Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood producer who was accused for sexual harassment from more than 30 ladies has resigned from the Directors Guild of America. DGA removed him from it’s website on Monday and they are not ready currently for commenting on anything regarding this action.
DGA spokesperson revealed in his statement recently, "Harvey Weinstein resigned from his membership from the DGA, effective today." In October, the DGA organised a board meeting for the discussion of accusations made on Harvey Weinstein for sexual harassment and assault allegations.
The DGA said eight days later: "The DGA has a long-standing practice of not commenting on internal union matters, but has decided to make an exception in this case to acknowledge the filing of charges. However, because of due process concerns that are a part of federal requirements for labor unions, the DGA cannot comment further."
Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Kate Beckinsale, Heather Graham, Rose McGowan, Cara Delevingne, Mira Sorvino, and Lupita Nyong'o are the few ladies among 34 who accused the producer for harassing them.
Harvey Weinstein is an American film producer. Miramax, an entertinment company was co-founded by the Weinstein and his brother. Also, the producer has been produced several indepndent films.