High-profile plaintiffs lawyer Lisa Bloom—in a move away from her usual role representing women alleging sexual assault—is advocating for Academy Award-winning film producer Harvey Weinstein as his “feminist adviser.”

Weinstein was the subject of an investigative report Thursday by The New York Times about his alleged sexual harassment of younger women. Weinstein, whom the Times’ story depicts as pursuing sexual favors from vulnerable, young women who had come to him to advance their movie-making careers, has denied the claims.

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