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Harvey Weinstein once said, Jennifer Aniston has to be killed, according to the unsealed court documents seen by the media this week.
The disgraced Hollywood mogul made the extraordinary statement, about, Aniston, in an e-mail message to a reporter looking for comment on allegations that he was sexually abused for the “Morning Show” – and actress.
“Jen Aniston is to be killed,” He responded to a reporter by 2017, according to Variety.
HARVEY WEINSTEIN’S EX-WIFE WAS ‘SHOCKED AND HUMBLED’ BY THE SCANDAL, DISGRACED MOGUL ‘DISLIKE’ OF HER REPORT
Harvey Weinstein reportedly said that Jen Aniston ” needs to be killed, the reports say.
The reporter, seeking comment on Weinstein wrote, “The National Enquirer intends to publish a story reporting by Jennifer Aniston, was sexually abused by a Harvey Weinstein.”
Several claimed that the malicious e-mail, it is just one of the nearly 1,000 court documents unsealed ahead of the convicted rapist sentencing on Wednesday.
HARVEY WEINSTEIN WAS MOVED TO RIKERS ISLAND, WHERE HE IS AWAITING SENTENCING
Harvey Weinstein arrives at a Manhattan court house for the jury’s deliberations in a rape trial, Monday, feb. 24, by the year 2020.
(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
A rep for Aniston confirms to Fox News that the “allegations that Her harassed and / or attacked Her are false.”
On Feb. 24, Weinstein was found guilty of third-degree rape of Jessica Mann, a would-be actress, a New York City hotel room in January, 2013. He was also found guilty of a criminal sexual act for assaulting a production assistant, She Haleyi in his apartment in 2006. The charges carry a maximum penalty of 29 years in prison.
HARVEY WEINSTEIN WAS FOUND GUILTY OF THIRD-DEGREE RAPE, CRIMINAL SEXUAL ACT, THE DA SAYS THE CASE CHANGED THE COURSE OF HISTORY
Harvey Weinstein is set to be sentenced Wednesday in Manhattan rape case.
(AP Photo/Richard Drew)
The jury of seven men and five women deliberated for five days before the passing of the decree. In the examined cases, the film producer, was acquitted of the most serious charges, two counts of predatory sexual assault.
The landmark decision came after weeks of unbearably graphic testimony of the accusers, who told of rapes, forced oral sex, touching, masturbation, lewd propositions, and now Weinstein about how the casting couch works,.
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Days before Wednesday’s trial, lawyers for the convicted rapist pleaded with a New York City judge for leniency citing a range of conditions affecting the health of the 67-year-old, faces, and points to the past as a charitable donation, which he made up as he was, a powerful media executive in Hollywood.