While leaving a dinner in Arizona, Harvey Weinstein smacked in the face by someone clearly looking to score revenge on behalf of the women he assaulted.

The man was identified by TMZ as Steve. He walked right up to the disgusting movie mogul as he was leaving Elements restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona and smacked him.

According to Daily Mail, this video was being shopped around for $100,000. Though TMZ reported that Steve punched Weinstein in the face twice, the video that was revealed showed Weinstein being smacked.

Steve can be seen laughing while he hits him and tells him, "Get the f*** outta here. You're a piece of sh*t," as Weinstein heads for the exit. A guy with Weinstein tries and fails to block the camera from getting any footage.

WATCH: Harvey Weinstein Smacked In The Face At Dinner

Per Daily Mail:

The manager had claimed that Steve was angry with Weinstein after he refused a request earlier in the evening to have his photo taken, but he certainly did not appear to be mad while he was slapping the mogul.

It is unclear if Weinstein filed a police report.

The incident occurred just hours after Rose McGowan said she is preparing to unload her $2million home in the Hollywood Hills to pay for the legal help she has been receiving ever since she began publicly speaking out against Weinstein.

The actress revealed this while appearing at the annual winter TCAs in Los Angeles, where she was on hand to promote her upcoming E! reality series Citizen Rose.

'I am having to sell my house right now to pay legal bills fighting off the monster,' said McGowan, who did not once mention Weinstein's name during the panel.

Local property records reveal that the home is not currently on the open market and is still owned by McGowan at this time.

The left likes to go after "social justice." This is justice, right here. This man deserves to be smacked and humiliated in public. It's amazing he is still able to leave the house without something like this happening every time.

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