders as they evacuate.
People use an air mattress to float down a flooded street after
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