Harvey Weinstein gets slapped at resort in Arizona

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Infamous movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, accused by numerous women of sexual misconduct, was "attacked" while leaving a Paradise Valley restaurant Tuesday night, TMZ reported Wednesday.

The man said he "loved Weinstein's movies" and asked for a photo, but the film producer said "no" - probably sensing that it was a fake gesture, considering the nature of the crimes levied against the disgraced film producer.

According to the TMZ report, Weinstein was having dinner at 9pm with his "sober coach" when a patron asked for a photograph.

The restaurant manager claims Weinstein dodged two punches and nearly fell over as he stepped back.

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But I can't be sure if Steve slapped Weinstein for the same reason Paul Sorvino wants to hit him or just because Weinstein is an asshole, the reason Jason Priestly hit him. Weinstein left the scene without calling the police.

"And what would you do about it", the bald man taunts the younger one, who releases more invective. The hero than slapped him on the face, not once, but twice.

"You're such a piece of s*** for what you did to these women", Steve told Weinstein.

The man who slapped Harvey Weinstein claimed that the disgraced producer was "extremely rude" and "belligerent" leading up to the attack, but newly uncovered audio of their encounter tells a whole different story.

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Weinstein declined to press charges against Steve and Joe.

Weinstein's representatives issued a statement to the Arizona Republic saying the TMZ report was not accurate.

Weinstein has spent the last two months at the €30,000-a-month The Meadows rehabilitation facility in Arizona, where House of Cards actor Kevin Spacey, 58, is also being treated.

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