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Police Respond to ‘Family Dispute’ at Harvey Weinstein’s Daughter’s House

Variety logo Variety 10/11/2017 Alex Stedman
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Police responded to a call of a “family dispute” at the address of Harvey Weinstein’s daughter Remy, a Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson confirmed to Variety.

Law enforcement said that police responded to call at about 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday in regards to a family argument. Officers left the scene shortly after it was determined that there was no evidence of a crime.

TMZ reported on Wednesday that Remy Weinstein called 911, saying her dad was “suicidal and depressed.” Video obtained by TMZ shows Harvey Weinstein leaving the property, along with an associate.

Remy is one of three daughters from his first marriage to Eve Chilton. On Tuesday, his current wife, Georgina Chapman, announced that she would be divorcing Weinstein following days of reports of sexual harassment and assault allegations against the former Hollywood mogul.

The New York Times was first to break the story last Thursday, detailing “dozens” of sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein in a bombshell exposé. Weinstein was forced out of his own company just a few days later, on Sunday.

The situation escalated on Tuesday, when the New Yorker dropped a shocking investigative report that alleged Weinstein sexually assaulted multiple women. Several A-listers who have worked with Weinstein in the past, including Meryl Streep and George Clooney, have publicly denounced Weinstein in the ensuing fall-out.

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