On Tuesday, it was reported that Weinstein was planning on leaving the country to seek treatment for sex addiction at a live-in facility overseas.
However, a source told ET on Wednesday that his originally-planned trip was delayed due to "plane issues." Hours later, a source told ET that the film producer has flown out of Los Angeles and is headed to Arizona to receive treatment. According to the source, Weinstein was planning to go to Switzerland for treatment, but his brother, Bob, suggested he go to The Meadows in Arizona.
On Thursday, our source said Weinstein's private plane actually made a last-minute diversion to Scottsdale, Arizona, instead of landing in Wickenburg -- which is near The Meadows rehab center.
The source says that there is a continuing discussion within Weinstein’s team about where he will officially receive his treatment, since the team is worried about information leaking from a live-in treatment facility. While the plan was originally to go to The Meadows, according to the source, there is potential for leaks since the center is such a popular treatment facility for celebrities.
The new plan is for Weinstein “to receive treatment at a private Arizona residence that is isolated from the public eye," the source says, adding that therapists will come to the location and treat him in private one-on-one settings.
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