HARVEY WEINSTEIN: Having a “Miserable” Time in Prison

HARVEY WEINSTEIN: Having a “Miserable” Time in Prison

We have more details on Harvey Weinstein‘s fall in prison.

His spokesperson Juda Engelmayer tells Page Six the convicted rapist can’t walk well and doesn’t have a walker in jail. During his trial, Weinstein used a walker to get around. On Saturday night, he took a tumble after trying to walk on his own. “He fell on his head and thinks he has a concussion,” his spokesman says. “His head has been pounding since yesterday.”

Weinstein, who underwent a heart procedure last Wednesday,  has a wheelchair but finds it difficult to use, Engelmayer says.

As for his attitude, his spokesman says, “He’s miserable but trying to be optimistic as best he can. He has had a lot of time to think about his life and be humbled, but he thinks it’s going to be a long, uphill battle from here.”

Weinstein is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday. He’s facing 29 years in prison.

Hot Takes:

  • Are we supposed to feel bad for him?
  • His sentencing should be interesting.
  • He’ll probably do anything not to be put into general population.