Even her mother, Gloria Allred, said she would not have worked with Weinstein if asked.
The developments, along with the departure of yet another lawyer for Weinstein, are the latest fallout from allegations against the Oscar-winner that The New York Times detailed in an expose on Thursday.
Weinstein's brother, Bob, and COO David Glasser will lead the company during Harvey Weinstein's absence.
Meanwhile a prominent United States lawyer says she's no longer representing the movie mogul as he confronts sexual harassment allegations dating back years. Her work with the co-chair of The Weinstein Company drew fierce criticism online.
The allegations of sexual misconduct against Weinstein were detailed in a report this week by The New York Times. During the volatile showdown between Harvey and the board, who were reportedly at odds over the extend of his suspension from the company, three board member resigned - billionaire publishing heir and investor Dirk Ziff; Tim Sarnoff, Deputy CEO and President of Production at Technicolor; and Marc Lasry, CEO of Avenue Capital Group and a co-owner of the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks.
Trump's reaction to the controversy surrounding Weinstein comes after his son got into a contentious exchange about the issue with Jimmy Kimmel on Twitter and on the one-year anniversary of the leaked Access Hollywood tape where Trump was heard talking to Billy Bush which was later referred to as the "Pussygate" scandal.
Weinstein, 65, apologized in a statement that did not address specific incidents, saying that he was taking a leave of absence.
Weinstein is on indefinite leave from the company he co-founded while it conducts an investigation into the claims made by women including actors Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan and stretching back years.
The company announced the hiring of attorney John Kiernan, along with his partners Matthew Fishbein, a former chief assistant US attorney; and Helen Cantwell, a former federal and state prosecutor. On Friday another woman, local Fox News reporter Lauren Sivan, came forward, detailing inappropriate behavior by Weinstein over a decade ago. The studio's credits include "The King's Speech", "Silver Linings Playbook", "The Butler" and "The Imitation Game".