Harvey Weinstein pulls $12.4 million mansion from market amid sexual misconduct scandal

Harvey Weinstein pulls $12.4 Million Mansion from Market Amid Sexual Misconduct Scandal

23.10.17

Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has pulled his $12.4 million Hamptons mansion from the market after fallout from sexual assault allegations against him.

The man behind movies such as Pulp Fiction and Shakespeare in Love has been hit with a torrent of accusations of sexual misconduct over the past month.

A number of big names have spoken out about alleged sexual misconduct including Rose McGowan and Kate Beckinsale. Mr Weinstein has denied all accusations of sexual assault, but this month the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences dumped the award-winning producer. He was also fired from his own company, Weinstein Co., earlier this month.

Now, in a move understood to be connected to the public outcry against the shamed producer, the property has been stripped from public listings.

Mr. Weinstein and his wife Georgia Chapman, co-designer behind luxury brand Marchesa, originally put their beach mansion in Amagansett, New York, on the market last year.

Mr. Weinstein bought the mansion only three years ago for $11.65 million. The gated estate holds the 9,000-square-foot shingle-style home built in 2000, a heated pool and three-car garage.

The main house has a contained two-bedroom staff or guest wing with a separate entrance as well as what the listing described as ‘one of the best screening rooms in the Hamptons’.

The price had been slashed twice during this time, but now, a week after Mrs Chapman announced she was leaving the scandal-surrounded movie mogul, it has been yanked from the property market.

Two brokers from Sotheby’s International Realty, Frank Newbold and Beate V. Moore, were marketing the home. But now it has been removed from the brokerage’s website and no longer appears on listing sites such as Realtor and Zillow.

It is unknown if the Mr Weinstein and Mrs Chapman are still intending to sell the mansion as the producer’s team has not yet commented.

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