The Most Shocking Things We Learned In She Said, The Tell-All Book About The Harvey Weinstein Exposé
Weinstein said it was his mission to “conquer women” daily.
Weinstein asked unimaginable things of his employees.
Those who survived the Weinstein Company formed a club.
An intelligence firm tried to hinder the Times investigation.
Rose McGowan was the first person to speak to the Times reporters.
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner had the ultimate connections.
The Jade Egg controversy almost eclipsed Gwyneth Paltrow’s speaking out.
Ashley Judd only agreed to go on the record 48 hours before the article’s release.
Harvey Weinstein once punched his brother, Bob, in the face during a meeting.
Lisa Bloom wanted Weinstein to emerge from this a hero.
The day the article came out, she wrote in an email to the Weinstein Company board, “This is the worst day. This is the day the New York Times came out with a largely false and defamatory piece.” After the book came out, Bloom apologized in a tweet, citing her “three decades fighting mostly for the underdogs against the powerful.” But She Said shows how good Bloom is at preparing for, then planning, the perfect media-ready apology.