Georgina Chapman Is Leaving Harvey Weinstein

Georgina Chapman Is Leaving Harvey Weinstein

Prominent Democrats have faced pressure to disavow Weinstein and donate his campaign contributions to charity since reports this month in The New York Times and New Yorker detailed numerous sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein over decades.

The university said Wednesday it is "well aware" of the allegations against Weinstein, who was an English major there from 1969-1973. The producer then invited Delevingne to his hotel room, where she found another woman waiting. Rose has previously claimed she was raped by a studio head and on Sunday, she tweeted about being abused by a 'monster'.

Weinstein has been silent on the accusations, but many in Hollywood were not.

Delevingne said in her statement that Weinstein boasted during their meeting "about all the actresses he had slept with and how he had made their careers and spoke about other inappropriate things of a sexual nature".

The scandal already appears to be starting to affect the bottom line of Chapman's fashion brand Marchesa, which had been a mainstay of the Hollywood red carpet and has licensed jewelry and accessories lines. The accounts published in The New York Times came hours after The New Yorker reported that three women have accused Weinstein of raping them.

Prominent Democratic senators including Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, among others, have said they will transfer the amounts they received from Weinstein to charity. She told the NYT: 'It was so manipulative. Any suggestion that the Board had knowledge of this conduct is false. She said it wasn't and wouldn't be for a bit and I should go to his room. "All my best, Harvey", said the real Weinstein to the prankster.

Bob responded to the latest claims, calling his brother a 'very sick man' who has 'proven himself to be a world class liar'. It was a very off and uncomfortable call...

Giangreco said on Tuesday that Emanuel's mayoral campaign will write another check to WOW to cover Weinstein's 2004 contribution.

The Obama's developed a relationship close enough to Weinstein that daughter Malia - now a Harvard freshman - interned for his movie company in New York earlier this year. 'His remorse and apologies to the victims of his abuse are hollow. "I was so nervous", Delevigne continued. I felt like I didn't deserve the part.