Harvey Weinstein's Australian 'gatekeeper' stays quiet, deletes job details

Movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women.
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Movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women.

An Australian woman employed as Harvey Weinstein's "gatekeeper" has declined to reveal if she witnessed the influential US film producer sexually harass or abuse anyone.

Tracey Miller described herself on business social networking service LinkedIn as the "right arm to extremely successful" Weinstein, after taking up the personal assistant position in June last year.

"She will not be commenting," Weinstein's spokesperson, Sallie Hofmeister, said on Thursday (Friday NZ time). 

Miller, who did not reply to phone and email queries, recently deleted from LinkedIn any references to her role as "Personal Assistant/Head of Office to Harvey Weinstein".

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The previously listed job description included "arranging complex first class travel including private jets, greeters and 5-star accommodation", "traveling [sic] with boss and his family including packing and unpacking" and "interfacing with top level film/television industry contacts and acted as gatekeeper".

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 - AAP

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