SHAMED movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly considering a luxury £27,800-a-month rehab centre in the picturesque Arizona desert to receive treatment for sex addiction.
The elite Meadows clinic is a popular among celebrities and has treated stars such as Kate Moss, Tiger Woods and Paul Gascoigne.
The Hollywood producer, who has been accused of sexually abusing or harassing a string of women, boarded a plane headed for Wickenburg on Wednesday but it diverted to Scottsdale – around 80 miles away where he spent the night at the luxury Phoenician resort after enjoying an Italian meal with pals.
It's unclear if Weinstein has changed his mind about checking into the clinic – which claims to have the best sex addiction treatment program in the US.
Sources close to the star told The Blast that he had decided against going to the Meadows as he feared details of his treatment may be leaked.
The website reported that Weinstein may receive treatment at a private residence in Arizona but added that his plan was changing "hour to hour".
If the star, who is still believed to be in the Scottsdale area, does decide to go the Meadows he will be able to take part in horse riding, yoga, tai chi, acupuncture and "mindfulness meditation".
The stunning facility boasts a fitness centre, a swimming pool and relaxation areas.
The centre runs a 45-day treatment programme for sex addicts called the "Gentle Path" under which patients undergo counselling and "expressive arts" to try and deal with their issues.
Their website states: "In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, men are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of addiction and co-occurring disorders.
"The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery."
Weinstein was pictured in the Scottsdale area on Thursday night enjoying an Italian dinner with friends.
The Hollywood producer looked like he did not have a care in the world as he tucked into the meal last night following a slew of rape and sexual harassment allegations.
The Italian restaurant is roughly a 15 minute drive from the Phoenician Resort, where he stayed on Thursday night.
Weinstein, 65, dined out with three men and one woman, with onlookers saying he appeared “at ease”.
“He was acting normal, fine, like he didn't have a care,” one witness told TMZ.
It was earlier reported that his daughter Lily Weinstein had to call 911 on Wednesday because she believed her father was suicidal.
The pictures emerged as actress Rose McGowan claimed Weinstein raped her.
She also accused Amazon of killing her TV show when she demanded the shamed movie mogul not be involved.
The actress made the explosive claims via Twitter for the first time after apparently being paid £75,000 by the producer over an "incident" in the 1990s.
The actress has been blasting others in Hollywood – including actors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon – for failing to step up when they allegedly knew what was happening.
Sleazy Hollywood mogul Weinstein , 65, has been hit by a wave of sex allegations by over 30 women,which he denies.
"Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein," Weinstein's representative Sallie Hofmeister said.
Kate Beckinsale revealed today how Weinstein targeted her in London when she was just 17.
And fellow Brit Myleene Klass said she was offered a sex contract by the exec, but she told him to "f*** off".
Meanwhile the Sun revealed how Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas and model Laura Whitmore feared for their safety around Weinstein.
Model Cara Delevigne also told how he once tried to force her into a threesome.
Up to 30 women have so far come forward to accuse Weinstein of sex crimes – including three rape allegations.
But police fear the total may be much higher.
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