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Harvey Weinstein 'might be a danger to himself' according to 911 call


Los Angeles Police responded to a call from Harvey Weinstein’s daughter's house Wednesday morning, writes the New York Daily News. They reported that around 10:30 am “a 911 caller claimed a man at the address might be a danger to himself.” TMZ named that caller as Weinstein's daughter Remy, and said she was referring to her father.

Reports also stated that Weinstein and his daughter were in a heated argument that put them on the street in front of her house.

Some reaction to the reports started getting attention on social media:

Neither TMZ or the New York Daily News could confirm whether Weinstein is depressed, or if the call from his daughter Remy was due to a heated family dispute.

Weinstein, the famous film producer and movie executive, is the latest celebrity entangled in sexual assault scandal. Rumors circulated Hollywood for years before reports in the New York Times and New Yorker came out over the past week. Weinstein denies some rape claims, but celebrities who have worked with him have continued coming forward and revealing more about his abuse.

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