What Harvey Weinstein Is Doing Now

Sam Dangremond
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From Town & Country

Since media reports exposed decades of alleged abuse by Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood producer has reportedly been hiding out in Arizona.

The 65-year-old enrolled in a 45-day program at Gentle Path at the Meadows, an inpatient, male-only treatment center on 38 acres in Wickenburg, Arizona, the New York Times reports, noting that Weinstein didn't make it all 45 days. (Other clients at the facility, which charges $58,000 for 45 days of therapy, have reportedly included Tiger Woods and Kevin Spacey).

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There are 28 beds at the facility, and residents start their days with meditation after waking at 6:30 a.m. Weinstein, the Times says, "has been waking up early, checking in with his East Coast lawyers and then going down to a juice shop where he orders coffee and a green detox mix with kale and cucumber."

Weinstein's representative told Vanity Fair that he completed the 45-day program early and has been getting additional treatment for "anger management, nutrition, and several addiction-related behaviors."

According to the Los Angeles Times, Weinstein moved to a luxury apartment at the Optima Sonoran Village complex in Scottsdale, which boasts "an indoor lap pool, a 24-hour gym with an indoor basketball court, spas and concierge service." He's reportedly taken to the almond cookies at the health-food store on the apartment building's lower level, Kaleidoscope Juice.