The document was compiled in early 2017 and distributed to a team complied by the producer around nine months before The New York Times broke the first story about the allegations against Weinstein.
Investigators were to collect information on the targets and give that information to Weinstein and his attorneys, according to The Guardian. While the United Kingdom newspaper did not release the full list, it did include actresses Laura Madden, Sophie Dix, Rose McGowan, Katherine Kendall, and Annabella Sciorra - all of whom have accused the Hollywood superstar of varied levels of sexual misconduct. Priority figures - ones Weinstein was most keen to target - were apparently coloured in red: McGowan and Madden's names were both highlighted. According to the note, her view of Weinstein was "very bitter". They included McGowan, Madden and an English actor called Sophie Dix - who each went on to make highly detailed and lurid allegations against Weinstein.
Also listed on the document are actresses Sophia Dix, Annabella Sciorra, Katherine Kendall, all of whom have come forward with disturbing claims about Weinstein.
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Numerous names were highlighted in red to indicate targets Weinstein believed posed great risk to him.
Another name on the list is director Brett Ratner, who recently faced multiple accusations of sexual assault himself.
More than 50 women have accused Weinstein of crimes including sexual assault, harassment and rape. The report adds that Weinstein handed the list to private investigators to extract information from anyone who might have been aware of his long history of sexual misconduct.