The same operative, using a different false identity and implying that she had an allegation against Weinstein, met twice with a journalist to find out which women were talking to the press, according to the report penned for the magazine by investigative reporter Ronan Farrow. "To the extent I provided "off the record" information to Mr. Weinstein about one of his accusers - at a time when Mr. Weinstein was denying any harassment of any woman - it was information which I would never have allowed AMI to publish on the internet or in its magazines".
In other instances, the information-gathering effort was spearheaded by Weinstein's lawyers.
"Filip" also met Ben Wallace, a journalist at NY magazine pursuing the Weinstein story, on two separate occasions.
The organization that bestows the Emmy Awards has voted to expel Harvey Weinstein in the wake of numerous allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against the producer.
The report states that it was Boies himself who hired Black Cube, even while his firm was representing the New York Times - one of the publications investigating Weinstein.
Last night, it was announced that Weinstein has received a lifetime ban from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Neither Hofmeister nor Boies immediately responded to requests for comment.
One Black Cube operative who called herself Diana Filip, the deputy head of sustainable and responsible investments at Reuben Capital Partners, a London-based wealth management firm, met with McGowan several times on the premise that she wanted to launch an initiative to combat discrimination against women in the workplace.
Enlisting three private investigation firms, including one called "Black Cube" employed by former spies from Israel's national intelligence agency, Mossad, gathered negative information on actresses including Rose MacGowan, Annabella Sciorra and Asia Argento, and journalists like reporter Ben Wallace and editor-in-chief Adam Moss of New York Magazine.
McGowan, for her part, told Farrow that this whole experience was like living through the film Gaslight: "Everyone lied to me all the time", she said.
I asked Boies directly whether he hired investigators to impede the Times in 2004, as he did this year.
Attorney David Boies confirmed to The New Yorker that his firm contracted and paid the investigators whose reports were sent to Weinstein.
Weinstein "unequivocally denies" all claims of non-consensual sex, a spokesperson for the producer says.
More than anything, I hope these revelations put to rest this idea that women should "just speak up".
These allegations were first published several weeks ago through bombshell reports in The New York Times and The New Yorker.
Ultimately, despite a year of expensive, concerted effort, Weinstein's campaign to track and silence his accusers failed.
It is recommended that English-speakers to read in full the report of this research, worthy of a spy thriller, which testify to the energy and are deployed by the nabob to prevent the testimony of many reach the ears of the public. According to Farrow, Boies now regards it as a mistake to contract with and pay contractors that "we did not select and direct".
Some Apple users have discovered a bug that automatically corrects the lower-case letter "i" to "A" and a question mark symbol. The site also reports that you can initiate Apple Pay Cash payments in Siri and Contacts, as well.
Cathay did not put out a statement, but tweeted that the Swire Group and Air China continue to hold 74.9% of the airline. Since June, Qatar has been isolated by neighbouring countries including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
This announcement came after outlets across the country, including The New York Times , The Washington Post and the A.V. Club called for a boycott of reviewing Disney films, citing solidarity with The L.A.
Ziff Brothers Investments LLC invested in Russian Federation with Browder using offshore entities, Veselnitskaya has said . This is the first time Veselnitskaya has offered details of her version of the June 2016 sit-down at Trump Tower .
Petersburg, Florida. "Real life is better than my dreams", he wrote. "OK, I get it", she said, seeing the view from the clouds. On May 29, 2010, Halladay pitched the 20th flawless game in baseball history, beating the then-Florida Marlins 1-0.
TPS is granted to immigrants from a handful of countries that have been beset by crises like war or natural disaster. The program was extended to both countries after Hurricane Mitch hit Central America in 1998.
Arguably owner Roman Abramovich's most trusted lieutenant, Emenalo has often been viewed as a controversial figure at the club. The former Notts County defender joined Chelsea in October 2007 and has been technical director since July 2011.
The incident happened during the University of Miami's victory over Virginia Tech at the Hard Rock stadium on Saturday night. It remains unclear what led to the woman being removed, or whether or not she was arrested.
Many of these items would make delightful stocking stuffers for the person in your life who dips their pizza in ranch dressing. If the mini keg doesn't tickle your fancy, they also offer Hidden Valley ranch shirts starting off at $25.
Only two current Manchester United squad members are mentioned in the article on the BBC website: Luke Shaw and Marouane Fellaini. It is understood that the bosses want to tie him down to a new deal but there have been no negotiations so far.
On Saturday, factory driver Niklas Lilja reached 277.9 miles per hour (447.1km/h) in one of the company's Agera RS hypercars. All that remains is for the world speed record, which was recorded and verified by Racelogic , to be officially recognised.