De la Huerta filed her sexual assault lawsuit against Weinstein last year; her new complaint, which adds Disney, Iger, and former Disney chairman Michael Eisner, says Eisner and Iger “made a series of decisions that allowed a range of actions by Harvey Weinstein that unacceptably harmed certain employees of Miramax.”
When this CEO stepped down, it sent shockwaves through the business and entertainment community. It was immediate and unprecedented. It also came after a meeting with a global security firm advising him what to do in regards to the foreign money makers he was forced to shut down. He concluded things were going to hell in a hurry and he didn’t want to be associated with the company when it crashed and burned. He will be ready to be its Phoenix though after it is all over.
The dirt must flow
In a special edition of ET airing on Monday, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s shocking exit from the royal family. Plus, all the drama that’s unfolded beyond the gates of Buckingham Palace since the two announced their plans to become financially independent from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles.
ET’s Royal Revolution: Harry & Meghan On Their Own was shot on location in London, England, and Vancouver, Canada. The special features interviews with experts like DailyMail.com’s Editor-at-Large Piers Morgan, who has been following Meghan and Harry’s life in the spotlight extensively, along with insight from those who have worked with the royal family for years, including Simone Simmons, former psychic of the late Princess Diana.
Throughout the special, ET will also unveil details on everything from the mental health docu-series Prince Harry is co-creating with Oprah, to the conversations Meghan has had with industry heavyweights like Bob Iger (Walt Disney Company Chairman & CEO) about a potential return to her acting career in Hollywood. Plus, how will all this affect baby Archie?