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Paul Sorvino on Harvey Weinstein: ‘I Will Kill the Motherf—er’ (Video)

”Goodfellas“ actor says his daughter Mira Sorvino ”doesn’t deserve to have been treated that way by this pig“

Watch out, Harvey Weinstein; It sounds like Paul Sorvino wants to whack you.

“Goodfellas” actor Sorvino, whose daughter Mira Sorvino told the New Yorker in December that she felt her career had been damaged after she rejected Weinstein’s advances, spoke to TMZ on Tuesday, telling the outlet that he “will kill the motherf—er.”

That is, if scandal-plagued producer Weinstein doesn’t wind up behind bars, which the actor regarded as a probability.

“If I meet him on the street … he oughtta hope that he goes to jail, because if we come across, I think he’ll be lying on the floor somehow, magically,” Sorvino said of the scandal-plagued movie mogul and producer, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by numerous women.

“He’s gonna go to jail. Oh, yeah. That son of a bitch,” Sorvino continued. “Good for him that he goes, because if not, he has to meet me, and I will kill the motherf—er. Real simple.”

Sorvino added that he wasn’t aware of the accusations against Weinstein beforehand.

“If I had known it, he would not be walking. He’d be in a wheelchair,” Sorvino said.

In the December New Yorker article, the younger Sorvino said that she felt “iced out” after rejecting Weinstein’s advances.

“There may have been other factors, but I definitely felt iced out and that my rejection of Harvey had something to do with it,” Sorvino said.

“Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson seemed to confirm Sorvino’s suspicion in an interview with New Zealand’s Stuff, saying that Weinstein told him that Sorvino and Judd were a “nightmare” to work with.

“At the time, we had no reason to question what these guys were telling us — but in hindsight, I realize that this was very likely the Miramax smear campaign in full swing,” he said. “I now suspect we were fed false information about both of these talented women — and as a direct result their names were removed from our casting list.”

Weinstein denied the accusation in a statement from his spokesperson that read, in part, “There was no indication that Mira Sorvino had any issues until Mr. Weinstein read about the complaints in the news … As recently as this year, Mira Sorvino called Mr. Weinstein and asked if her husband could be part of the SEAL television series [Six] he was producing and Mr. Weinstein cast him; when Christopher Backus received a better offer, Mr. Weinstein allowed him to amicably break his contact to pursue the opportunity.”

Speaking to TMZ on Tuesday, the elder Sorvino said, “My daughter is a wonderful person, courageous and a wonderful human being, and she doesn’t deserve to have been treated that way by this pig. This pig will get his comeuppance. The law will get him, he’s gonna go to jail and die in jail. But if he doesn’t … Harvey, come here, I have some news for you.”

The actor concluded, “I’ll just slap him around, I won’t do anything terrible.”