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Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison

Harvey Weinstein speaks as witnesses watch during his sentencing following his conviction on sexual assault and rape charges in Manhattan, New York,  March 11, 2020 in this courtroom sketch. The former movie producer was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday for his sexual assault and rape convictions last month after delivering a rambling statement to the court expressing sympathy for men accused in the #MeToo movement while saying he is trying to be \
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Harvey Weinstein speaks as witnesses watch during his sentencing following his conviction on sexual assault and rape charges in Manhattan, New York, March 11, 2020 in this courtroom sketch. The former movie producer was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday for his sexual assault and rape convictions last month after delivering a rambling statement to the court expressing sympathy for men accused in the #MeToo movement while saying he is trying to be "a better person." REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Attorney Gloria Allred speaks to the media at the New York Criminal Court after the sentencing of film producer Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault following his trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, March 11. A jury on Feb. 24 found Weinstein - once one of Hollywood\u0027s most powerful figures - guilty of sexually assaulting former production assistant Mimi Haleyi and raping former aspiring actress Jessica Mann.  REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Attorney Gloria Allred speaks to the media at the New York Criminal Court after the sentencing of film producer Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault following his trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, New York, March 11. A jury on Feb. 24 found Weinstein - once one of Hollywood's most powerful figures - guilty of sexually assaulting former production assistant Mimi Haleyi and raping former aspiring actress Jessica Mann. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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Tarale Wulff, a victim of Harvey Weinstein, wipes her eye before speaks to the media after his sentencing at New York Criminal Court March 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Tarale Wulff, a victim of Harvey Weinstein, wipes her eye before speaks to the media after his sentencing at New York Criminal Court March 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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Harvey Weinstein sits in a wheelchair during his sentencing in Manhattan, New York, March 11 in this courtroom sketch. \
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Harvey Weinstein sits in a wheelchair during his sentencing in Manhattan, New York, March 11 in this courtroom sketch. "I feel remorse for all of the men who are going through this fight," Weinstein, 67, told the court before he was sentenced, sounding unrepentant. "I'm totally confused," said Weinstein, addressing the court from a wheelchair behind the defense table. Weinstein said he was worried about the "thousands of men who are losing due process" during the #MeToo movement just as people in the past had their careers destroyed when they were accused of being communists. "I think that's what's happening now all over this country," he said. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Tarale Wulff speaks to the media following Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sentencing at New York Criminal Court, March 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Tarale Wulff speaks to the media following Harvey Weinstein's sentencing at New York Criminal Court, March 11. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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Actress and model Lauren Young, (L) and victim former actress Jessica Mann (R) exit the courtroom after listening to the sentencing of Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault following his trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, March 11. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Actress and model Lauren Young, (L) and victim former actress Jessica Mann (R) exit the courtroom after listening to the sentencing of Harvey Weinstein for sexual assault following his trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, March 11. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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Harvey Weinstein watches as Jessica Mann makes a statement during his sentencing in Manhattan, New York, March 11 in this courtroom sketch. \
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Harvey Weinstein watches as Jessica Mann makes a statement during his sentencing in Manhattan, New York, March 11 in this courtroom sketch. "I want to remind you I told Harvey, 'no,'" she said. "I am forced to carry that experience until I die," Mann added. More than 100 women, including famous actresses, have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct stretching back decades, fueling the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse and harassment. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Film producer Harvey Weinstein is handcuffed after his guilty verdict in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24, in this courtroom sketch. Weinstein was convicted of sexual assault and rape by a New York jury on Monday in a milestone verdict for the #MeToo movement that inspired women to go public with misconduct allegations against powerful men. 

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Film producer Harvey Weinstein is handcuffed after his guilty verdict in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24, in this courtroom sketch. Weinstein was convicted of sexual assault and rape by a New York jury on Monday in a milestone verdict for the #MeToo movement that inspired women to go public with misconduct allegations against powerful men. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court during his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24. 

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Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court during his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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The jury foreman reads the verdict in Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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The jury foreman reads the verdict in Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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A man pushes out of the courtroom the chair used by Harvey Weinstein after a verdict at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, February 24. Images of Weinstein\u0027s feeble entrances into court rocketed around social media: a disheveled man slouched over a walker, trailed by his lead defense lawyer, a woman.

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A man pushes out of the courtroom the chair used by Harvey Weinstein after a verdict at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, February 24. Images of Weinstein's feeble entrances into court rocketed around social media: a disheveled man slouched over a walker, trailed by his lead defense lawyer, a woman. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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Film producer Harvey Weinstein\u0027s defense lawyers team Donna Rotunno and Damon Cheronis exits the courtroom after a verdict during the ongoing sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, February 24. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyers team Donna Rotunno and Damon Cheronis exits the courtroom after a verdict during the ongoing sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court in Manhattan, February 24. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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Film producer Harvey Weinstein\u0027s defense team walks away from the press conference area as Attorney Gloria Allred speaks with the media following Weinstein\u0027s guilty verdict in his sexual assault trial in New York, February 24. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein's defense team walks away from the press conference area as Attorney Gloria Allred speaks with the media following Weinstein's guilty verdict in his sexual assault trial in New York, February 24. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Reporters look on as film producer Harvey Weinstein enters the courtroom on the day of the verdict in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Reporters look on as film producer Harvey Weinstein enters the courtroom on the day of the verdict in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court during his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at the New York Criminal Court during his ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 24, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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Harvey Weinstein departs New York Criminal Court after the third day of jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 20. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Harvey Weinstein departs New York Criminal Court after the third day of jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 20. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court during his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 18. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs
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Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court during his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 18. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

