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Inside Harvey Weinstein's rape trial

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 29, 2020. Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting two women, Mimi Haleyi and Jessica Mann. He has said all of his sexual encounters with women were consensual. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 29, 2020. Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting two women, Mimi Haleyi and Jessica Mann. He has...more

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 29, 2020. Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting two women, Mimi Haleyi and Jessica Mann. He has said all of his sexual encounters with women were consensual. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Tarale Wulff, a witness in the trial of film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives in New York State Supreme Court, January 29. REUTERS/Jefferson Siegel

Tarale Wulff, a witness in the trial of film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives in New York State Supreme Court, January 29. REUTERS/Jefferson Siegel

Tarale Wulff, a witness in the trial of film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives in New York State Supreme Court, January 29. REUTERS/Jefferson Siegel
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court, January 28. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court, January 28. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court, January 28. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs
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Witness Elizabeth Entin is questioned by Assistant District Attorney Meghan Hast during film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court January 28 in this courtroom sketch. The former roommate of Mimi Haleyi, one of the women who has accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, took the stand on Tuesday in the former Hollywood mogul's rape trial.
Entin told jurors that Haleyi, visibly upset, told her in the summer of 2006 that Weinstein forced oral sex on her.

"I said, 'Miriam, that sounds like rape,'" Entin testified, using Haleyi's full first name. On cross-examination, Donna Rotunno, one of Weinstein's lawyers, asked Entin whether she knew Weinstein had paid for Haleyi to travel to Los Angeles and London after the alleged assault, and that she had continued to communicate with him. Entin said she did not. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Witness Elizabeth Entin is questioned by Assistant District Attorney Meghan Hast during film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court January 28 in this courtroom sketch. The former roommate of Mimi Haleyi, one of...more

Witness Elizabeth Entin is questioned by Assistant District Attorney Meghan Hast during film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court January 28 in this courtroom sketch. The former roommate of Mimi Haleyi, one of the women who has accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, took the stand on Tuesday in the former Hollywood mogul's rape trial. Entin told jurors that Haleyi, visibly upset, told her in the summer of 2006 that Weinstein forced oral sex on her. "I said, 'Miriam, that sounds like rape,'" Entin testified, using Haleyi's full first name. On cross-examination, Donna Rotunno, one of Weinstein's lawyers, asked Entin whether she knew Weinstein had paid for Haleyi to travel to Los Angeles and London after the alleged assault, and that she had continued to communicate with him. Entin said she did not. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Mimi Haleyi, former production assistant, arrives to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the Criminal Court January 27. Haleyi, a former production assistant, began crying as she testified in a Manhattan courtroom while Weinstein watched from the defense table. Haleyi, said Weinstein invited her to his SoHo home after she had worked on one of his television productions.

"At some point, fairly soon into meeting him there, he kind of came towards me and lunged at me," she said. "I got up from the sofa and said, 'Oh, no, no, no.'"

Haleyi said Weinstein backed her into a bedroom, held her down on the bed and forced himself on her orally.

On cross-examination, Cheronis asked Haleyi whether she had accepted trips to Los Angeles and London paid for by Weinstein shortly after the alleged attack, and questioned her decision to meet him again in London.

Cheronis presented Haleyi with several messages in which she asked Weinstein about possible jobs or, in one instance, feedback on a television concept.

Haleyi said she stayed in touch with Weinstein because he was powerful in her industry, and she needed work.

"I asked for jobs from many people, including Harvey Weinstein," she said. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

Mimi Haleyi, former production assistant, arrives to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the Criminal Court January 27. Haleyi, a former production assistant, began crying as she testified in a Manhattan courtroom while Weinstein watched from the...more

