Harvey Weinstein had to be given special handcuffs after turning himself in to police on Friday because he could not stretch his arms back far enough around his thick girth to wear the standard issued ones.
As he was led to court, he was pictured with his arms behind his back and some black handcuffs around each hand.
He attempted to cover them up with a jacket which hid the third handcuff in the middle which linked the two together. Under Harvey Weinstein’s jacket on Friday was a linking handcuff which tied together the two on each of his wrists Under Harvey Weinstein’s jacket on Friday was a linking handcuff which tied together the two on each of his wrists The 66-year-old movie mogul turned himself in to police on Friday morning then was brought straight to the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse to be arraigned The 66-year-old movie mogul turned himself in to police on Friday morning then was brought straight to the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse to be arraigned
According to law enforcement sources cited by Page Six on Saturday, the disgraced 66-year-old was agitated as he was held in cells beneath a Manhattan courtroom and said that he was even uncomfortable in […]
Harvey Weinstein had to wear special, linked-together handcuffs because the regular ones wouldn’t fit around his waist
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