Harvey Weinstein Addresses Georgina Chapman's Decision to Leave Him

Hillary Clinton condemns Harvey Weinstein, does not say whether she'll donate his contributions

The actress added that she had been hesitant to speak out about her experience with Weinstein.

Weinstein and Chapman married in December, 2007, and have two children together - aged seven and four.

A spokesperson for USC confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the decision to nix Weinstein's endowment was made on Tuesday (Oct. 10) - the same day The New Yorker published a story that included three women's stories of being raped by Weinstein and the New York Times published a follow-up story detailing new allegations of harassment and coercion.

Weinstein has been silent on the accusations, but many in Hollywood were not.

In the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations lodged against Harvey Weinstein, the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts has decided not to accept a pledged $5 million endowment from the now-ousted executive of the Weinstein Company. In addition, Weinstein in June, 2004, gave $2,000 to Emanuel's congressional campaign fund. The model said she started singing then said she had to go. "Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time", Chapman told People.

The director left the meeting and Harvey asked me to stay and chat with him.

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Bob responded to the latest claims, calling his brother a 'very sick man' who has 'proven himself to be a world class liar'. "And we all need to build a culture - including by empowering our girls and teaching our boys decency and respect - so we can make such behaviour less prevalent in the future". "I felt guilty as if I did something wrong", she said.

"I was shocked and appalled by the revelations about Harvey Weinstein", Clinton said in a statement released by a spokesman, Nick Merrill. It's neither fair nor right, but it means that it matters that much more when celebrities are brave enough to speak out.

Her representative didn't immediately return a request for comment Wednesday.

The family-founded, 102-year-old jeweler was acquired in 1995 by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Company, has previously licensed collections for Zac Posen and Disney, and sells through a network of more than 200 of its own stores as well as other retailers.

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