Harvey Weinstein, 65, co-founder of Miramax and co-chairman of The Weinstein Company. Had received a battering in the media lately in regard to apparent sexual assaults. The allegations come from A-list celebrities such as Meryl Streep, Dame Judi Dench, Kate Winslet and more are coming forward with Weinstein accused of harassing, groping and raping them. Celebrities, such as Ewan McGregor are taking to Twitter and going so far as to call Weinstein a “bully” with George Clooney joining in stating that the allegations are “indefensible” and “disturbing on a whole lot of levels.” As a result of the accusations, Weinstein has been fired from his production company, and his wife Georgina Chapman has left him.

Cara Delevingne, model turned actress, is now another high-profile celebrity

Cara has come forward alleging that Weinstein tried to force her and another individual to take part in a threesome with him. Delevingne first spoke out on Instagram and attached an image saying “DON’T BE ashamed of your story IT WILL INSPIRE OTHERS,” along with a lengthy and well-detailed caption highlighting her horrific and traumatic experience with Weinstein. Apparently, she received unprofessional and uncomfortable phone calls from Weinstein, questioning her about who she’s had sex with and that if she were really gay then she would not make it as an actress in Hollywood.

Sources from TMZ

Sources told TMZ some things, which indicate that Harvey Weinstein may be travelling to Europe to seek sex addiction treatment, but it is unclear as to whether this is a definite form of action by Weinstein.

Will he be going to Europe at all, as other sources speculate that he will be travelling to a specialist clinic in Arizona to seek treatment? This type of treatment could cost as much as $37,000 per month.

Reports are stating that Harvey Weinstein could be found guilty and serve a prison sentence from anywhere between five to 25 years for the sexual harassment allegations made against him, if the women are brave and willing enough to come forward that is.

As Cara Delevingne stated, “I felt guilty as though I did something wrong.” As with most Sexual Assault cases, it is usually the victim that feels guilty, shameful and embarrassed to come out. They fear damaging their reputation and doing more harm to their family and to themselves. It is not fully known how many women Harvey Weinstein has sexually abused and harassed over the decades.