Jason Priestley, who played Shannon Doherty’s great person twin sibling on the ’90s arrangement Beverly Hills, 90210, claims that he once punched Harvey Weinstein amid an encounter at a 1995 Golden Globes party facilitated by Miramax, an organization the maker had helped to establish and co-oversaw at the time.
Weinstein, who has stood out as truly newsworthy lately finished various affirmations of sexual offense, has not remarked on the on-screen character’s comments and asserted occurrence. E! News has connected with his rep for input.
“’95 Golden Globes… at the Miramax Party… Harvey revealed to me I needed to clear out… I was leaving when he got me by the arm and stated, ‘What’s happening with you?’ I stated, ‘You disclosed to me leave, I’m leaving,'” Priestley, 48, tweeted on Friday.
‘I didn’t state you needed to leave,’ he answered. ‘You just instructed me to clear out… directly over yonder,’ I let him know by and by. Getting warmed at this point.
He at that point gets me more tightly and says, ‘For what reason don’t we go outside and discuss this.’ That was all I expected to hear.”
“‘I’m not running anyplace with you,’ I said as I drove him back and punched him with a correct hand to his face,” Priestley composed. “All of a sudden, there were security protects pulling us separated and I was escorted out of the party…”
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Priestley made his remarks after kindred Canadian star Tara Strong referenced the claimed episode while tweeting a message of sensitivity towards Mira Sorvino after she reacted to a report that cited Peter Jackson as saying Weinstein’s organization had boycotted her and Ashley Juddfrom working on Lord of the Rings.
His rep said Weinstein had no contribution to the throwing. Both Sorvino and Judd are two of no less than 50 ladies who has blamed the maker for rape and badgering. He has denied participating in non-consensual sex.
The performing artist had gone to the 1995 Golden Globes service with then-sweetheart Christine Elise, who played Emily Valentine on Beverly Hills, 90210.