UK Oleh turned Weinstein spy: We didn’t know he was accused of rape

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives for his arraignment at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, U.S., June 5, 2018. The day after Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison in New York for third-degree rape and first-degree criminal sexual act, Seth Freedman, the Israeli-English spy who spoke to some of Weinstein’s accusers said last week that he wouldn’t have done anything differently.The reason for his lack of regret, Freedman said, is because he didn’t know Weinstein was trying to cover up rape accusations . And once he did, both he and his former employer Black Cube said, they dropped the job.Freedman grew up in London, and started working in the city’s financial district when he was 18. After growing disillusioned with the work and developing a drug habit, he moved to Israel in 2004 at age 24 to enlist the IDF. He served for fifteen months in a Nachal combat unit. When he completed his service, he lived in Jerusalem, briefly worked on The Jerusalem Post ’s business desk, and wrote features for the Post ’s In Jerusalem magazine.“I kept a diary in the army and always enjoyed writing. Someone got me on the business desk, because I used to be a trader in London. And I wrote magazine pieces, like one about the local boxing club I was a member of…I loved it,” he recalled.Freedman jumped from the Post to The Guardian , where he wrote opinion columns for over four years. His IDF […]

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