‘I’m in a good place now because he was put in prison!’ Rose McGowan claims Harvey Weinstein is ‘faking’ hospital stint as he’s ‘too scared’ of general public

Rose McGowan has said that she is 'in a good place now' that Harvey Weinstein is serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape and sexual assault.The disgraced movie mogul, 68, was convicted in March in a landmark #MeToo case that ended with six of his accusers sobbing and hugging each…

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Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles to face rape and sexual assault charges is indefinitely delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles to face rape and sex crime charges has been indefinitely delayed to due the coronavirus outbreak, prosecutors announced Tuesday.The disgraced movie mogul, 68, was convicted in February of rape and sexually assault in attacks involving two women. He was sentenced to 23 years in…

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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Tycoon Bhanu Choudhrie, who is facing divorce payout of £60million, finds new love with Meghan Markle’s pal Tamara Ralph

Ordered to pay his ex-wife a £60 million divorce settlement in a High Court ruling made public only last week, businessman Bhanu Choudhrie is putting his depleted bank account behind him in splendid style.The 41-year-old son of billionaire Sudhir Choudhrie has, I can disclose, embarked on a fresh romantic adventure…

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Matt Lauer: Why Ronan Farrow Is Indeed Too Good to Be True

Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images Editor’s Note: After Matt Lauer submitted this piece, a response to Ronan Farrow’s book Catch and Kill , Mediaite editors independently fact checked the accounts of the four witnesses/subjects Lauer spoke with and cites in this piece. All confirmed in early February that Lauer’s account of their…

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Cold cases get colder as coronavirus pandemic wears on

FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2016 file photo, Los Angeles police investigators work the scene of a fatal shooting in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles. Detectives nationwide are grappling with changes the coronavirus has wrought on their investigations. Cold cases are getting colder, plainclothes investigators are digging out…

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Cold cases get colder as coronavirus pandemic wears on

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Cold cases are getting colder. Detectives are struggling to connect with victims through thick masks, and investigators accustomed to wearing plainclothes are digging out their dusty uniforms for patrol duty as the coronavirus pandemic rages.Police departments nationwide are grappling with changes the virus has wrought on…

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