Harvey Weinstein masturbated in front of a former Fox News reporter?

Harvey Weinstein masturbated in front of a former Fox News reporter?

She rebuffed him by explaining that she was in a long-term relationship, at which point Weinstein responded by saying, "Well, can you just stand there and shut up", before exposing himself and starting to masturbate in front of her.

Lauren Sivan, a former news anchor in NY, tells the Huffington Post that Weinstein trapped her in the hallway of a restaurant and masturbated in front of her until he ejaculated into a potted plant in the hall. At the time, Sivan was a reporter for Long Island 12, a local NY cable channel.

When the two reached the kitchen, Weinstein oddly dismissed two staffers who were there cleaning up, then proceeded try to kiss Sivan.

Former Fox News reporter Lauren Sivan told The Huffington Post on Friday that the influential producer once trapped her in the hallway of a restaurant during a private event and masturbated in front of her until he ejaculated. She took a hard pass, reminding him she had a boyfriend, and ended the call. The incident in the vestibule didn't last long.

She called for Weinstein's resignation from the company, suggesting that he "face his sickness, and go into a long, self-imposed exile".




Weinstein's attorney Lisa Bloom told the Huffington Post that the producer was not available for an interview about the allegations, and a Weinstein Company publicist reportedly did not reply to questions. Sivan noted to HuffPost that Weinstein's auto was "stocked full of cases of Diet Coke", which she said she found to be odd. "Others did. Keep that in Mind", Sivan wrote on Twitter. Weinstein then allegedly undid his trousers and started masturbating in front of her. Sivan said she reluctantly agreed and they went downstairs to the restaurant.

Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's sexual proclivities apparently extended well beyond his former and current employees and the industry itself, according to fresh revelations made by a report.

Sivan and her friend left just after the encounter, and both of them recalled Sivan discussing what had happened as soon as they left Socialista. Since more than 10 minutes had passed, Sivan's friend says she went to look for them, but was initially stopped by a security guard.

"Authors, actors, and moviemakers should not work for any Weinstein company until he resigns".

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