In the weeks leading up to his death, Harvey Weinstein repeatedly asked women to participate in a sexual encounter.
The New York Times first reported the allegations against Weinstein.
The Times reported on Monday that the company agreed to pay more than $100 million to settle sexual harassment lawsuits against Weinstein and his former co-star, Gwyneth Paltrow.
The settlement is the largest such payout in the history of the industry.
A former senior Weinstein executive told the Times that Weinstein told her, “I know you want to be a good girl, but you have to tell me when you’re a good woman.”
Weinstein has denied all the allegations made against him.
He died of a massive heart attack at his New York City home.
The former head of the Miramax company said he was not aware of the existence of a sexual harassment training for employees, or any other training for film and television producers.
“We’ve had conversations with some of the executives and they say, ‘We have this in place, but there’s nothing for you to do in the moment,'” said Miramox CEO and co-founder David Glasser, referring to Weinstein’s company’s policy.
Glasser said Mirasix was “never aware” of any such training, but he added that it was important for people to learn from their mistakes.
Miramix declined to comment on the Times story.
According to a report from The New Yorker, Weinstein was the subject of an internal Miramux investigation after a woman complained about a “bizarre” and “sexual encounter” with him.
Weinstein was fired by Miramucx in March of last year after the company faced a massive sexual harassment and assault scandal.
The women in the lawsuit were told they would lose their jobs if they reported the alleged harassment, and that Weinstein would be removed from Miramuxt’s board of directors.
A company spokesperson told Variety that Miramuccx was “deeply saddened” by Weinstein’s death.