Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to the grand jury charges for sexual assault and assault in Los Angeles on Monday.
This was Weinstein’s second complaint after Weinstein’s team failed to dismiss two of the 11 complaints.
“He can’t walk or see,” his lawyer, Mark Worksman, said outside the court.
Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer Mark Worksman said his client “can’t see and can’t walk” after Waynestein was second charged with sexual assault and assault in Los Angeles on Monday. “.
Weinstein pleaded not guilty to all charges. This was the second grand jury prosecution after the Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon’s office challenged the statute of limitations.
Weinstein was charged with 11 charges of sexual assault against five different women.In the last few months, Judge Lisa B. Wrench has Refused to dismiss two charges Against Weinstein.
Wearing a brown Los Angeles County prison jumpsuit and a mask under his nose, Weinstein spoke only to waive his right to a trial within 120 days of delivery. In other words, the trial will not be held this year.
Outside the courthouse, Mr. Worksman said the DA’s motion for evidence of a new “preliminary act” was “part of the effort since Weinstein began to be wiped out by the alleged tsunami.” .. Werksman said their team had filed two allegations ordered in a sealed state for 10 days in response.
Asked about Weinstein’s health and attitude, Worksman said, “He calls them off limits, which means he has little contact, so he’s almost the same as in a cell. I am detained. “
“He can’t walk or see,” added Weinstein, noting that he needed a wheelchair and eye surgery.
Weinstein First insisted on innocence Up to 11 cases of sexual assault in Los Angeles courts July 21st. He has been sentenced to 23 years in prison in New York after a New York jury was found guilty of three rapes and forced sexual assaults against two women in 2020.
DA’s office accused Weinstein of sexually assaulting and attempting to include evidence from those not on the indictment prior to the next hearing on October 25, ” Submitted a petition for “advance action”.
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