NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 24: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and producer Harvey Weinstein attend the TIME 100 Gala, TIME'S 100 Most Influential People In The World, cocktail party at Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 24, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for TIME)
Facing accusations of sexual misconducts that goes back for years, famed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is out at the company he created with his brother according to a report from Variety.
A big donor to Democrat causes, Weinstein was well-known for rubbing elbows with politicians like Hillary Clinton and other Democrats, many of who, have remained silent on Weinstein's sins.
In the photo posted above, Clinton can be seen partying with Weinstein at Time's 100 Gala, which celebrated Time's 100 most influential people in the world in 2012 in New York City.
Attorney Lisa Bloom, who defended the producer to the New York Times on Thursday tweeted her resignation as his adviser on Saturday.
Bloom, who made her career defending women from men like Weinstein, was called a hypocrite for representing the Hollywood super producer as an adviser. Bloom's mother, Gloria Allred said she would not have accepted the job defending Weinstein from the allegations.
More stories of Weinstein's sleaziness have surfaced, including one from Lauren Sivan, a local New York TV news anchor at the time. She said that Weinstein cornered her in a hallway of a New York restuarant and forced her to watch him masturbate a decade ago. She said that Weinstein quickly "ejaculated quickly into a potted plant" at Cafe Socialista.
She says she told friends about the incident at the time, but didn't go public, fearing Weinstein's influence in the industry.
The Weinstein Company announced Sunday evening that Harvey would no longer be a part of the company.