Weinstein’s Hong Kong Exec Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Bey Logan, a close associate of Harvey Weinstein who worked as The Weinstein Company’s Asia VP for several years, has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least seven women. In a three-part investigation, Hong Kong news site HK01 alleges that Logan, who worked for The Weinstein Co. from 2005-2009, regularly sexually harassed actresses on set and in at least one case allegedly sent an actress to the disgraced Hollywood producer’s hotel room. One of Logan’s accusers, actress Sable Yu, alleges that he made her strip down to her underwear on a daily basis so he could inspect her, Variety reports. Yu is also quoted in the report as saying Logan once tweaked her nipple in front of an entire film crew, and on another occasion, she claims he pulled out his penis and tried to make her touch it. Six other women interviewed for the report accuse Logan of similar unwanted sexual advances and harassment, while one unnamed actress says he once sent her to Weinstein’s hotel room, where she experienced an “unpleasant” meeting. Logan has denied any “criminal wrongdoing” but admitted to “mistakes” caused by a “too carefree attitude towards physical encounters with women.”