Scott Rosenberg, the writer of “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “Beautiful Girls,” and “High Fidelity,” wrote an emotional letter about Weinstein, his involvement and the involvement of everyone else in Hollywood. “Everybody F***ing knew!” he wrote, about Weinstein.
“So, uh, yeah. We need to talk about Harvey,” he started. He went on to explain how Bob and Harvey Weinstein bought and made his first two movies and how they were always there for him. “Meetings that would turn into plans that would turn into raucous nights out on the town. Simply put: OG Miramax was a blast. So, yeah, I was there. And let me tell you one thing. Let’s be perfectly clear about one thing: Everybody-f***ing-knew,” he wrote.
“Not that he was raping. No, that we never heard. But we were aware of a certain pattern of overly-aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful.W e knew about the man’s hunger; his fervor; his appetite.
There was nothing secret about this voracious rapacity; like a gluttonous ogre out of the Brothers Grimm.
All couched in vague promises of potential movie roles,” he wrote.
“And to me, if Harvey’s behavior is the most reprehensible thing one can imagine, a not-so-distant second is the current flood of sanctimonious denial and condemnation that now crashes upon these shores of rectitude in gloppy tides of bullsh*t righteousness. Because everybody-f***ing-knew.
“And do you know how I am sure this is true? Because I was there. And I saw you. And I talked about it with you,” he wrote.
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