Harvey Weinstein - the Hollywood producer accused of by multiple women of sexual assault - has been hit in the face twice while eating at a restaurant.
TMZ said the dark-haired man, who gave his name only as Steve, had earlier approached the dining Weinstein for a photo with him.
A civic-minded citizen walked up to Weinstein, and blasted him, saying: You're such a piece of shi* for what you did to these women.
The man reportedly told TMZ that Weinstein declined to take the picture and was being belligerent.
The video, acquired and discharged by TMZ, indicates Weinstein requesting that the companion not film him, while the calm mentor tries to hinder the camera. Around 9 pm, Steve and his male friend were leaving the restaurant, and he wandered over again to his table drunk after having too many drinks.
The restaurant manager claims Weinstein dodged two punches and nearly fell over as he stepped back.
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Weinstein has been living in Arizona at a rehab facility following accusations from almost 100 women that he sexually harassed/assaulted them.
Initial reports stated that Steve tried to "punch" Weinstein, but neither of the blows landed.
More than 80 women have come forward with accusations of inappropriate behaviour, rape and misconduct against Weinstein.
He denies all allegations of non-consensual sex.
Lt. Michael Cole, the department spokesperson told THR, Paradise Valley police know about the assault, but a complaint has not been filed yet.
Contrary to rumors that Weinstein was in Los Angeles during the Golden Globes last week, Weinstein's reps confirmed he was NOT in Hollywood, and was in Arizona the whole time.