The Hollywood sex scandals are inescapable at this point.
Every single one of the Hollywood elitists are terrified that their pasts might come back to haunt them.
And a new allegation against Harvey Weinstein is the worst yet.
Super producer Harvey Weinstein was the first to be ousted for his alleged sexual deviances.
Weinstein was banished from his own company because of the rampant accusations.
Then directors Peter Jackson and Terry Zwigoff went public about Weinstein blackballing actresses Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd because they had refused all sexual advances from him.
Weinstein even went as far as hiring a covert squad that specifically protected his sexual indiscretions with young actresses.
Other Hollywood elites soon fell like dominos after the Weinstein accusations.
Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, and James Franco are just a few of the big names whose careers may never recover.
But this latest Weinstein accusation might be the worst of them yet.
“Harvey Weinstein’s former personal assistant filed suit against the disgraced movie mogul in New York federal court Thursday, alleging that she was frequently sexually harassed on the job, took dictation from Weinstein while he was naked, and was tasked with repeatedly cleaning the sofa in Weinstein’s office after he’d had sex there.
Sandeep Rehal — who quit her job at The Weinstein Co. in 2015 after two years — alleged in her suit that she had been “required to be involved in and aware of the preparations for, and clean up after, Harvey Weinstein’s extremely prolific sexual encounters.”
Specific allegations listed in the complaint include that Weinstein regularly called Rehal a “c*nt” and a “p*ssy,” made demeaning comments toward her, and groped her as she rode in the back of his chauffeured car.
Rehal further claimed that Weinstein dictated emails to her while he was naked on a weekly basis, and that she’d been tasked with maintaining the movie mogul’s supply of erectile dysfunction medication.
“Another ‘task’ Ms. Rehal was forced to do to aid Harvey Weinstein’s sexual encounters was to clean up the semen on the couch in Harvey Weinstein’s office,” the complaint adds, according to a copy obtained by the Hollywood Reporter.
“This happened on a regular basis, three or so times a week when Harvey Weinstein was in New York.”
The suit also names Harvey’s brother and business partner, Bob Weinstein, and Weinstein Co. executive Frank Gil.
“Weinstein’s abuse of power has been well documented, allowing Sandeep finally to reveal the details of her employment, which before now might have seemed too incredibly horrifying to believe,” an attorney for Rehal said in a statement to THR.
“Although Sandeep’s employers gave little thought to her physical and emotional welfare, we have confidence that the jury will deliver justice and restore her dignity.”
A rep for Weinstein told THR that the producer “categorically denies” the claims in the suit and would respond in the “appropriate legal forum.”
The allegations from Rehal are just the latest in a string of claims against the producer, once known as one of the most powerful figures in Hollywood. Dozens of women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct or assault, including more than ten who have accused him of rape.
The initial allegations against Weinstein — first detailed in an October New York Times exposé — helped spark the broader #MeToo movement and led to yet more allegations of sexual misconduct against more than one hundred prominent figures Hollywood and media.”
Remember, this is the same guy whom Hillary Clinton and Meryl Streep—and several others—claim they had no idea was so corrupt and sexually depraved.
Talk about complicit.