After threatening to sue The New York Times for their piece on Harvey Weinstein’s history of sexual harassment, Charles Harder has left the disgraced producer’s legal team, joining Lanny Davis and Lisa Bloom as the third lawyer to exit, according to several news reports.Janice Min, strategist for Eldridge Industries, confirmed Harder and Weinstein’s parting in a tweet on Sunday. While other outlets have since confirmed Harder’s exit, he has not responded to a request for comment from TheWrap.Harder, who has earned a reputation for taking on media outlets after his successful lawsuit against Gawker that led to the New York blog’s bankruptcy, sent a defiant statement promising a lawsuit just hours after the NYT piece was published.
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