President Trump Instructed DOJ to Probe the Weinstein Sex Scandal
The FBI have already opened up an investigation into the sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein’s.
- Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice has ordered the FBI to investigate the sexual misconduct allegations surrounding Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Mr. Weinstein, 65 anni, has become embroiled in a major scandal and is facing a number of sexual assault allegations which have emerged over the past 30 yrs, with actresses Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan among the accusers.
Mr. Weinstein reportedly left the country Tuesday and flew to Europe on his private jet, where he plans to attend a live-in facility to focus on both his sex addiction and other behavioral issues.
The FBI can prepare extradition proceedings if he remains in Europe and refuses to return but there is no guarantee that the country of Weinstein’s asylum would honor any extradition requests
A spokesperson for the FBI said, ‘We do not confirm or deny the existence of ongoing investigations.’
It is thought that President Trump ordered USAG Sessions to instruct the FBI to officially probe The Weinstein Matter.
Notably, President Trump said shortly after news of the shocking report on Thursday, 5 October, ‘I’ve known him for years. I’m not surprised,”
Harvey Weinstein has been fired from The Weinstein Company over the allegations and his wife, fashion designer Georgina Chapman and mother of his 2 children has confirmed she has left the Hollywood producer and is filing for divorce.
We can expect that the IRS is probing it too.
New York State has no statute of limitations on rape and criminal sexual acts, its legal term for forced oral or anal intercourse.
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