According to multiple reports, Harvey Weinstein has assembled a legal team that includes Lisa Bloom and Charles Harder—along with his usual attorney David Boies—to fight back against soon-to-be-published stories in The New York Times and The New Yorker that detail “sexual allegations” and charges of “improper workplace behavior” against him. Bloom has represented women who accused both Bill O'Reilly and President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct and Harder was Hulk Hogan's lead attorney in the wrestler's successful lawsuit against Gawker. In a series of statements Wednesday afternoon, Weinstein first denied any knowledge of the pending stories and later added, “The story sounds so good, I want to buy the movie rights.” In 2015, Weinstein was questioned by police for allegedly groping a 22-year-old Italian model in his office, but after an investigation the Manhattan District Attorney's Office decided not to pursue charges.
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