Bob Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment from a female showrunner who worked with The Weinstein Company back in 2016.
As Variety reports:
Amanda Segel, an executive producer of “Mist,” said Weinstein repeatedly made romantic overtures to her and asked her to join him for private dinners. The harassment began in the summer of 2016 and continued on and off for about three months until Segel’s lawyer, David Fox of Myman Greenspan, informed TWC executives — including COO David Glasser — that she would leave the show if Bob Weinstein did not stop contacting her on personal matters.
As the thousands of timepieces at WatchTime New York make their way back to Switzerland, the boutiques they came from, or on to the wrists of the record number of attendees, the WatchTime staff has already begun reflecting on this year’s fair. It was our most successful to date, with a record number of brands and knowledgable watch enthusiasts showing off their passion for timekeeping. While we have plenty of thoughts about the show, we’d love to hear from all of our readers that attended this year’s fair. Feel free to sound off in the comments about anything you liked or disliked, want more of or less of. For those that couldn’t make it to Gotham Hall for this year’s fair, here are a few of our favorite images from the weekend and we hope to see you this time next year.
Russell Westbrook will eventually be getting his own on-court signature sneaker. In the meantime, in between time, it’s safe to say Brodie will have the three Air Jordan 32 Russell Westbrook Player Exclusives in his rotation all season long.
The three PE colorways of the Air Jordan 32 come in White/Blue/Orange, Orange/Blue/White as well as a Triple Black finish. The first two match up nicely with the his team’s colorway, while the Triple Black pair appears to be the more versatile from the three. Which pair from the three do you like the most? See them all in action beginning this Thursday as Westbrook and the Thunder take the floor against the New York Knicks.