Harvey Weinstein will end up on ‘suicide watch’ at Bellevue Hospital before he ‘sees a day in a prison cell,’ according to a janitor that spoke to Your Content exclusively following the fallen film mogul’s arrival.
“From what he’s been rambling on about for six to 7 hours per day is about how he’ll die before making it to any prison,’” the insider revealed to Your Content. “Now, he’ll probably wind up on suicide watch before seeing a day in a prison cell.”
Weinstein is guarded by approximately 12 armed prison guards from Rikers, according to the janitor, who noted security is pretty lenient on the floor. The staffer also added Weinstein has kept up with the presidential debates. However, he remains quiet during those programs.
“I had direct conversations with Harvey and he wasn’t making a lick of sense,” the insider continued. “He claims if he got in depth about his point he could ‘be shot in broad daylight’ and they’d rule it ‘accidental.'”
“What I found especially interesting was that they let him use his iPhone the night he was admitted and at-least on two other occasions where I saw the pass-off,” the source continued. “It wasn’t like they were hiding. It was in plain sight.”
Weinstein, according to a second source who verified the information, was heard moaning: “‘Now I know what Jesus was going through. I keep trying the truth and all they do is step on it.'”
“’I’m stuck under a game of ignorance under these little brained people,’” a visibly distraught Weinstein hollered to the closest nearby guard assigned to monitor the lard due to his flight risk. “’I’m not a teenybopper.’”
According to the staffer, Weinstein has repeatedly described the women who accused him of rape and sexually assaulting them as women of the night.
“‘Those women are nothing but prostitutes residing on the street,’” Weinstein allegedly whimpered to the guard outside of his heavily supervised wing. “’Everything they get they have to bite and scratch for. Believe me if I started raping that many women there’d be none of you left, I’d have children coming for the last 20 years.’”
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