Fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, indicted over two sexual assault allegations, is to be informed of new allegations against him on Monday that could delay his trial and complicate his defense.
Last week the world watched as disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein shuffled into the court room for a criminal trial for two of the women who accused him of sexual
Well, it has happened. After three weeks of proceedings and five days of deliberation, Harvey Weinstein has been partially convicted. He’s facing more charges in Los Angeles,
On Friday, February 21, after four days of deliberation, the jury in Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial made an announcement of sort. It wasn’t a verdict – not quite. It was more complex – and almost more captivating – than that.
Closing arguments have now been made in the rape and sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, the jury has been instructed and in the next week or so, we’ll have a verdict
There was once a time, just two short years ago, before “Weinstein clauses” and “Weinstein taxes,” before “intimacy coordinators” and “disgrace insurance.”
Earlier this week, when a New York jury found Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape in the third degree, there was something of a collective sigh of relief across the internet
This week has been a rather monumental one for the #MeToo movement. Firstly, Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty of rape. Then, Duffy comes out of nowhere and details the reason for her absence was due to trauma from being drugged, raped and held captive over a number of days.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance told reporters afterward that the judge "sent a message today that this type behavior is something that any potential offender is going to have to consider. The judge took it seriously, which is exactly how we think he should have. And we're grateful."