Harvey Weinstein Made List of 91 People to Target in Bid to Suppress Harassment Allegations

Newly revealed secret list seems to denote targeting priorities for hired consultants, like Israel's Black Cube

Harvey Weinstein attends the Middle East International Film Festival in Abu Dhabi, October 15, 2007.
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Harvey Weinstein compiled a list of 91 actors and other professionals from the film industry for targeting, in order to ensure his sexual misconduct remained secret, say reports from The Guardian and The Observer.

The newly revealed list was given to teams hired by Weinstein to quash claims against him. These teams included intelligence firms like the Israeli Black Cube agency.

The spreadsheet, obtained by The Observer, includes the names of industry stars like Rose McGowan, Laura Madden, and Sophie Dix, all of whom have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment.

The list includes individuals from London, New York, and Los Angeles, with names of both men and women. Color coding likely denotes prioritization for Weinstein's team.