Bob says he's living in a "nightmare" and admits he knew the disgraced movie mogul was regularly cheating on wife Georgina Chapman.
Bob, a fellow executive at The Weinstein Company, sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for his first in-depth interview to discuss Harvey's abusive behavior since it was exposed by both The New York Times and The New Yorker, as well as other women who have come forward to share their stories through other news outlets or social media.
"I find myself in a waking nightmare," Bob said. "My brother has caused unconscionable suffering. As a father of three girls I say this with every bone in my body - I am heartbroken for the women that he has harmed."
Here are the five biggest shockers, bombshells and admissions from the interview.
Bob Knew Harvey Was Continuously Cheating on Wife Georgina Chapman
Bob admitted he knew his brother was a notorious womanizer and cheater, but claims he had no idea Harvey was forcing himself upon numerous women.
"For me, I thought he was literally just going out there cheating in a pervasive way," he said. "It wasn't like he even had a mistress. It was one after another and that I was aware of. But as far as being in a room and hearing the description in The New York Times? No way. No f-cking way was I aware that that was the type of predator that he was. And the way he convinced people to do things? I thought they were all consensual situations."
The Weinstein Brothers Are 'Divorced'
According to Bob, their relationship is no longer about blood, it's pure business.
Bob didn't approve of Harvey's scandalous decisions so he "divorced" himself from his brother five years ago. According to the producer, he only speaks to Harvey when an important business decision needs to be made.
"I divorced my brother five years ago. Literally. And those that know me personally in this company understood how I couldn't take being around him on any level," Bob said. "And certainly my daughters and my family knew it. I could not take his cheating, his lying and also his attitude toward everyone. I had to divorce myself to survive."
Harvey Has Expressed No Remorse to Bob About His Alleged Bad Behavior
Harvey was expressed some remorse in statements to the press, while also denying most of the allegations, but Bob thinks the only regret Harvey does have about all of this is getting caught.
Since the allegations have gone public, Bob said he only spoke to his brother twice, and it was only about their company's decision to cut all ties with Harvey. Bob said his brother didn't show any remorse or regret for any of his victims. The only thing he seems to care about is who leaked details of the assaults to the press.
"It's unbelievable that even to this moment he is more concerned with who sold him out," Weinstein said. "I don't hear concern or contrition for the victims. And I want them to hear that. Harvey has no remorse whatsoever."
In addition, Bob said he would like to personally write a letter to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to tell them to end Harvey's membership.
His Friend Mira Sorvino Sharing Her Experience With Harvey
Bob swears his good friend Mira Sorvino never told him what his brother allegedly did to her, but is extremely "proud" that she shared her story on the record in Ronan Farrow's disturbing New Yorker exposé.
"I have been a personal friend of Mira for the last several years. We reconnected when I rented a house in Malbu," he said. "Mira, her husband and her kids have come over and spent many hours together with us. [But] she never told me. And now I literally was texting with her, and she said, 'Are you mad at me?' And I said, 'Mad at you? I'm so proud of you, but I feel sick that you had to hold that kind of thing in.'"
The Future of The Weinstein Company
Although Harvey was fired from TWC and other major Hollywood players -- including Disney, Amazon and "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda -- are cutting Harvey out from projects, Bob thinks his company should not be sold or stripped down for parts.
"I know they're saying, 'Shut this company down.' Well, they didn't shut Fox News down, they didn't shut NBC down. My brother is the one that should pay with everything and I mean literally, whether it's criminal or otherwise, I will be supportive of all of that. But I don't think the people that are the employees of this company or the company itself should pay."
And although there have been rumors that rapper Jay Z was interested in buying Harvey's stake in the company, Bob hasn't heard of any confirmation.
"I'd love nothing more than that, but as far as I know, that is not a fact."