Weinstein was reportedly eating out with his recovery coach when another customer, named Steve, approached him and asked to take a photo. Weinstein and Steve shock hands, said the manager, and both resumed dining. It was then that Steve instructed his friend to turn on his cellphone and start recording as he approached the disgraced producer, TMZ reported. Video of the incident, obtained by TMZ, shows Weinstein stumbling in shock before gaining his footing. The manager said the two shook hands and Weinstein went back to stuffing his fat, disgusting face.
As Weinstein makes an attempt to leave, he notices that he's being filmed by someone else in the restaurant.
Police don't need Weinstein to approve a criminal investigation - especially one with video evidence.
Weinstein has spent much of his time in Arizona since the explosive sexual assault and harassment allegations against him came to light previous year. Later in the night, the assailant, who was reportedly intoxicated, attacked Weinstein.
TMZ reported that the man behind the camera asked Weinstein if he wanted to call the police, but Weinstein declined and everyone went their separate ways.
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This will be Brown's second major film after Legendary and Warner Bros.'s Godzilla: King of Monsters which will release in 2019. Still, we're very happy to see Brown take on a new leading role and we'll definitely be keeping our eyes out for this one.
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Firefighters could be seen removing wet clothing, as they attempted to mop up after the fire. " We'll make it work ", she said. The fire wasn't enough to completely destroy the apartment, but the extent of the damage has forced the residents to move out.
The video was later shared by TMZ.
Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lupita N'yongo and Ashley Judd are among the women to accuse Weinstein of making an unwanted sexual advance when they were young actresses.
TMZ previously reported spotting Weinstein in disguise late a year ago at a central Phoenix restaurant.