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Israeli intelligence firm apologizes for taking Weinstein case, will donate earnings to organizations supporting sexual assault victims
Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube on Thursday provided its version to a New Yorker report that disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein had hired the company to locate and collect information on actresses and journalists who attempted to reveal his decades-long record of sexual assault and abuse.

 

“The company condemns any act of violence, particularly sexual harassment,” Black Cube said in a statement, “which is why the company will donate all its earnings from this case to organizations supporting sexual assault victims in Tel Aviv, London and New York.”

 

The company confirmed that its services were used by the American producer, but insisted that it did not act against his victims.