Lisa Bloom Explains Why She’s Advising ‘Gross’ Harvey Weinstein Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations — WATCH HERE!

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Why Lisa Bloom? WHY??

As we reported, on Thursday, The New York Times published a intolerable exposé accusing Harvey Weinstein of “decades of passionate harassment,” that has led him to reaching “at slightest 8 settlements with women.”

While a film writer expelled a matter to a journal observant he is “remorseful about a people we hurt,” his counsel Charles Harder announced plans for a lawsuit opposite a Times for edition “a story that is jam-packed with fake and insulting statements.”

On Friday, Bloom seemed on Good Morning America where she explains because she is fortifying a 65-year-old amid a allegations. While she is not legally representing him in any lawsuit, she acts as his “adviser.”

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Host George Stephanopoulos began a talk by observant he is “surprised” that Lisa would mount by a Hollywood noble given her story with passionate nuisance cases. He said:

“I have to contend I’m astounded you’re here this morning. You’ve been here and represented women who have taken on Bill Cosby and Bill O’Reilly, Donald Trump, sexual-harassment cases. Why did we switch sides in this case?”

That’s when a counsel explained:

“I’ve famous Harvey for about a year and these rumors have swirled around him for a prolonged time. And we pronounced to him, we know, ‘What’s going on? This is not OK.’ And Harvey and we had a lot of straightforward conversations about this and when this New York Times story was about to mangle and Harvey voiced to me a same distress that we see now, we said, ‘We have to chuck out a aged playbook, OK? You’re not going to be aggressive women. You’re not going to be disrespecting women. You’re not going to be digging adult mud on them and annoying them. That’s a sleepy aged approach to go. If we are honestly remorseful, contend so, acknowledge what you’ve finished wrong, apologize and let’s have your actions pronounce for themselves.”‘

While she admits his “workplace misconduct” is “gross” and “wrong,” when asked if his function is “sexual harassment,” Bloom tiptoed around a term. She said:

“I consider Harvey acknowledged, yes, there was bungle over a duration of years. He’s big, shrill guy. People are intimidated by him. I’m not—you know, I’m a big-mouth counsel myself. I’ll mount adult to him. But if I’m a 23-year-old in his workplace, of course, they’re intimidated.”

Watch a full talk (below):

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