The video shows Weinstein's sober coach quickly usher his client past him and then hold up his hands to prevent the men from filming any more of the scene. But, whatevs, that's NOT the point of this article.
Steve, who was sitting at a table with another man, first asked the tycoon to pose for a photo with him but the request was declined.
Initial reports stated that Steve tried to "punch" Weinstein, but neither of the blows landed. Video of the incident, obtained by TMZ, shows Weinstein stumbling in shock before gaining his footing.
The disgraced Hollywood producer had a run-in with an angry man while dining out in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Tuesday. "I would love to have a photo with you", Steve says in the audio clip. F**king with those women... The sober coach, a bald, goateed man in a black crew-neck shirt, puts his hand in front of the camera ineffectually, telling the person shooting, "Don't, don't, don't do that, man". According to Cole, if Weinstein were to file a complaint, the police would investigate the case as a misdemeanor assault.
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Weinstein declined to call the police and left the restaurant after the attack.
Weinstein was also fired from his film studio hours after he reportedly emailed a plea to Hollywood CEOs and moguls to prevent the ousting. Among the accusers were actresses Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek, Lupita Nyong'o and Gwyneth Paltrow.
A restaurant manager says neither attempted punch connected, and the guy was drunk and out of control.