Weinstein’s Assistant Allegedly Forced to ‘Clean Up the Semen’

Wow, you could not pay me enough money to be Harvey Weinstein’s assistant.

According to the lawsuit against the former movie mogul, his assistant claims that after his sexual encounters, she was forced to ‘clean up the semen up to three times a week.’

Sandeep Rehal was only 26-years-old when she was hired on at the Weinstein Company. She was subject to harassment, inappropriate touches, derogatory name calling, and comments like, “What’s wrong…is the tampon up too far today?”

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“As Ms. Rehal soon learned, Harvey Weinstein’s assistants were expected to be available at all times; there was no boundary between Harvey Weinstein’s work life and personal life,“ the lawsuit continues, “Much of Ms. Rehal’s work as an employee of TWC involved catering to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual appetites and activities, and catering to his demeaning and often abusive family members.”

The lawsuit also says that Weinstein was relentless in his sexual advances towards her, grabbing her thighs and butt.

“Another ‘task’ Ms. Rehal was forced to do to aid Harvey Weinstein’s sexual encounters was to clean up the semen on the couch in Harvey Weinstein’s office,” the lawsuit claims, “She also had to pick up his used condom, and clean up rooms before housekeeping personnel would do their work.”

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