Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein told reporters outside his daughter’s house this week that he is a “good guy” and hopes that he will be given a “second chance.”
TMZ paparazzi recorded the video of the longtime Democratic donor on Wednesday — the same day his daughter called the police, claiming her father was "suicidal."
In the video, the reporter caught up to Weinstein before he jumped into a Cadillac Escalade and drove off.
"Harvey, are you doing okay?" the reporter asked.
"I'm hanging in — I'm trying my best," Weinstein said, before he told reporters not to follow him.
The reporter told Harvey as he was getting into an SUV that he was glad he was doing okay.
"Guys, I'm not doing okay," Weinstein said. "I'm trying. I've got to get help, guys. You know what? We all make mistakes. Second chance, I hope."
"You know what? I've always been loyal to you guys. Not like those f***ing pricks who treat you like sh*t. I've been the good guy," Weinstein added.
Weinstein is now under investigation by the FBI, New York police, and London police as numerous allegations of sexual harassment, assault and rape have surfaced.