Harvey Weinstein's attorney Lisa Bloom cut ties suddenly with her "radioactive" movie mogul client in a terse Saturday tweet.
"I have resigned as an advisor to Harvey Weinstein," wrote Bloom - ironically a women's rights advocate - who was brought in after the Miramax Films co-founder was accused by the NYT of spending decades sexually harassing the women he worked with. "My understanding is that Mr. Weinstein and his board are moving toward an agreement."
In a statement issued Thursday, Bloom said she was brought in to assist Harvey in using this "painful learning experience to grow into a better man." The attorney also promised that "I will continue to work with him personally for as long as it takes."
Apparently, it took 2 days.
Bloom did not elaborate what the agreement involving Weinstein might entail. Weinstein, 65, was suspended indefinitely Friday by company officials, including his brother Bob, amid devastating allegations of three decades of inappropriate behavior. Among those accusing Weinstein are actresses Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan.