Hookers & Physical Abuse: Weinstein’s Chauffeur Spills the Disgusting Beans



The Harvey Weinstein sex abuse and rape scandal is getting worse by the day.
Now, Weinstein’s long-time chauffeur is spilling the beans on his former boss, saying he was physically BEATEN by Weinstein for not delivering prostitutes in a “timely fashion.”
Again, all of the smug elites in Hollywood who attack President Trump’s character knew about this wretched abuse of women and allowed it to continue.
From Page Six
Harvey Weinstein once beat up his longtime French chauffeur — because the prostitutes he was taking the producer to meet didn’t show up, according to a new report.
Driver Mickael Chemloul had been ferrying Weinstein — and his women — around Cannes during its annual film festival for five years, but the alleged 2013 beat-down put him out of work for four days, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
“He went crazy and hit me. At that moment, there was no question I’d never work for him again,” said Chemloul, who is now writing a book about Weinstein called “The Last Monster of Hollywood.”
When the driver tried to sue for damages, a local prosecutor in the town — where Weinstein was known locally as “The Pig” — dismissed the charges, the Hollywood Reporter said.
It was hardly the first time Chemloul had encountered the movie mogul’s rage — and voracious sexual appetite.
The chauffeur — one of the few in Cannes willing to drive Weinstein around — said he was tasked with delivering women, both actresses and hookers, to the Hollywood horndog’s hotel.
“I felt like driving poor innocent people, innocent girls, taking them into the wolf’s mouth and I could not tell them ‘where you put your feet, it’s dangerous,’” he told French TV news network BFMTV.
The girls often came out of his hotel in tears in the morning, he said.
Weinstein often wooed women with the promise of silver-screen stardom — but didn’t always deliver, Chemloul says.
“The one that marked me the most was a girl who was a fan of him, who loved him, who followed him for years,” he told BTMTV.
“She gave her body, her soul, she gave everything to this gentleman because he promised her to make castings and make a film she never shot.”
Weinstein sometimes asked to be left alone in the back of the limo with women, he told French radio station RTL. Afterward, Chemloul would find tissues, condoms and “sometimes traces of illicit products.”
Chemloul wasn’t the only Cannes service worker who had to deal with “The Pig.”
“Oh, he was the ugly one who thought he was God,” a former housekeeper at the Majestic Hotel, where he often stays, told the Hollywood Reporter.
“He was very bossy. Men like George Clooney or Brad Pitt, they were such lovely men and so handsome. But not him. He was a mean pig.”
A spokesperson for Weinstein said, “There was never any altercation between the driver and Mr. Weinstein. The driver was terminated by the company because of his habit of speeding, many times as fast as 140 miles per hour. It is a fallacy that the driver procured any meetings of any kind with anyone for Mr. Weinstein or anyone else at the company. He was a driver and that was his sole task.”
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