Harvey Weinstein’s counsel allegedly donated $10G to Manhattan DA

Shortly after Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. declined to pursue passionate attack charges against Harvey Weinstein in 2015, the producer’s counsel allegedly donated $10,000 to the DA’s office.

David Boies, Weinstein’s personal layer, forsaken $10,000 in Aug 2015, according to the International Business Times.

Four months earlier, Vance’s bureau announced that Weinstein would face no charges after being accused of groping a immature Italian model.

Ambra Battilana, then 22, claimed in Mar 2015 that she met Weinstein at the red-carpet premiere of his Radio City “New York Spring Spectacular.” He then invited her back to his Manhattan bureau to speak business, she said.

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At that point, Battilana said, the married father-of-five groped her breasts and reached up her skirt.

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Harvey Weinstein’s counsel allegedly donated $10,000 to the Manhattan DA after his bureau declined to pursue passionate attack charges.

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“He asked if her breasts were genuine before touching them,” a police source told the Daily News at the time.

“She asked him to stop, and he put his palm up her skirt. He asked for a kiss; she responded ‘No.’”

The indication reported the attack to NYPD that night and met with Assistant District Attorney Martha Bashford, arch of the DA’s Sex Crimes Unit, shortly after.

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In a call set up by NYPD between Weinstein and Battilana, the writer didn’t repudiate touching her, a source informed with the available review told The News.

MILAN, ITALY - JULY 19:  Ambra Battilana speaks to watchful media outward the building after the verdicts in the 'Ruby bis' case on Jul 19, 2013 in Milan, Italy. Nicole Minetti, Emilio Fede and Lele Mora were found guilty of helping and helping in the buying of prostititutes for 'bunga bunga' parties held by former Italian primary apportion Silvio Berlusconi. (Photo by Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images)

MILAN, ITALY – JULY 19: Ambra Battilana speaks to watchful media outward the building after the verdicts in the ‘Ruby bis’ case on Jul 19, 2013 in Milan, Italy. Nicole Minetti, Emilio Fede and Lele Mora were found guilty of helping and helping in the buying of prostititutes for ‘bunga bunga’ parties held by former Italian primary apportion Silvio Berlusconi. (Photo by Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images)

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April 1, 2015: Front page of the New York Daily News about Ambra Battilana refuting claims of extort against Harvey Weinstein. Headline: I'm Not Afraid Of You, Harvey!.

April 1, 2015: Front page of the New York Daily News about Ambra Battilana refuting claims of extort against Harvey Weinstein. Headline: “I’m Not Afraid Of You, Harvey!”.

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Ambra Battilana, then 22, claimed in Mar 2015 that Weinstein groped her breasts and reached up her dress in his Manhattan office.

In early April, the case was forsaken amid credit issues; Battilana had lied to investigators about a passionate attribute with a 70-year-old man in Italy who paid her with jewelry, costly tanning cream and a car.

“We are gratified this part is behind us,” Risa Heller, a mouthpiece for Weinstein, pronounced at the time.

The news of Boies’ reported concession comes the same day as an bomb New York Times essay filled with accusations from a horde of women, including Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan, that Weinstein done neglected passionate advances over mixed decades.

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The “Gangs of New York” writer certified that he had acted inappropriately.

A mouthpiece for Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance, Jr., pictured, told the Daily News that David Boeis did not represent Weinstein in the investigation.

A mouthpiece for Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance, Jr., pictured, told the Daily News that David Boeis did not represent Weinstein in the investigation.

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“I conclude the way I’ve behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and we unequivocally apologize for it. Though I’m trying to do better, we know we have a prolonged way to go,” Weinstein pronounced in a statement.

In a matter to The News, Vance’s communications executive pronounced that Boies did not represent Weinstein in the Battilana investigation.

“This is false,” Joan Vollero said.

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A mouthpiece for Boies told The News that the profession was a believer of Vance “long before 2015” and never spoke to the DA about Weinstein.

The news of Boies’ concession to the DA’s bureau also comes just days after Vance returned a $31,000 grant from President Trump’s profession done in 2013 after the DA upheld on prosecuting Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. for allegedly duping impending buyers in a unsuccessful Manhattan plan called Trump Soho.

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