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Disney heiress says the company ignored Weinstein’s predations


The granddaughter of the Walt Disney Company’s co-founder has accused the company of turning a blind eye to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct, as the disgraced mogul’s youngest accuser press forward in her lawsuit naming Disney.

Outspoken heiress Abigail Disney claimed in an interview with Rolling Stone that ‘Harvey was an open secret’ when Disney owned Weinstein’s Miramax studio from 1993 to 2010.

Abigail Disney spoke out in connection with a lengthy profile of Kaja Sokola, who was just 16 in September 2002, when she says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in his New York apartment.

Sokola has one of the last pending misconduct lawsuits against Weinstein, which she filed in 2019 — and which also accuses Disney of failing to investigate or stop Weinstein.

Kaja Sokola was just 16 in September 2002, when she says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in his New York apartment

Kaja Sokola was just 16 in September 2002, when she says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in his New York apartment

Outspoken heiress Abigail Disney claimed in an interview with Rolling Stone that 'Harvey was an open secret' when Disney owned Weinstein's Miramax studio

Outspoken heiress Abigail Disney claimed in an interview with Rolling Stone that ‘Harvey was an…



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