Courtney Love Warns Women About Harvey Weinstein In 2005 Video
On-screen character Courtney Love, who was lead vocalist of grunge musical crew Hole, cautioned seeking performing artists in 2005 to avoid film maker Harvey Weinstein.
Performer Courtney Love, who was lead artist of grunge musical gang Hole, cautioned trying on-screen characters in 2005 to avoid film maker Harvey Weinstein.
TMZ discharged the video Saturday demonstrating a meeting with Love at a celebrity lane occasion for the Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson.
“Do you have any guidance for a young lady moving to Hollywood?” a questioner asks Love.
The vocalist delays for a minute, saying, “I’ll get criticized on the off chance that I say it,” before issuing a notice.
“In the event that Harvey Weinstein welcomes you to a private gathering in the Four Seasons, don’t go,” she rapidly says.
Weinstein has as of late been blamed by more than twelve ladies of lewd behavior and attack.
Love took to Twitter on Saturday to state she was “interminably prohibited” from discussing Weinstein by Creative Artists Agency, an ability and games office.