Harvey Weinstein may have suffered concussion while jailed …www.foxnews.com › harvey-weinstein-reportedly-miserable-on-rikers-is…Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein has two cellmates on #Rikers Island, where he took a bad fall this weekend and is “#miserable,” his spokesman said. The #disgraced-movie-mogul is housed in the North Infirmary Command with two “older gentlemen,” his spokesman Juda Engelmayer said.
I can’t say I feel sorry off the #Hollywood-Hog. What he is experiencing is just some of what his victims went through after he #attack/assaulted them.
Hopefully, the fall he took is just the beginning of #bad-luck for the Hollywood Hog.
It is quite common for scumbags that get sent up for sexual crimes are at the receiving end of #jail-hose-retribution; especially if they are a celebrity. I hope Wineburger is one of the most highly decorated #recipients of the #jailhouse-good-will.
Pitch in and pass this information around to everyone you know. It is going to take a team effort to kill this monster .
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