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A federal judge has rejected a $46.8 million settlement of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct cases, saying some of its terms are “obnoxious” and it is not suitable for a class action. In a... 20-minute hearing on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein said the settlement improperly nullifies claims of non-participating parties, and delegates his […]
Agreement would resolve two sexual misconduct lawsuits on behalf of multiple women against imprisoned former film producer The attorney general for New York said on Tuesday that an agreement had been... reached to settle two sexual misconduct lawsuits on behalf of multiple women against Harvey Weinstein for nearly $19m. But attorneys representing six of the women who have made accusations against the imprisoned former film producer called the proposed deal a "sellout" that did not require Weinstein, 68, to accept responsibility or personally pay out any money.
Harvey Weinstein, currently serving a 23 year prison term for rape, was hit with a new lawsuit Thursday that claims he raped an additional four women, one of whom was just 17 years old at the time.... The four Jane Does allege sexual assaults and rapes that occurred from 1984 to 2013, some after meetings […]
Prosecutors in Los Angeles have leveled another sexual assault charge against imprisoned former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for two sex crimes in New York, and now the action will shift to Los Angeles.
Members of the Silence Breakers - a group of women who have spoken out about sexual harassment and abuse that includes several Harvey Weinstein accusers - reacted with shock and elation after the... former movie mogul was sentenced to 23 years in prison in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday morning. "This is a historic moment […]
Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for sex crimes in landmark #MeToo case.
Harvey Weinstein’s defense team asked a judge on Monday to sentence him to five years in prison, the statutory minimum for two counts of rape and sexual assault. In a seven-page sentencing memo, the... defense recounted Weinstein’s charitable contributions and his support for social causes. They also argued that Weinstein has already received a harsh […]
Harvey Weinstein is getting special treatment in jail…- TMZ Why is Justin Bieber scaling down his tour? – Just Jared Jr Are you watching The Outsider? – Lainey Gossip Which pop star is in an... arranged marriage? – TooFab Melania Trump is defending herself for this reason. – Celebitchy Lisa Kudrow just made a huge
Harvey Weinstein prosecutors ask judge to impose sentence reflecting longstanding abusive behavior, sexual and otherwise.
Seeking a harsh sentence, Manhattan prosecutors argued that the once-powerful producer had "sexually violated many women."
The former Hollywood producer is moved from New York's Bellevue Hospital after undergoing a heart procedure.
Lauren O'Conner, a former Weinstein Co. employee, explains why she wrote the damning company memo about Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct.
Despite potentially facing more than two decades in prison, Harvey Weinstein is "not giving up on life," according to his spokesman, Juda Engelmayer.
On Monday the jury returned a guilty verdict on two of the five charges against the movie producer, who is now awaiting sentencing. The Guardian US reporter Lauren Aratani discusses covering the trial... and what the verdict means for the #MeToo movement. And: the latest in the coronavirus outbreak On Monday a New York jury found Harvey Weinstein, the former Hollywood film producer, guilty of two of the five charges he faced. On 11 March he will be sentenced - the charges mean a minimum prison sentence of five years and a maximum of up to 25 years. Zoe Brock, who was not part of the trial but is one of more than 100 women who have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault, describes her shock and relief at hearing the verdict, while the Guardian US reporter Lauren Aratani tells...
Arthur Aidala said Weinstein "talked about the future. The appellate court. He was focused. He mentioned bail."
"Extra" spoke to Harvey Weinstein accuser Mimi Haleyi, who testified against him in his recent trial, just after his historic conviction.
Shamed Cosby, 82, right, called Weinstein's conviction 'a very sad day' in a statement Monday. Weinstein, 67, left, was found guilty of third degree rape and a criminal sexual act by a NYC jury... Monday.
Harvey Weinstein — the Hollywood titan accused by over 100 women of sexual misconduct — is now a convicted rapist. A Manhattan jury’s verdict, delivered shortly after 11:30 a.m. ET on Monday,... sealed the fate of a man whose behaviors toward women have become inextricably linked with the rise of the #MeToo movement. Yet, the convicted mogul’s criminal trial, in all its surprises and disappointments, could indelibly shape how sex crimes are prosecuted and how sexual assault survivors are treated in the court of law moving forward, legal experts observing the trial told TheWrap. “The fact that this case was brought forward and that it resulted in a conviction does suggest that we’re in the midst of real cultural change and progress around correcting our biases about sexual assault...
Harvey Weinstein is currently receiving medical treatment at a New York City hospital, E! News can confirm. Variety reports that former film producer, who was found guilty on two of the...
Jury deliberations are expected to begin on Tuesday in the disgraced Hollywood producer's trial after often-emotional testimony from multiple women who accused him of sexual assault.
Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer Donna Rotunno urged jurors to “look past the headlines” Monday… using a headline — and accompanying op-ed — in Newsweek. “For the process to work as intended... and to operate in good faith, jurors must accept the responsibility of not just considering the facts, testimony and evidence, but cutting through the noise of a media and public intent on injecting their narratives into the courtroom, twisting those facts to fit their point of view,” wrote Rotunno in the opinion piece, published the day before the jury is set to begin deliberations. “Judges instruct jurors to avoid all media coverage and outside influences in making their decision. But in a high-profile case like Harvey Weinstein’s, does anyone think that’s realistically possible?”...
“Power. Manipulation. Abuse.” Those three words appeared on one of the first slides that Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi showed the jury on Friday morning as she began her summation in... Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial in New York. At times speaking softly and at times allowing her words to boom in the filled courtroom, Illuzzi began an impassioned argument that the six women who testified in the trial were the victims of a Hollywood titan who preyed upon young women seeking entry or respect in the industry he controlled. “The defendant was the master of the universe and the witnesses were merely ants that he could step on without consequence,” Illuzzi said. “He also underestimated them. He made sure he had contact with the people he was worried about … to make sure...
In what Harvey Weinstein describes as "the queen's speech", his lawyer launches a scathing attack on the film producer's accusers in the rape case against him, saying prosecutors were acting like... moviemakers, conjuring up a world "where women had no free will".
A lawyer for Harvey Weinstein is expected on Thursday to urge a New York jury to acquit the former Hollywood producer of sexual assault.