Joanna Krupa: Some Women Are 'Taking Advantage' of the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

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UPDATE (10/31, 9:30 p.m. EST): Jeremy Piven has released the following statement to Deadline: "I unequivocally deny the appalling allegations being peddled about me".

HBO also issued a statement Tuesday: "Today, via the press reports, is the first we are hearing about Ariane Bellamar's allegations concerning Jeremy Piven. I've known Jeremy Piven for a very long time, he's like, the nicest f-king guy I've ever met", she told The Blast.

The "Real Housewives" star is more than suspicious of some of the claims that have come out over the past few weeks and she thinks some women are taking of the Weinstein scandal to make a name for themselves.

"She later said, "'Member when I tried to leave; you grabbed me by the a**, looked at yourself in the mirror, & said what a "beautiful couple" we made?"

One of those alleged assaults took place on the set of the hit HBO show Entourage, where Piven played Hollywood superagent Ari Gold.

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"I knew about Harvey Weinstein over 10 years ago", Krupa said.

'Hey @jeremy piven! 'Member when you cornered me in your trailer on the #Entourage set? You can read much of that in a post on Instagram below.

According to TMZ, Piven and his representatives have not yet responded to the allegations.

While CBS said recently in a statement that they are investigating the claims against Piven, for the time being Wisdom of the Crowd remains in production on its original 13-episode order.

Wisdom of the Crowd, in which Piven portrays a tech genius trying to hunt down his daughter's killer, premiered on October 1. If you want to keep up to date with all that we cover here at CarterMatt, a great way to do that is to join our Facebook group at the link here.

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