Malia Obama risk being dragged into Harvey Weinstein debacle

Malia Obama risk being dragged into Harvey Weinstein debacle

- In the middle of the abuse scandal surrounding producer Harvey Weinstein, it seems like another key witness has arisen

- Malia Obama will probably be called to court after it was revealed she did an internship with Harvey’s production company for three months

Obama’s eldest daughter might have important information that could help in the case being built against Harvey Weinstein.

Earlier this month, the whole country was left in shock and disbelief after one of the most respected producers of Hollywood was accused by several women of abuse and harassment.

The man was said to be a sexual predator, often engaging young and inexperienced actresses in what he made seem like a job interview and later he would make advances on them.

At least 60 women came forward to testify against Harvey, including actresses Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Asia Argento, who revealed she was raped by the man.

Five other women stated that Harvey raped them.

A new class action is being currently prepared against Weinstein and his company, and Malia Obama will be subpoenaed for a deposition, meaning, she will be called to testify under oath, in court proceedings.

The 19-year-old girl did an internship with The Weinstein Company for three months before going to Harvard.

Now, the lawyers at The Armenta Law firm want to know more about what the girl saw or heard while working behind closed doors with the production company.

There’s a theory going around suggesting that Malia might have been aware of the allegations Weinstein was facing and she informed her father of it, which could have been a decisive step to bring down Harvey’s lies.

The Obamas released a statement after the allegations were made public condemning Harvey’s misconduct, even though the man was a constant supporter of the Democratic Party and Obama’s government.

They said:

‘Michelle and I have been disgusted by the recent reports about Harvey Weinstein. Any man who demeans and degrades women in such fashion needs to be condemned and held accountable, regardless of wealth or status.’

We’re pretty sure Malia will accept to offer any kind of information she may have on the issue.

Weinstein has to pay for the crimes he committed after all these years.

The women that shared their stories of abuse with the world are brave warriors and they deserve justice.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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