1:54 PM PT -- Comedian Kelly Bachman is the stand-up comic who initially called Weinstein out and was met with boos ... and TMZ's obtained the video.
Bachman opens her set by addressing Weinstein being in attendance -- she calls him the "Freddy Krueger in the room" -- and says she didn't know she'd have to bring her own mace and rape whistle to the show.
Kelly's crack's met with boos from what sounds to be male voices, and one guy even shouts for her to shut up. Her retort's awesome, though ... and leads to some much-deserved support from the crowd.
Harvey Weinstein got an earful from a woman who railed on him during an event Wednesday night before being escorted out.
Weinstein was at the Downtime Bar in the Lower East Side for an event called Actors Hour, which employs artists to "create an open space for creatives to share what they love."
Zoe Stuckless was on hand, as she watched a comedian onstage asking the crowd to address "the elephant in the room." The comic was met with boos, which enraged Stuckless.
She says she watched as Weinstein was laughing, clapping, drinking and flirting while no one said a word.
She then took matters into her own hand, screaming "Nobody's gonna say anything?" She repeated the question, walked up to Weinstein and said ... "I'm gonna stand 4 feet from a f***ing rapist and no one's gonna say anything?"
Weinstein did not react to her, but event organizers escorted her out, she claims, with the help of Weinstein's bodyguard.
Weinstein's spokesperson tells TMZ, "Harvey Weinstein was out with friends enjoying the music and trying to find some solace in his life that has been turned upside down. This scene was uncalled for, downright rude and an example of how due process today is being squashed by the public, trying to take it away in the courtroom too."
Weinstein has pled not guilty to all charges and is currently awaiting trial.