Harvey Weinstein: Dishevelled former movie mogul slapped by man at upscale restaurant

Harvey Weinstein: Dishevelled former movie mogul slapped by man at upscale restaurant

Harvey Weinstein: Dishevelled former movie mogul slapped by man at upscale restaurant

Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was accosted by a man at an Arizona resort on Tuesday night.

The man, named only as Steve, claimed Weinstein was belligerent, but a restaurant manager said Weinstein was "sweet" and politely declined the request.

The man is heard calling Weinstein a "piece of sh*t" and it's not hard to figure out what his motivation was for slapping him in the face. "You're a f-ing piece of s-t".

Steve slapped Weinstein twice with the back of his hand, two slight tapping sounds audible.

The audio, like the original video of the slap, was published by TMZ.

Weinstein was guided out of the restaurant by his sober coach who used his hands to prevent anyone from capturing anything on film.

It was a rare sighting of the perv after he was accused of sexual harassment by multiple women over nearly three decades in October.

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Weinstein's representative Sallie Hofmeister told The Arizona Republic in an email that TMZ's report was accurate and had no further comment.

The maker wasn't hurt and purportedly declined to call police, as per nearby ABC subsidiary KNXV-TV.

Harvey Weinstein (L) with some of the actresses who have accused him of sexual misconduct including Rose McGowan, Angelina Jolie, Lea Seydoux, Mira Sorvino, Lauren Sivan and Jessica Barth.

Weinstein is reportedly in rehab at a nearby facility.

In October, The New York Times and New Yorker released stories accusing the film executive of sexual harassment and rape.

Allegations against Harvey Weinstein seemingly began what has been nearly non-stop allegations against other major players in Hollywood.

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