Harvey Weinstein wears disguise to go out to dinner, report says

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Harvey Weinstein

By Globe Staff 

Harvey Weinstein wore a disguise — blond wig and a baseball hat — to conceal his identity while out to eat in Arizona the other night.

The Hollywood mogul, who’s accused of sexually harassing or assaulting dozens of woman over several decades, has been in the Grand Canyon State for three weeks getting unspecified treatment in the wake of allegations that he’s been harassing and abusing women for years.


But, according to TMZ, Weinstein’s outpatient status allowed him to grab a bite at Chestnut Fine Food & Provisions in Phoenix. TMZ posted a picture of Weinstein — wearing a wig and a black baseball cap — eating with another man. A rep for the restaurant has confirmed to The Arizona Republic that the disgraced movie executive had been in to eat, but servers didn’t realize it was him until TMZ posted the picture.

Meanwhile, a rep for Kevin Spacey says the “House of Cards” actor is also seeking “treatment” following allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted young men, including actor Anthony Rapp, who told BuzzFeed that Spacey made a sexual advance toward him in 1986, when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26.