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The WrapBeverly Hills PD Not Looking Into Harvey Weinstein Scandal: ‘No One Has Filed a Complaint Yet’

Beverly Hills PD Not Looking Into Harvey Weinstein Scandal: ‘No One Has Filed a Complaint Yet’

While police in New York and London have rushed to investigate the explosive allegations brought forth in a New York Times exposé last week about film mogul Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long sexual misconduct, the Beverly Hills Police Department has yet to launch an investigation into any of the..

Reported by The Wrap • Thursday, October 12, 2017

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