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Defiant Weinstein flips folks double bird, insists he’s the ‘good guy’ before slamming Hollywood ‘pals’

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A defiant Harvey Weinstein was seen Wednesday afternoon throwing up two middle fingers as he entered his lawyer’s office in Southern California.

…and this was just the beginning of a tumultuous days for the “suicidal” Hollywood producer, who would reportedly later jet off to an exclusive rehab clinic in Arizona.

Weinstein was pictured flipping the double bird after he left his daughter’s home, according to the Daily Mail.

The British tabloid reported Thursday that the disgraced Hollywood producer “had a furious row with his daughter, fled her house and tried to flag down a stranger’s car after she phoned 911 and reported him as ‘suicidal.'”


Weinstein, whose wife, Georgina Chapman, announced that she’s leaving him, later returned to his daughter’s home.

“My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions,” Chapman said in a statement.

Her husband appears to be facing a sex-crimes investigation by the FBI now that 30 women have come forward with horror stories of sexual harassment and serial rape.

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He spoke to photographers after leaving again to travel to Van Nuys Airport.

“Guys, I’m not doing OK, but I’m trying. I gotta get help,” he said. “I’m hanging in, I’m trying my best.’

The disgraced movie mogul took what appeared to be a shot at the growing number of A-list movie stars who have denounced Weinstein or revealed their own experiences of abuse from him.

…while describing himself as “the good guy!”

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“And you know what? I’ve always been loyal to you guys,” he told the paparazzi before slamming his former A-lister pals. “Not like those f**king pricks who treat you like sh*-t. I’ve been the good guy.”

Weinstein then boarded a flight that landed in Scottsdale, Arizona — the Meadows, a $40,000-a-month in-house rehab facility is located there, the Daily Mail reported.

Tom Tillison


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