Weinstein Company owes money to Malia Obama, others

The Weinstein Company has some outstanding bills.

The film production company, which declared bankruptcy Monday, released a wild who’s who of creditors who are still owed money.

While most of the 394-page document includes businesses involved with the day-to-day operations, charities, film and television academies and networks, a lengthy list of celebrities also provides some fascinating names.

Among those still waiting on payment are Malia Obama, who interned with the company last summer, David Bowie, Robert De Niro, Alexis Bledel, Daniel Radcliffe, Jerry Seinfeld, Gloria Allred and John Legend.

New York Fire Department, Los Angeles Police Department and an exterminator in Brooklyn are all owed money as well.

The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy Monday in Delaware after months of controversy and collapsed sales. All employees will be released from their nondisclosure agreements, as part of an arrangement with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.

The filing comes less than six months after an avalanche of sexual misconduct allegations began against Weinstein. So far, more than 100 women have accused him of sexual harassment and assault.