UPDATE 6.29 PM: A source at the venue tells Radar it was Weinstein daughter’s birthday and he dropped her off. The source said Harvey and his estranged wife, Georgina Chapman, never spoke — nor are they reconciling. “Georgina supervised,” a source said.
After Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women, his gorgeous wife of ten years, Georgina Chapman, kicked him to the curb. But now, it appears the estranged couple could be back together. In RadarOnline.com’s exclusive photos, the disgraced movie mogul, 66, secretly reunited with his fashion designer ex, 41, at a horse ranch in Westport, Connecticut on August 30. Until the shocking, hush-hush rendezvous, the former pair had not been spotted together since he was first accused of rape nearly a year ago. Check out Radar’s gallery of the covert couple’s meeting.
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Weinstein arrived to the Fairfield County Hunt Club after spending the afternoon with his kids at an ice cream store.
The shamed mogul wore an ankle monitor, which he is required to wear as part of his $1 million bail on sex assault charges.
Weinstein secretly met up with Chapman at the ranch following his daddy duties.
In Radar’s exclusive video, Weinstein was spotted looking glum while talking on the phone. Chapman, however, appeared to be in good spirits as she chatted with a girlfriend.
Weinstein shares daughter India, 8, and son Dashiell, 5, with Chapman.
The former film producer has pleaded not guilty to six felony sex crimes: two counts of predatory sexual assault, two counts of rape, one first-degree criminal sex act charge and one criminal sex act in connection to three separate incidents in New York.
He has denied any nonconsensual sexual behavior, though in a shocking interview, he said he regularly would exchange sex with women for film roles.
Chapman, who has claimed she had no clue about any of her ex’s shocking behavior, went into hiding for months following the allegations. “All the women who have been hurt deserve dignity and respect, so I want to give it the time it deserves. It’s a time for mourning, really,” she told Vogue in May.
Weinstein was spotted in Radar’s exclusive photos chomping on potato chips with cheese in Westport last week.
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