Harvey Weinstein suicide worries lead cops to daughter's LA home

Embattled movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sparked concerns Wednesday he might be suicidal.

Los Angeles Police responded to his daughter Remy’s house at 10:37 a.m. after a 911 caller claimed a man at the address might be a danger to himself, a police source told the Daily News.

“The person said the subject was feeling suicidal and depressed, but when officers got there and conducted their investigation, it was revealed no suicidal remarks were made,” the source said.

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“It was only a family dispute,” the source said.

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According to TMZ.com, Weinstein got in a heated dispute with his 22-year-old daughter that spilled out into the street.

“You’re making it worse,” Weinstein reportedly yelled at her before flagging down a random vehicle driving past, begging for a ride.

Remy convinced her dad to go back inside the house, TMZ reported, but by the time police arrived, Weinstein was gone.

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Weinstein, 65, is the subject of a spiraling sex abuse scandal involving allegations from more than two dozen women including A-list actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie.

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It started with a blistering exposé in the New York Times last week and continued Tuesday with a New Yorker piece that accused Weinstein of raping three women.

In a statement from his spokeswoman, Weinstein denied ever forcing non-consensual sex.

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