Newly-single Georgina Chapman is still looking grumpy over her estranged husband's recent scandal! The Marchesa designer was seen stepping out to run errands in New York City, while her ex, Harvey Weinstein, remains in rehab for his sex addiction. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to learn more.
Fashion designer Georgina Chapman, 41, may be a powerful, successful businesswoman on her own, but it seems the stress her husband's sex drama has brought on her career has started to take a toll on her.
During her latest outing in NYC, the brunette beauty was caught making all sorts of angry faces.
She wore an all-black outfit as she ran around the city looking glum.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Harvey Weinstein, 65, was accused of sexual misconduct, harassment and even rape by a myriad of women. Though he "unequivocally denied all allegations of non-consensual sex," the guilt was enough to send the former Hollywood producer straight to rehab.
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After news broke of Weinstein's alleged sick sex acts, Chapman decided to leave him and file a public apology to all of his husband's victims.
A source close to the style guru also said she was looking for a "crisis PR" in order to correctly manage the negative attention surrounding her brand.
"My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions," she said in a statement following the victims' allegations.
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