The past few days have been a whirlwind for Harvey Weinstein. After the New York Times published an investigative piece on his alleged Sexual Harassment, the famous producer responded with an apology and took an immediate leave from his co-founded company. Since then, The Weinstein Company has been spiraling out of control. Two lawyers quit his team -- but it did not stop there. Three members of the Board Of Directors have also resigned, including Technicolor executive Tim Sarnoff.

Not just one allegation

Weinstein has seen such a catastrophe occur over the past few days due to the fact that this was not plainly one allegation.

The Times article revealed that his sexual harassment history has included at least eight women and has possibly spanned over three decades. Many women have now come forward to tell their side of the story, including Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan.

The article has caused others to share their experiences with the producer. Lauren Sivan, a TV news anchor in Long Island, told Huffington Post about her dinner outing with Weinstein in 2007. He apparently brought her into the restaurant's kitchen where he dismissed the workers and attempted to kiss her.

When Sivan rejected the advancement and told him that she was in a relationship, he said: “Well, can you just stand there and shut up.” Stuck in a hallway with Weinstein, she was unsure of what to do.

He apparently blocked her from leaving before he exposed himself and began masturbating in front of her.

Sivan and a friend left immediately after she was able to leave the kitchen. She told Huffington Post that Weinstein called her office the next day and said he "had a great time last night", asking her to join him on a trip he was taking.

Sivan took to Twitter to further talk about the incident and the backlash she has received for keeping the story to herself all of these years. " For those asking why I waited?" she asked. "YOU try telling that story 10yrs ago. Only possible now because of women with bigger names far braver than me."

Permanent leave

In his apology letter, Weinstein announced that he would be going on an indefinite leave from his company.

The Board of Directors stated that they would be further investigating the accusations and taking proper action. In a statement released this Sunday, the company announced that the producer has been terminated.

"In light of new information about misconduct by Harvey Weinstein that has emerged in the past few days, the directors of The Weinstein Company ... have determined, and have informed Harvey Weinstein, that his employment with The Weinstein Company is terminated, effective immediately," the company's board announced.

The company did not address how this termination, as well as the resignation of three board chairmen, will affect its current projects.