Harvey Weinstein Slapped at Resort in Scottsdale

Harvey Weinstein Slapped at Resort in Scottsdale

One of the men at the table is telling a different story than restaurant management.

The website reported that the 65-year-old was having dinner with his sober coach at Elements restaurant at the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort when he was approached by a fellow diner named Steve.

She told TMZ that Weinstein was actually "very sweet about it" and told the man, "I'd rather not take a picture right now".

His psychologist told TMZ that Weinstein was focused on "dealing with his anger, his attitude toward others, boundary work and the beginnings of work on empathy" during their sessions together and that Weinstein was "invested in the program". The guy, calling himself Steve, claims he went to Weinstein's table to tell him how much he loved the guy's movies.

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However, the restaurant's manager countered that neither of Steve's hits - which appear in the video to be backhanded slaps on the cheek - connected with Weinstein.

The manager also reportedly claims that Weinstein was polite about originally declining to take a picture with the man.

"You're such a piece of [expletive] for what you did to these women", he reportedly said before punching Weinstein in the face, twice. While the slight slaps seem to stagger the disgraced mogul, his reps tell us that Weinstein "is still OK and in good spirits" and that no police report was filed.

Harvey Weinstein braved heading out from behind closed doors after being accused by multiple women of sexual abuse, harassment and rape late past year.

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