Source: The Washington Post
With the publication Monday night of a remarkable story by Ronan Farrow in the New Yorker, there is less reason to speculate.
In breathtaking detail, Farrow shows just how far the Hollywood mogul was willing to go to shut down the allegations of his sexual abuse over many decades.
Farrow reports how Weinstein used a network of lawyers and spies — including former Mossad agents working undercover — to track women and reporters. It was a desperate, aggressive and, thankfully, failed effort.