Mimi Haleyi, former production assistant, arrives to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the Criminal Court January 27. Haleyi, a former production assistant, began crying as she testified in a Manhattan courtroom while Weinstein watched from the defense table. Haleyi, said Weinstein invited her to his SoHo home after she had worked on one of his television productions. "At some point, fairly soon into meeting him there, he kind of came towards me and lunged at me," she said. "I got up from the sofa and said, 'Oh, no, no, no.'" Haleyi said Weinstein backed her into a bedroom, held her down on the bed and forced himself on her orally. On cross-examination, Cheronis asked Haleyi whether she had accepted trips to Los Angeles and London paid for by Weinstein shortly after the alleged attack, and questioned her decision to meet him again in London. Cheronis presented Haleyi with several messages in which she asked Weinstein about possible jobs or, in one instance, feedback on a television concept. Haleyi said she stayed in touch with Weinstein because he was powerful in her industry, and she needed work. "I asked for jobs from many people, including Harvey Weinstein," she said. REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar
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Actor Rosie Perez points at film producer Harvey Weinstein as she testifies at New York Criminal Court, January 24 in this courtroom sketch. Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday to bolster the account of friend and fellow actress Annabella Sciorra, who said she was raped by the former Hollywood producer in the early 1990s.
Perez, testifying for the prosecution, said she called Sciorra one night to invite her to go out, but Sciorra answered in a "strange whisper of a voice."

When she asked Sciorra what was wrong, Sciorra answered, "I think something bad happened. I think I was raped."

Perez testified that when she asked Sciorra who had raped her, Sciorra said only, "I can't, I can't."

Months later, Perez said, she heard rumors that Weinstein was stalking Sciorra in London and concluded he was the rapist. Perez said she called Sciorra, who confirmed her suspicion.

Perez said she urged Sciorra to go to the police, but Sciorra refused, saying, "He'd destroy me."

Weinstein lawyer Damon Cheronis cross-examined Perez, pressing her about the details of her first phone call to Sciorra and asking her whether she went to check on her friend after the conversation.

Perez said she had not.

"I was in a panic," she said, becoming animated. "I didn't know what to do." REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Actor Rosie Perez points at film producer Harvey Weinstein as she testifies at New York Criminal Court, January 24 in this courtroom sketch. Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday to bolster the account of friend and...more

Actor Rosie Perez points at film producer Harvey Weinstein as she testifies at New York Criminal Court, January 24 in this courtroom sketch. Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday to bolster the account of friend and fellow actress Annabella Sciorra, who said she was raped by the former Hollywood producer in the early 1990s. Perez, testifying for the prosecution, said she called Sciorra one night to invite her to go out, but Sciorra answered in a "strange whisper of a voice." When she asked Sciorra what was wrong, Sciorra answered, "I think something bad happened. I think I was raped." Perez testified that when she asked Sciorra who had raped her, Sciorra said only, "I can't, I can't." Months later, Perez said, she heard rumors that Weinstein was stalking Sciorra in London and concluded he was the rapist. Perez said she called Sciorra, who confirmed her suspicion. Perez said she urged Sciorra to go to the police, but Sciorra refused, saying, "He'd destroy me." Weinstein lawyer Damon Cheronis cross-examined Perez, pressing her about the details of her first phone call to Sciorra and asking her whether she went to check on her friend after the conversation. Perez said she had not. "I was in a panic," she said, becoming animated. "I didn't know what to do." REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. Barbara Ziv leaves the courtroom with Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi after testifying in film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial January 24. Ziv testified as an expert for prosecutors about why some sexual assault victims do not report attacks or avoid their abusers.

Ziv said most victims of rapes and sexual assaults know their attackers, do not fight back during the attacks, and many maintain relationships with their attackers.

"They're hoping that this was just an aberration," said Ziv, who teaches at Temple University in Philadelphia. Her testimony could help prosecutors show jurors why some women who have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct might have stayed in contact with him after it occurred.

On cross-examination, Cheronis asked Ziv if a woman could view a consensual encounter years later as nonconsensual because she had come to regret it.

