Anne Heche Says Harvey Weinstein Sexually Harassed Her, Too 

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Just when you thought Harvey Weinstein could not possibly have amassed any more victims, Anne Heche has come forward to say that she was also sexually harassed by the producer, alleging she was fired from a job for refusing to perform oral sex on him. From IndieWire:

“I personally did not suck Harvey’s dick, although he showed it to me and I got out of the room before there was any physical contact,” Heche said during a podcast interview with “Allegedly“. “The fact is, I was fired from a job that I had been hired for in Miramax.”

She added that she didn’t speak out at the time for fear of (further) retaliation:

“The repercussions of standing up for yourself were as deep and targeted as some of the scars of the women who actually got more physically, unfortunately, involved. The efforts he made to have people followed, to have spies, to have threats, he fired people. You’re talking about girls, young actresses are very vulnerable… You were threatened the second you walk out the door.”


Kim Kardashian has clarified that she is not planning to ask her poor surrogate to re-inflate herself with another Kardashian-West offspring, despite reports this week trumpeting the contrary.

The Kardashian clans’ newest member—named Chicago—materialized on Monday morning, and no sooner had doctors wiped away the birth goop than the tabs were reporting that Kim had already leaned over to the panting surrogate and propositioned her about carrying another kid. I mean, damn! Are we already so bored by this latest baby that we’ve now got to start manufacturing rumors about another one? Give the kid a chance!


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