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Welcome to Sunday Scoop, waking you up with the best reads from the Sunday New York Post. Earlier this year, Harvey Weinstein began serving a 23-year sentence for sexual assault and rape, after more than 100 women including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Ashley Judd accused him of harassment and other horrific deeds. But he may have found the one woman in New York City who thinks he's been given a bum rap. Meet Alexandra Vino, an artist and Weinstein's rumored paramour, who told us: "Everyone seems to hate Harvey but they don't realize they don't really hate Harvey. They are being told how to feel. He is a scapegoat for this entire [#MeToo] movement and they've destroyed his life. It's been like a human sacrifice." Read the full interview below.
Meanwhile, a new book reveals the smash-hit show "Game of Thrones" almost never happened, because cataclysmic weather destroyed sets during the pilot and the original actress cast to play the Mother of Dragons "just didn't work." Find out how producers finally made the kingdoms come alive with our behind-the-scenes piece. There's lots more in our weekly roundup, including Maureen Callahan's must-read take on real-life royals Meghan and Harry. Thanks for joining us — and have a super Sunday.


Margi Conklin Sunday Editor, New York Post

Dating the Devil
Harvey Weinstein's reported girlfriend, Alexandra Vino, defends the man she calls a "scapegoat" for the #MeToo movement. READ MORE
Here Be Dragons
Inside the disastrous, almost doomed birth of smash-hit show "Game of Thrones." READ MORE
Maureen Callahan
Royal Pains
Meghan and Harry insist they're desperate for privacy — so why do they keep hogging the limelight? READ MORE
Meet the Fatfighters
A group of nine Long Island firefighters lost more than 1,200 pounds — and gained their lives back. READ MORE
Desperately Seeking Spouses
How the first personal ads seeking women "not deformed" evolved into Tinder's sexy smorgasbord. READ MORE
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19... We will get through this TOGETHER!"

— President Trump, tweeting that he and the First Lady both have the coronavirus and have begun the quarantine and recovery process immediately.

 

Silicon Valley has a psychopath problem -- exemplified by the bad behavior of notorious tech CEOs such as Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and Elizabeth Holmes.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT!

American Psychopaths

Why Silicon Valley CEOs — and their employees — are driven by some of the worst behavior known to man. READ MORE

 

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