Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein resigned his membership Monday in the Directors Guild of America, which had previously begun the process of expelling him due to sexual harassment and assault allegations against him, the guild confirmed.
Weinstein has two directing credits on his resume -- the animated 1987 film "The Gnomes' Great Adventure'' and the 1986 comedy "Playing for Keeps," which he co-directed with his brother Bob.
DGA President Thomas Schlamme announced in October that the guild had filed disciplinary charges against Weinstein, breaking a long-standing tradition of not publicly discussing "internal union matters."
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A guild representative confirmed Monday that Weinstein had resigned his membership, but declined to comment further.
Weinstein was previously expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and he resigned from the Producers Guild of America. He has also parted ways with The Weinstein Co., the production house he and his brother co-founded. He was also suspended by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
Weinstein has denied sexually assaulting any women.
When it announced the action against Weinstein in October, the DGA released a statement saying the organization "condemns sexual harassment."
"There must be no tolerance for such deplorable abuses of power. This isn't about one person. We must recognize sexual harassment is endemic in our society, and painfully, in our industry. We believe that every individual has the right to a safe workplace. The unfortunate truth is that there are those who abuse the power that they hold.
"For far too long, many have not spoken out -- directors, agents, crew, executives, performers, producers, writers. This shameful code of complicity must be broken. As directors and team members who solve problems for a living, we are committed to eradicating the scourge of sexual harassment on our industry."