Harvey Weinstein Seeks Medical Attention For Knots In Back, Begs Judge For Lenient Massage
Harvey Weinstein, former Hollywood producer and head of The Weinstein Company, plead not guilty to two counts of rape and one first-degree criminal sex act charge at his arraignment Tuesday morning.
When entering his plea in the New York Supreme Court, he stated, “I intend to vigorously fight these charges,” as he removed his jacket, tie and shirt, and handed them off to attorney David Boies, who cringed noticeably at his word choice. Representatives of the intelligence agency Black Cube were also in attendance to show their emotional support, and assist with his belt.
“I’ve been working with law enforcement officials from the beginning, and will continue to do so, if you would just come over and rub my shoulders. I mean, I’ve apologized already, and I’m really trying to do better, but it’s been really stressful for me these past few weeks, and I’ve got some big knots in my neck that could use some attention.”
“Under the circumstances, he's holding up reasonably well. No one can be happy to be in the position that he is in,” said his attorney Benjamin Brafman. “I think he needs a chiropractor.”
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