Harvey Weinstein’s Assistant Sues For Having to Clean Up After His Sexcapades
Harvey Weinstein’s former personal assistant Sandeep Rehal is suing him, his brother and their company The Weinstein Company. The court documents which were filed on Thursday, January 25 in New York federal court, claims that for over two years she was forced to work in a pervasive and severe sexually hostile environment at The Weinstein Company LLC and The Weinstein Company Holdings LLC, defined by endless offensive, degrading, and sexually harassing actions, statements, and touching at the hands of her boss, Harvey Weinstein.
The documents go on to say that much of Ms. Rehal’s work as an employee of TWC involved catering to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual appetites and activities, and catering to his demeaning and often abusive family members. Ms. Rehal was required to be involved in and aware of the preparations for, and clean up after, Harvey Weinstein’s extremely prolific sexual encounters.
Additionally, she claimed that she had to keep a list of Weinstein’s “girls” and set up an apartment close to his New York office for his sexual liaisons. “Every time Harvey Weinstein went to meet a woman at a hotel, in the office, or elsewhere, which occurred on average at least three times a week when he was in New York, Ms. Rehal was required as part of her job to provide Harvey Weinstein with a shot, which she placed in his jacket pocket or in a brown paper bag.” She was also forced to clean up the semen on the couch in Harvey Weinstein’s office. This she said, happened three or so times a week when Harvey Weinstein was in New York.
Harvey Weinstein’s spokeswoman says, “Mr. Weinstein categorically denies these claims and his lawyers will respond in the appropriate legal forum with evidence proving they are untrue.”
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