"Anything is possible," Ziv answered, though she said it was not the norm. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. Barbara Ziv leaves the courtroom with Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi after testifying in film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial January 24. Ziv testified as an expert for prosecutors about why some...more

Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. Barbara Ziv leaves the courtroom with Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi after testifying in film producer Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial January 24. Ziv testified as an expert for prosecutors about why some sexual assault victims do not report attacks or avoid their abusers. Ziv said most victims of rapes and sexual assaults know their attackers, do not fight back during the attacks, and many maintain relationships with their attackers. "They're hoping that this was just an aberration," said Ziv, who teaches at Temple University in Philadelphia. Her testimony could help prosecutors show jurors why some women who have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct might have stayed in contact with him after it occurred. On cross-examination, Cheronis asked Ziv if a woman could view a consensual encounter years later as nonconsensual because she had come to regret it. "Anything is possible," Ziv answered, though she said it was not the norm. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Actress Annabella Sciorra is cross-examined by lawyer Donna Rotunno January 23 in this courtroom sketch. Sciorra testified on Thursday that Harvey Weinstein pinned her hands behind her head and violently raped her more than 25 years ago, becoming the first accuser to take the stand against the former Hollywood producer in his sexual assault trial.

"He had intercourse with me as I tried to fight, but I couldn't fight anymore because he had my hands locked," she told the New York jury of seven men and five women. Weinstein, sitting at the defence table, took notes on a legal pad at times during the testimony. Sciorra told the jury that the evening of the alleged rape had started with Weinstein giving her a ride home from an Irish restaurant. After dropping her off, he knocked on her door and came inside uninvited.

She testified that after forcing intercourse on her, he performed oral sex on her as she protested.

"It was just so disgusting that my body started to shake in a way that was very unusual," she said. "It was like a seizure or something."

One of Weinstein's attorneys, Donna Rotunno, methodically sought to undercut Sciorra's account.

Rotunno repeatedly asked Sciorra if she had tried to get away from Weinstein and whether she had fought back during the alleged rape.

Sciorra said she did not recall the details of the struggle but repeated that she felt she could not escape.

"He was frightening," she said.

During rapid-fire questioning, Rotunno grilled Sciorra about whether she had called the police, gone to the hospital or immediately told anyone she had been raped.

Sciorra said she had not.

"At the time, I didn't understand that it was rape," she said.

Sciorra told jurors that she saw Weinstein several weeks later at a dinner where she tried to confront him and told him she fainted during the alleged attack.

She said he responded by saying, "That's what all the nice Catholic girls say."

She said Weinstein leaned in and said: "This remains between y

Actress Annabella Sciorra is cross-examined by lawyer Donna Rotunno January 23 in this courtroom sketch. Sciorra testified on Thursday that Harvey Weinstein pinned her hands behind her head and violently raped her more than 25 years ago, becoming the...more

Actress Annabella Sciorra is cross-examined by lawyer Donna Rotunno January 23 in this courtroom sketch. Sciorra testified on Thursday that Harvey Weinstein pinned her hands behind her head and violently raped her more than 25 years ago, becoming the first accuser to take the stand against the former Hollywood producer in his sexual assault trial. "He had intercourse with me as I tried to fight, but I couldn't fight anymore because he had my hands locked," she told the New York jury of seven men and five women. Weinstein, sitting at the defence table, took notes on a legal pad at times during the testimony. Sciorra told the jury that the evening of the alleged rape had started with Weinstein giving her a ride home from an Irish restaurant. After dropping her off, he knocked on her door and came inside uninvited. She testified that after forcing intercourse on her, he performed oral sex on her as she protested. "It was just so disgusting that my body started to shake in a way that was very unusual," she said. "It was like a seizure or something." One of Weinstein's attorneys, Donna Rotunno, methodically sought to undercut Sciorra's account. Rotunno repeatedly asked Sciorra if she had tried to get away from Weinstein and whether she had fought back during the alleged rape. Sciorra said she did not recall the details of the struggle but repeated that she felt she could not escape. "He was frightening," she said. During rapid-fire questioning, Rotunno grilled Sciorra about whether she had called the police, gone to the hospital or immediately told anyone she had been raped. Sciorra said she had not. "At the time, I didn't understand that it was rape," she said. Sciorra told jurors that she saw Weinstein several weeks later at a dinner where she tried to confront him and told him she fainted during the alleged attack. She said he responded by saying, "That's what all the nice Catholic girls say." She said Weinstein leaned in and said: "This remains between y
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Actress Ellen Barkin arrives after a lunch break to watch the case of film producer Harvey Weinstein at New York Criminal Court, January 23. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Actress Ellen Barkin arrives after a lunch break to watch the case of film producer Harvey Weinstein at New York Criminal Court, January 23. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Actress Ellen Barkin arrives after a lunch break to watch the case of film producer Harvey Weinstein at New York Criminal Court, January 23. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 22. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 23. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 23. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein departs his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 23. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 21. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 21. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 21. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Model Gigi Hadid arrives for jury duty at the New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 16. Hadid, among the more than 100 potential jurors who have passed an initial round of pre-screening in Weinstein's rape trial, said she had met Weinstein before but could nonetheless be fair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Model Gigi Hadid arrives for jury duty at the New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 16. Hadid, among the more than 100 potential jurors who have passed an initial round of pre-screening in Weinstein's rape trial, said she had met...more

