Harvey Weinstein enjoys lunch out during his endless 'rehab' stay WITHOUT a disguise - just days after it was announced the DA is no longer pursuing rape charges
- Harvey Weinstein was spotted at lunch in Glendale, Arizona on Monday?
- And unlike his prior excursions he ate lunch without putting on a clever disguise?
- The 65-year-old dined with an unidentified dark-haired woman at an Italian joint
- On Friday the Manhattan DA announced it's no longer pursuing rape charges against him?
Harvey Weinstein was spotted out to lunch and away from his rehabilitation facility with an unidentified female companion on Monday.
And unlike the last few times the fallen mogul has stepped out into the public eye, this time he did it without any of his clever disguises, TMZ reported.?
The 65-year-old was spotted dining in a Los Angeles Dodgers T-shirt, despite being in enemy territory at Babbo Italian Eatery in Glendale, Arizona.?
The restaurant is just 40 minutes outside Phoenix where the Arizona Diamondbacks - the Dodgers rival team- plays.?
His lady friend was equally casual in a fuchsia workout top and a pair of Nike joggers.?
Harvey Weinstein was spotted out to lunch and away from his rehabilitation facility with an unidentified female companion on Monday
And unlike the last few times the fallen mogul has stepped out into the public eye, this time he did it without any of his clever disguises, TMZ reported
The 65-year-old was spotted dining in a Los Angeles Dodgers T-shirt, despite being in enemy territory at Babbo Italian Eatery in Glendale, Arizona (pictured)?
Weinstein and the raven-haired woman had the entire restaurant to themselves, and likely dined on lasagna or a calzone, a couple of Babbo's specialties, while watching the Cardinals play the Rams.?
TMZ noted that he looked slimmer than he looked before going into rehabilitation - and despite the restaurant's extensive wine list stayed away from all alcoholic beverages.
Weinstein has only been spotted a handful of time since he fled New York City the day after he was first accused of assault and harassment in a New York Times expose.
He was seen slurping on some soup at Chestnut, a farm-to-table restaurant in Phoenix in early November and then in California a week later. Throughout the mean he managed to keep a low profile despite the fact that over 100 women have now accused him of sexual harassment and/or assault.
That feat was accomplished in large part because of his disguise, with Weinstein wearing a blond wig over his bald head and orange makeup covering his face before heading out in public.?
His guest also appeared to be wearing a wig, with the man keeping a hand on the side of his head during their meal.?
Weinstein has only been spotte a few toehr times since fleeing New York City the day after he was first accused of assault and harassment, but usually wears some sort of disguise to keep people from noticing him. His lack of disguise Monday might be due to the fact that the Manhattan District Attorney's office is no longer pursuing a rape case against the fallen mogul (he is pictured in 2015)?
But his lack of disguise might be because the Manhattan District Attorney's office announced Friday it is no longer pursuing a rape case against Weinstein.
Goldberg said that despite meeting with her client twice and subpoenaing thousands of documents to back up her claims, Cy Vance and the district attorney's office have said they will not present the case to a grand jury.?
TMZ noted that he looked slimmer than he looked before going into rehabilitation - and despite the restaurant's extensive wine list stayed away from all alcoholic beverages. He is pictured in 2015
CBS, which is developing a show based on Goldberg's work representing victims of online harassment and sexual assault, did not name their sources.?
The district attorney's office was quick to shoot this down however, stating: 'This remains very much an active investigation. We’ll decline further comment.'
A spokesperson for the DA who spoke with DailyMail.com further explained: 'The reports of it "stalling" are not accurate.'?
This news comes almost one month after a report emerged claiming that the district attorney's?office was looking to present a case the following week to the the grand jury in hopes of indicting Weinstein on a number of charges stemming from his alleged rapes of actress de la Huerta in 2010.
'We have a credible and detailed narrative, and even though the incident occurred seven years ago there has been corroboration from a number of individuals,' said Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce around that time.
He went on to reveal that investigators contacted the district attorney's office soon after they interviewed de la Huerta and 'started working the case together.'?
Weinstein is accused of sexually assaulting the actress on two occasions, but has denied any and all allegations of non-consensual sex through his spokesperson.?
The actress reported the incidents to authorities on October 25, and was found to be a strong and credible witness.???
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