Less than a week after a New York Times exposé was published levelling decades of sexual assault and harassment allegations at Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer has reportedly been involved in a domestic dispute at his daughter’s home.

Weinstein’s daughter Remy, 22, called the police around 10.30AM Wednesday (US time) after the pair began arguing at her Los Angeles property, according to reports from TMZ.

In footage obtained by the outlet, the 65-year-old is seen outside Remy’s house as his male companion shouts at the camera.

Weinstein eventually goes back inside, with LAPD officers arriving shortly after and entering the premises. TMZ claims that Remy told their sources that she had called police over a “family dispute”.

The incident comes after more allegations of sexual misconduct, including a post shared by model/actress Cara Delevingne on her Instagram account in which she claims the producer tried to force her into having sex in order to win a film role.

Yesterday Weinstein’s wife of seven years, Georgina Chapman, confirmed in a statement to People that she has “chosen to leave” her husband.

Speaking about the dozens of sexual misconduct accusations levelled at Weinstein, Chapman told the outlet: “My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions.”

Source: TMZ
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