Ronan Farrow Left His Agency After Weinstein Stormed In To Their Offices
After Harvey Weinstein stormed into the offices of CAA to interfere with Ronan Farrow’s expose on him, the journalist reportedly left the power house agency, according to Page Six.
The event happened mid-September while Ronan was writing his first bombshell piece on Weinstein’s sexual assault allegations.
When Weinstein “stormed into” CAA’s Bryan Lourd’s office to complain, Bryan apparently arranged to have a meeting between Ronan and the movie mogul, apparently writing to Weinstein: “This guy won’t meet right now . . . He did say he will call you soon. I think he is absolutely pursuing the story.’’
Ronan soon left CAA and signed with William Morris Endeavor.
Source said to Page Six, “Right now, Ronan is very focused on his ongoing investigative reporting for the New Yorker, and on his next book, ‘War on Peace: The End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence,’ which will be published in the spring. There is certainly more to say about this important moment we are in, but he hasn’t made any final decisions.”