Weinstein Co.’s fortunes have plummeted since early last month, when the New York Times and New Yorker published damning exposes detailed allegations of sexual assault and harassment against former co-chairman Harvey Weinstein dating back decades. Weinstein is now facing criminal investigations in New York, Los Angeles, and London. He is now in a legal battle with Weinstein Co., which fired him shortly after the stories were published. The growing scandal has led to an exodus of business partners and creative talent from Weinstein Co. The company has had to table planned film releases, delay TV development projects at Apple and Amazon, and yank its title card off of existing shows such as Lifetime’s long-running “Project Runway.” Some of Weinstein Co.’s creditors have begun hiring bankruptcy experts in anticipation of the company filing bankruptcy. Click here and here for the full story.