While Steve says Harvey stumbled backward and nearly fell, the manager clarified that "neither attempted punch connected", and Steve was out-of-control drunk.
Harvey Weinstein was leaving a Scottsdale, Arizona, restaurant Tuesday night when a fellow patron attacked him.
Weinstein was guided out of the restaurant by his sober coach who used his hands to prevent anyone from capturing anything on film. Steve then went back to his table.
He also tries to grab the camera out of the filmer's hand at one point.
According to TMZ, it all started when Weinstein was at Elements at the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort eating dinner with his sober coach when a man approached him asking for a picture.
TMZ reports Weinstein declined to call the police and departed the restaurant.
Weinstein went to Scottsdale in October and took part in a therapy program there shortly after sexual misconduct allegations against him began to emerge. The resort itself released a statement to ABC News that read, "Our guests' privacy is paramount at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa".
Disgraced Hollywood mogul is reportedly falling asleep in sessions for sex addiction, arriving late and talking on smuggled cell phones.
Steve said to the website he "had quite a bit to drink" and asked his friend to record a video of Steve confronting Weinstein. Weinstein has since been accused of various sexual crimes by a plethora of women. It's now three months later and he's still there, with no news as to when, or if, he plans on returning to Los Angeles, or what other treatments he's currently receiving.