Harvey Weinstein was spotted meeting with his private detective in the oh-so-clandestine location of . . . Grand Central Terminal.
Spies told Page Six that the disgraced mogul was at Cipriani Dolci — on the mezzanine of the concourse — Wednesday afternoon wearing a black T-shirt, jeans and sunglasses.
The spy told us, “I hardly recognized [Weinstein]. He looks like he’s aged 15 years. [He wasn’t] walking well.” The spy added, “Harvey stopped at the bar with a group of guys, walked away to another table to make a phone call, and then rejoined them. I couldn’t hear what they were talking about but they were fawning over him.”
Weinstein had left by the time Page Six arrived on the scene.
When we approached the group he had been with, they denied knowing who Weinstein was, but a source in Weinstein’s camp later confirmed that indeed the accused producer had been there to meet with one of the men, PI Herman Weisberg.
Weisberg is a former NYPD detective who has been described as Weinstein’s “secret weapon” in the movie man’s attempt to beat multiple sex assault charges.
Weisberg is managing director of Sage Intelligence, which offers investigative services including criminal litigation, evidence gathering and witness interviews, infidelity surveillance, undercover operations, bug sweeps and trade secret protection investigations.
The source close to Weinstein said that the pair had prescheduled a brief meeting.
When we later called one of the other members of the group, after confirming Weinstein was at the gathering, the man — a lawyer — repeatedly called a Page Six reporter a “c - - t,” said we could be “bought,” and made thinly veiled threats of reprisals, including, “Before you do this, think carefully about who you are and who we are,” and hung up. (We are indeed thinking carefully as to whether a lawyer may regret making such a threat.)
Weinstein’s trial was recently pushed back to June.
His rep didn’t comment.
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