DISGRACED Harvey Weinstein was attacked at a restaurant near his rehab facility by a diner screaming "you're a piece of s**t".
The man said he "loved Weinstein's movies" and asked for a photo, but the film producer said "no" - probably sensing that it was a fake gesture, considering the nature of the crimes levied against the disgraced film producer.
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A drunk bystander attacked Harvey Weinstein when he was at a restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the 9th of January, Tuesday.
Steve, who was sitting at a table with another man, first asked the tycoon to pose for a photo with him but the request was declined. Steve told TMZ that Weinstein was rude about it, but a restaurant manager disagreed; Steve and Weinstein were seen shaking hands during their initial encounter. Weinstein's representative Sallie Hofmeister tells The Arizona Republic in an email that TMZ's report was accurate, but would not provide further comment. Steve says Weinstein became belligerent and told him to buzz off. Weinstein left the scene without calling the police.
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The man is then observed hollering at Weinstein, "You're such a bit of s - for what you did to these ladies".
TMZ reports that a restaurant manager said neither attempted punch connected.
As for Steve, well, Weinstein declined to call the police, because if you're Harvey Weinstein pretty much the last thing you want is the police knowing where you are.
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