Harvey Weinstein surrenders in NYC on sex crime-related charges

Harvey Weinstein surrenders in NYC on sex crime-related charges

Harvey Weinstein surrenders in NYC on sex crime-related charges

Two of them appeared to be: "Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution" and "Elia Kazan: A Biography".

He arrived at the police station in lower Manhattan at 07:30 (12:30 BST) on Friday, carrying three books.

Before his arraignment, Weinstein was walked out of the 1st precinct in handcuffs and escorted by officers as he headed to court.

Deponent states that he is informed by a person known to the District Attorney's Office that on one occasion between June and September of 2004, in the daytime hours, inside of 375 Greenwich Street in the County and State of NY, defendant forced informant to engage in oral sexual conduct, to wit, defendant grabbed the back of informant's head forcing her head downward and forcing her mouth onto his penis.

But Louise Godbold predicts the movie mogul will now "play hard and dirty". Initially hesitant to press charges, she later changed her mind. She says they're "all elated". "Mr. Weinstein has always maintained that he has never engaged in non-consensual sexual behavior with anyone".

Godbold is a British woman who lives in Los Angeles. "We're about seven months into this investigation".

"Today Harvey Weinstein will take his first step on his inevitable descent to hell", Argento tweeted in a separate post. Evans said that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him at the meeting.

"My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions", she told People magazine in a statement last October.

Brafman has previously said that Weinstein has consistently denied any allegations of "nonconsensual sex".

Goldberg told The Associated Press that "we are relieved and grateful that justice is coming, but we also mourn the cases where it didn't".

When asked if she planned to be in the courtroom should Weinstein go to trial, she said "Yes", with a quiet laugh. "We believe that at the end of the process Mr Weinstein will be exonerated". His lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, said Friday that he would fight to get the charges dismissed, saying they're factually unsupported and constitutionally flawed. And Brafman says he doesn't think a jury would believe Weinstein's accusers - if potential jurors are "not consumed by the movement that seems to have consumed this case".

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According to documents obtained by the New Yorker, the primary goal of these investigations, which Weinstein had personally monitored, was to collect information and create psychological profiles of individuals that could threaten Weinstein's status and career.

"You sorry, Harvey?" the media shouted as Weinstein walked into the courthouse earlier today. Bail was set at $1 million cash with a $10 million bond alternative.

Weinstein didn't enter a plea. Evans, who is now a marketing consultant, didn't report the encounter to police at the time, telling The New Yorker that she blamed herself for not fighting back. "Weinstein just kept on, and later acted as if nothing had happened". He left with a strained smile on his face to be driven to court.

Argento has been "glued to the screen", while watching her alleged rapist turn himself in.

The New York Police Department disclosed the charges Friday after the movie mogul turned himself in.

The official wasn't authorized to discuss the case and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Other actresses who have publicly accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct include Uma Thurman and Salma Hayek.

The rape charge relates to a woman who was not identified and does not appear to be among the people who have told their stories publicly. While she was there, Mr. Weinstein called her and set up a meeting for the following day.

He was ordered to surrender his passport and must seek permission from the court if he travels outside of NY or CT.

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