New York Knicks and Rangers owner, James Dolan, penned a song about his friend, disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, titled “I Should’ve Known.”
Dolan and his band JD and the Straight Shot went on FOX 5 New York on Thursday to debut the song and discuss if he would consider selling the teams.
Dolan said he would not.
When asked if Weinstein was on his mind when he wrote “I Should’ve Known” he replied, “He and others.”
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Dolan admitted he “wondered” what he could have done and what he missed regarding Weinstein’s actions. The team owner said Weinstein was not aware he wrote the song and he has not spoken to him.
Dolan stressed the song was not just about Weinstein but others as well, though he declined to give names.
“This went on in a lot of other places that you don’t read about in the paper,” Dolan said. “The song was pleading to people to be cognizant and understand. I think what the whole [#MeToo] movement is about is this behavior across the board, not just for famous people but across the board, has to come to an end.”
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Dolan served on the board of directors for the Weinstein Company, The Wrap reported. He was named in a civil lawsuit against Weinstein, alleging he was aware of the disgraced producer’s “pattern and practice of predatory sexual conduct toward women.”
Weinstein was charged with rape, criminal sex act, sex abuse and sexual misconduct for incidents involving two separate women.
Allegations against the disgraced film mogul came out in two bombshell reports in October, in which multiple women accused of him of sexual harassment, sexual assault or rape.
Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky contributed to this report.