By red / AP October 11, 2018 – 5:04 pm The woman told The New Yorker magazine that Weinstein forced her to oral sex during a 2004 meeting in his office. The prosecution does not want to pursue this case further.
Harvey Weinstein denies any allegations.
New York – The Manhattan district attorney's office has dropped part of the criminal case against film producer Harvey Weinstein for sexual offenses. This was announced on Thursday in court. The no longer considered charge has to do with allegations of one of three women against Weinstein in the process. Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Brafman said he believed that the wife, Lucia Evans, had lied to the jury about what had happened.
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The woman told The New Yorker magazine that Weinstein forced her to oral sex at a 2004 meeting in his office. Evans' lawyer Carrie Goldberg said she was disappointed with the prosecutor's decision to "abandon her client."
Weinstein is further charged in court with raping a woman in 2013 and subjecting another woman in 2006 to forced sexual intercourse. Weinstein denies all allegations of non-consensual sex.
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