The New York Police Department have now claimed they have enough evidence against Weinstein to arrest him, after actress Paz de la Huerta filed a police report alleging she was raped by Weinstein back in 2010 on two occasions. "And we have to move forward gathering evidence first".
"I was so terrified of him", de la Huerta told Vanity Fair.
De la Huerta, 33, told the magazine the first alleged rape happened in November 2010. De la Huerta said she told two people about the incident before now, including her therapist and a journalist, and both of them have provided statements corroborating the actresses's account of the night, as per her description of it to them.
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According to the committee, the equivalent of only $1 was spent on the ad, generating 71 impressions and 14 interactions. Among those targeted with the ad were those who liked Gun Rights, National Rifle Association and The Second Amendment.
The actress' attorney provided material to New York District Attorney Maxine B. Rosenthal, who is considering filing charges against the movie mogul. "We are actively investigating them", Sergeant Brendan Ryan, an NYPD spokesman said Thursday. Either way, they need collaboration from Manhattan prosecutors, who put the brakes on a 2015 investigation into Weinstein.
Police in Los Angeles and London are also investigating rape allegations against Weinstein.
Weinstein's spokeswoman told Vanity Fair that the film producer "unequivocally denied" all allegations of nonconsensual sex.
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NY abandoned it's five-year statute of limitations for rape in 2006, meaning Weinstein could be prosecuted.
He said the NYPD was working on the case with the Manhattan district attorney's office. Reportedly $600,000 raised would be given to the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T), a venue that had housed a trial run of the Weinstein-produced Finding Neverland.
The investigation comes a month after The New York Times published an expose of sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein, leading to his firing from the company he co-founded and his expulsion from the organization that bestows the Academy Awards. We are not the target, but of course we are cooperating fully.
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