Model Gigi Hadid arrives for jury duty at the New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, January 16. Hadid, among the more than 100 potential jurors who have passed an initial round of pre-screening in Weinstein's rape trial, said she had met Weinstein before but could nonetheless be fair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 13. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 13. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 13. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 9.  REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 9. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 9. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Women hold a protest across the street from the court where Harvey Weinstein's ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Women hold a protest across the street from the court where Harvey Weinstein's ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Women hold a protest across the street from the court where Harvey Weinstein's ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 14. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 14. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 14. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Harvey Weinstein departs New York Criminal Court after his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Harvey Weinstein departs New York Criminal Court after his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Harvey Weinstein departs New York Criminal Court after his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Harvey Weinstein sits during his sexual assault trial as Judge James Burke speaks, January 9. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Harvey Weinstein sits during his sexual assault trial as Judge James Burke speaks, January 9. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Harvey Weinstein sits during his sexual assault trial as Judge James Burke speaks, January 9. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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An unidentified man holds books as he escorts Harvey Weinstein to his car during the first day of his trial, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

An unidentified man holds books as he escorts Harvey Weinstein to his car during the first day of his trial, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

An unidentified man holds books as he escorts Harvey Weinstein to his car during the first day of his trial, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Potential jurors raise their hands and explain why they can't serve on the jury, January 8. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Potential jurors raise their hands and explain why they can't serve on the jury, January 8. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Potential jurors raise their hands and explain why they can't serve on the jury, January 8. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 8. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 8. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 8. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court after his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court after his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein exits the New York Criminal Court after his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court after a break for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court after a break for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court after a break for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Harvey Weinstein departs Criminal Court on the first day of a sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York City, January 6. 

REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein departs Criminal Court on the first day of a sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York City, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Harvey Weinstein departs Criminal Court on the first day of a sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York City, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Rose McGowan arrives to speak to reporters outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6. 

REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Rose McGowan arrives to speak to reporters outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Rose McGowan arrives to speak to reporters outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Harvey Weinstein leans on his walker in Criminal Court on the first day of his sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Harvey Weinstein leans on his walker in Criminal Court on the first day of his sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

Harvey Weinstein leans on his walker in Criminal Court on the first day of his sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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A sign is held outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6.    REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

A sign is held outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

A sign is held outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives for the first day of his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives for the first day of his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Yana Paskova

Film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives for the first day of his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Yana Paskova
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Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi (L) departs Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi (L) departs Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi (L) departs Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Lawyer Donna Rotunno leaves New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Lawyer Donna Rotunno leaves New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Lawyer Donna Rotunno leaves New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Rosanna Arquette speaks to reporters alongside other accusers outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Rosanna Arquette speaks to reporters alongside other accusers outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Rosanna Arquette speaks to reporters alongside other accusers outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Rosanna Arquette looks at a sign reading 'listen to survivors' outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Rosanna Arquette looks at a sign reading 'listen to survivors' outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Rosanna Arquette looks at a sign reading 'listen to survivors' outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Lawyer Gloria Allred arrives at New York Criminal Court, January 6.   REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Lawyer Gloria Allred arrives at New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Lawyer Gloria Allred arrives at New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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