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WATCH IT: ‘Nobody’s going to say anything?’ Actress tears into accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein at event for young artists

At least three women confronted disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein at a pop-up speakeasy for actors in New York Wednesday night, and two of them were tossed from the Downtime Bar for their actions, the New York Post reported.

Actress Zoe Stuckless posted a video of her confrontation to her Facebook page, showing her pointing at Weinstein, who was sitting between two women at a table, and shouting, “Nobody’s gonna say anything? Nobody’s really going to say anything?!”

Posted by Zoe Stuckless on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

 

“I’m going to stand four feet from a f–ing rapist? And nobody’s going to say anything?” Stuckless continued.

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Dozens of women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, including harassment, assault, and rape, and articles published in The New York Times and The New Yorker detailing his alleged behavior helped spark the #MeToo movement.

Weinstein’s bodyguards “herded” her out of the private, ticketed event called Actors Hour, Stuckless said.

Stuckless said she was prompted to speak to Weinstein at intermission after a male comic on stage praised “Good Will Hunting,” a movie produced by Weinstein, and then stopped by Weinstein’s table to chat.

The actress also said a female comic addressed Weinstein’s presence from the stage and was booed when she said she’d been raped. That comic was Kelly Bachman, who was filmed by another comic, Amber Rollo. Bachman addressed what she called “the elephant in the room,” saying she didn’t know she’d need mace at the gig.

Rollo said she also confronted Weinstein and was escorted from the bar by one of his companions,

“I went in and called him a f–king monster and told him he should disappear,” she tweeted.

“His friend/bodyguard/goon/family member called me a c–t and I really really wanted to lunge over the table and strangle him … I restrained myself.”

According to the Post, a spokesman for Weinstein called the incident with “uncalled for, downright rude and an example of how due process today is being squashed by the public.”

A representative for the bar told the Post that no one recognized Weinstein when he arrived because “he used a walker and looked pretty beat up.”

Another representative for the bar described the incident as “one guest began heckling another, causing a disturbance to everyone in attendance. After several requests to stop were ignored, we kindly asked the heckler to leave.”

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[Featured image: Harvey Weinstein (center) and unidentified women/Zoe Stuckless Facebook]