Prison Guard Just Needs 5 Minutes Of Weinstein’s Time To Pitch Script He’s Been Working On


DISGRACED movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to a further 16 years in prison for rape and sexual assault, giving Los Angelas correctional facility officer Kurt Arnold even more time to pitch his idea for a movie about a small town boy who dreams of becoming the best prison warden in the world.

Arnold, 42, handles most of the rectal cavity inspections at the Twin Towers prison in California where Weinstein looks set to spend the rest of his days, meaning that he will only ever have a fleeting chance to hit Harvey with his ‘elevator pitch’ and finally get the ball rolling on his dream project.

“I’m never on yard duty, so I’ll never get that long chat with Harvey to really dig into the bones of my script. I have to be able to sell it to him in three lines or less, while I’m holding a flashlight in my teeth,” said Arnold, who has been penning the movie for over 5 years now.

“I know he’s incarcerated for 23 years on a previous conviction and now an additional 16 here, but maybe he’ll see the awards potential of Uncaged Glory and I dunno, get it out to some of his producer buddies who weren’t raping actresses their entire career. It’s my one shot, I’ve just got to take it!”.

Meanwhile in a Chicago prison, the cellmate of disgraced singer R. Kelly has stated that he hopes the former R&B star will use the additional year he received for child pornography charges to ‘work on their harmonies together’.