This sounds like a really crappy birthday party, just sayin’.
Of course if you’re hanging out with Hillary Clinton what do you expect?
Sure, but this one time a guest at my birthday party was violently assaulted, and I only learned about it 17 years later. pic.twitter.com/z4f8Dr3eA5
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) October 9, 2017
Seems Weinstein didn’t only attack women.
who among us
— BigMcLrgHuge (@BigMcLrgHuge) October 9, 2017
From The Daily Mail:
Award-winning actor Nathan Lane has spoken for the first time about an altercation he had with embattled film mogul Harvey Weinstein 17 years ago.
The incident in question occurred at a birthday party Weinstein threw for Hillary Clinton back in October 2000.
Lane was the master of ceremonies for the 53rd birthday party, which also served as a gala for Clinton given she was running for a US senate seat in New York at the time.
Weinstein apparently lashed out at Lane later in the night over a joke the actor had made about Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s comb-over.
Seems Lane did defend himself:
When Harvey Weinstein told Nathan Lane that he would destroy him: "You can’t hurt me, I don’t have a film career." #TNYfest
— New Yorker Live (@newyorkerlive) October 8, 2017
Lane with a great comeback that I really wish I could hear Nathan Lane actually say pic.twitter.com/H6c8I3GxRG
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 9, 2017
Takes a really horrible, awful person to attack someone like Nathan Lane. Of course we’re talking about Weinstein who allegedly sexually assaulted a plant so who knows.