Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein landed in Arizona Wednesday night to enter a rehabilitation center seeking treatment for his alleged acts of sexual misconduct toward women spanning decades.
Other reports had previously noted Weinstein would seek treatment in Europe.
After Weinstein visited his lawyer on Wednesday, he took off in a private jet that evening from Los Angeles, Calif., headed to Wickenburg, Ariz. The destination is very close to the well-known Meadows rehabilitation center, where Weinstein is expected to seek treatment, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Meadows is a rehabilitation center which focuses on sex addiction issues, but there is no official word yet as to if Weinstein will be staying there. Weinstein’s plans to get treatment in Switzerland were shut down by his legal team and friends who wanted him to receive inpatient treatment within the U.S., TMZ reported.
If Weinstein ends up at Meadows for his treatment, he would reportedly be there for a 45-day inpatient rehab program focused on sex addiction. The program includes equine therapy, expressive arts therapy, meditation, yoga and counseling.
Weinstein was caught by the media outside his daughter’s house on Wednesday afternoon and he stated he “was not doing ok” and that he has “gotta get help.”
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