Harvey Weinstein was in the process of selling two of his homes on the East Coast before multiple news outlets reported on allegations of by the Hollywood producer.
According to public records, Weinstein's four-bed, three-bath property in Westport, Connecticut, closed for $1.65 million on October 2 — just three days before the allegations surfaced in an investigative report by .
Photos of the mid-century modern estate were published on , a residential real estate website. The home features a chef’s kitchen, a master suite with a large sitting room and bath, a family room, and access to a swimming pool, golf course and tennis court. Records show the producer first purchased the house in 1995.
Weinstein also had an East Hamptons home on the market until recently. reported in July that the seven-bed, eight-and-a-half-bath home in Amagansett, New York, was listed for $12.4 million. Weinstein bought the 9,000-square-foot home in 2014 for $11.4 million, and he owned the property with his wife, Georgina Chapman.
“Unfortunately with our busy schedules we just don’t have time to go to Amagansett as much as we’d like,” Weinstein and Chapman said in an email to The Wall Street Journal.
The Hamptons estate is located across almost two acres on Gardiner’s Bay, and has a master suite with a private balcony, four additional family bedrooms, a two-bedroom guest or staff wing with a three-car garage, a screening room, gym and rooftop deck, according to The Journal.
A broker representing the Hamptons home said the property is no longer on the market.
Weinstein has a net worth with Chapman, according to . Chapman Wednesday she is leaving her husband after almost a decade of marriage.
On Sunday, Weinstein was from The Weinstein Company, which he co-founded with his brother Bob Weinstein in 2005. The Hollywood producer is behind box-office hits like Pulp Fiction, Shakespeare in Love, and Good Will Hunting.
Weinstein denied “many” of the earlier allegations of sexual harassment, and in a statement by a spokesperson earlier this week, "unequivocally denied" all allegations of non-consensual sex, adding that "there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances." View his full statement .