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Weinstein to represent him, I would have declined, because I do not represent individuals accused of sex harassment.I only represent those who allege that they are victims of sexual harassment.” Bloom's announcement that she's resigning as Weinstein's advisor comes a day after her GMA appearance and after The Weinstein Company hired an outside attorney — John Kiernan of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP — to conduct an investigation of the allegations.“I have told him that times have changed, it is 2017, and he needs to evolve to a higher standard.I have found Harvey to be refreshingly candid and receptive to my message.The developments, along with the departure of yet another lawyer for Weinstein, are the latest fallout from allegations against the Oscar-winning producer that The New York Times detailed in an expose Thursday."My understanding is that Mr.Weinstein and his board are moving toward an agreement," Bloom said in announcing her resignation on Twitter. Lanny Davis, a lawyer who also was working with Weinstein, is no longer advising the producer, said a person familiar with the situation who was not authorized to speak publicly. President Donald Trump, preparing to board a helicopter to travel from the White House to a North Carolina fundraiser on Saturday, was asked by reporters to weigh in on the embattled Hollywood figure.
In April, she revealed that he and Jay-Z would be adapting her book “Suspicion Nation” into a TVminiseries.
After she described Weinstein's 30 years of behavior as "gross," Stephanopoulos said, "It's illegal." "Yes," Bloom said.