OK, maybe that's not a fair assessment of the situation. Not only has he graduated early from rehab, but he's also seeking additional therapy for "anger management, nutrition, and several addiction related behaviors." Nutrition? That clears up so much. You guys, Harvey Weinstein went on a juice cleanse, and now he doesn't force women to watch him shower anymore! I thought it took years of therapy, apologies, and financial compensation for the victims, but it actually just took some pomegranate water.
A New York Times report from March says that Weinstein has been attempting to put together a documentary that would tell his side of the story and pave the way for a comeback. I'm assuming his side of the story will be something along the lines of "I'm not Harvey Weinstein. I'm his twin brother, Marvey Weinstein. There's been a terrible misunderstanding."
He's currently hiding out in a luxury apartment in Arizona while fighting multiple lawsuits in New York, LA, and Britain. Although he's certainly going to try to make a comeback, I'm not super concerned about seeing him wield real influence in Hollywood again. The difference between Weinstein and some of the other men you'll see on this list is that he was accused by some of the most influential women in the world, including Lupita Nyong'o, Uma Thurman, Cara Delevingne, Angelina Jolie, and many more. We find claims by famous women more credible because we feel like we know them and they wouldn't lie, while the non-celebrity population is ... not so lucky.