- Disgraced Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein is reportedly living in Arizona and periodically travelling around the country seeking sex addiction treatment.
- According to a New York Times report published Saturday, Weinstein spent some time at a sex rehab center outside Scottsdale, Arizona, that cost him $US58,000.
- Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment, assault, and rape by more than 70 women.
Harvey Weinstein has kept a low-profile since more than 70 women came foward last year accusing the once esteemed Hollywood movie producer of a wide range of sexual misdeeds, including harassment, assault, and rape.
Weinstein’s whereabouts the last few months haven’t been exactly clear, but thanks to a New York Times report published Saturday, we now have a better idea of what he’s been up to.
Since the flood of allegations against Weinstein surfaced last year, the film producer has spent much of his time in Scottsdale, Arizona. Weinstein reportedly lives with a roommate, wakes up early, and orders coffee and a green detox mix with kale and cucumber at a local juice shop as part of his daily morning routine.
A representative for Weinstein told The Times he’s also travelled throughout the US seeking sex addiction treatment.
One of the therapy programs in which Weinstein reportedly enrolled in Arizona is located just outside Scottsdale at an addiction-treatment center called Gentle Path at the Meadows. The center’s employees would not say whether Weinstein was a patient there, but local residents and associates of Weinstein confirmed his presence to The Times.
The treatment program at Gentle Path costs $US58,000 and lasts 45 days, although The Times said Weinstein didn’t stay for the full amount of time.
Patients in the program reportedly follow a strict schedule. They wake up at 6:30 a.m., meditate, attend group meetings as well as individual appointments with medical professionals, listen to lectures, participate in extracurricular activities such as yoga or tai chi, and go to sleep by 7 p.m, among other scheduled activities.
Weinstein isn’t the first celebrity to seek treatment at this particular facility. Selena Gomez, Rush Limbaugh, Tiger Woods, and Kevin Spacey are all previous clients, according to The Arizona Republic.
Though Weinstein appears to be living a somewhat tranquil life, he still faces a slew of allegations of sexual assault and rape that could amount to serious criminal charges. Prosecutors in Los Angeles, New York, and London are reportedly looking into some of the more serious claims made against Weinstein.
Earlier this week, the New York City Police Department said they have gathered “quite a bit of evidence” in a rape investigation and that it’s now up to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance to move forward with potential criminal charges.
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