Bloom resigns as lawyer for embattled movie mogul Weinstein

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New York Times Co. shares fell the most in nearly two months after a movie mogul threatened to sue the publisher over its article detailing allegations of sexual harassment.

Dunham added she hoped her followers would share the story about Weinstein not only to stand in solidarity with women, but to change the narrative of sexual harassment for good.

Weinstein, a notorious Democratic booster who was recently accused of sexually harassing several actresses and assistants over the past three decades, threw the fete for Clinton's 53rd birthday in 2000 - but he also tossed emcee Lane against a wall for a joke the actor made onstage about Rudy Giuliani's comb-over, the Broadway and film star said.

Actor Nathan Lane revealed on Saturday that director Harvey Weinstein's penchant for employing intimidation tactics didn't end with women.

Sivan alleged that Weinstein cornered her in the hallway of a Manhattan restaurant closed to the public and masturbated in front of her.

SNL's justification for this, according to the show's creator Lorne Michaels, is because Weinstein and the show both originated from New York City, per the Daily Mail.

'I only represent those who allege that they are victims of sexual harassment.

But I was also struck by his physical diminishment; he seemed small and frail, and, when I caught sight of him in May, he appeared to be walking with a cane. "See, you have to understand that, yes, I'm here as his adviser", she said.

Her work with the co-chair of The Weinstein Co. drew fierce criticism online.

Weinstein is now taking an "indefinite" leave of absence from the Weinstein Company, the board said on Friday.

Bloom and Weinstein have had a prior working relationship: His film studio is planning to work on a series of television and film projects about the life of Trayvon Martin, the black teenager who was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer in 2012.

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