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Mimi Haleyi, former production assistant, arrives to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the Criminal Court January 27. Haleyi cried as she testified that she accepted an invitation to Weinstein\u0027s Manhattan home in 2006. Haleyi said Weinstein lunged at her, backed her into a bedroom and forcibly performed oral sex on her, yanking out her tampon. Under questioning from Weinstein\u0027s attorneys, Haleyi acknowledged that she accepted trips to Los Angeles and London from Weinstein after the attack, in part because she needed work, and signed messages to him with \
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Mimi Haleyi, former production assistant, arrives to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the Criminal Court January 27. Haleyi cried as she testified that she accepted an invitation to Weinstein's Manhattan home in 2006. Haleyi said Weinstein lunged at her, backed her into a bedroom and forcibly performed oral sex on her, yanking out her tampon. Under questioning from Weinstein's attorneys, Haleyi acknowledged that she accepted trips to Los Angeles and London from Weinstein after the attack, in part because she needed work, and signed messages to him with "lots of love." REUTERS/Gabriela Bhaskar

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Witness Jessica Mann leaves Manhattan Criminal Court after testifying in the trial of Harvey Weinstein in New York, February 3. The other accuser, Mann, described Weinstein as a \
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Witness Jessica Mann leaves Manhattan Criminal Court after testifying in the trial of Harvey Weinstein in New York, February 3. The other accuser, Mann, described Weinstein as a "Jekyll and Hyde:" Charming in public but often showing terrifying anger when they were alone. Mann said that soon after meeting Weinstein she entered into an extremely degrading relationship with him that never included intercourse until, she alleged, he raped her in 2013. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

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Attorney Donna Rotunno makes her closing arguments to the jury in front of Judge James Burke at New York Criminal Court, February 13. Weinstein\u0027s defense team repeatedly suggested that Mann willingly had sex with Weinstein to advance her career. On cross-examination, Mann was shown an email she wrote in 2014 in which she described Weinstein as a \
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Attorney Donna Rotunno makes her closing arguments to the jury in front of Judge James Burke at New York Criminal Court, February 13. Weinstein's defense team repeatedly suggested that Mann willingly had sex with Weinstein to advance her career. On cross-examination, Mann was shown an email she wrote in 2014 in which she described Weinstein as a "pseudo father." Under prosecution questioning, Mann described Weinstein's genitals as "deformed." REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Harvey Weinstein\u0027s defense attorneys Donna Rotunno and Damon Cheronis are seen at the New York Criminal Court as jurors deliberate on his rape and sexual assault charges, in New York, February 20. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Harvey Weinstein's defense attorneys Donna Rotunno and Damon Cheronis are seen at the New York Criminal Court as jurors deliberate on his rape and sexual assault charges, in New York, February 20. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Actor Annabella Sciorra arrives to testify as a witness, January 23, 2020. Prosecutors were allowed to introduce evidence of alleged attacks on other women, even though the incidents did not result in charges against Weinstein. \
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Actor Annabella Sciorra arrives to testify as a witness, January 23, 2020. Prosecutors were allowed to introduce evidence of alleged attacks on other women, even though the incidents did not result in charges against Weinstein. "Sopranos" actress Sciorra testified that Weinstein pinned her hands behind her head and violently raped her more than 25 years ago. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Attorney Donna Rotunno arrives at New York Criminal Court for Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 13. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Attorney Donna Rotunno arrives at New York Criminal Court for Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, February 13. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

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Harvey Weinstein listens to testimony being read back during jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court, February 21. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Harvey Weinstein listens to testimony being read back during jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court, February 21. 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 29. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Harvey Weinstein arrives at New York Criminal Court for his sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 29. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Harvey Weinstein watches as his lawyer Donna Rotunno argues with Gloria Allred during Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court, February 21. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg
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Harvey Weinstein watches as his lawyer Donna Rotunno argues with Gloria Allred during Weinstein's sexual assault trial at New York Criminal Court, February 21. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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Tarale Wulff, a witness in the trial of Harvey Weinstein, arrives in New York State Supreme Court, January 29. Wulff testified she was a waitress when Weinstein invited her to read for a movie role. She was instructed to go to his home, where he pushed her onto a bed. She said Weinstein told her not to worry because he had a vasectomy, then raped her.

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Tarale Wulff, a witness in the trial of Harvey Weinstein, arrives in New York State Supreme Court, January 29. Wulff testified she was a waitress when Weinstein invited her to read for a movie role. She was instructed to go to his home, where he pushed her onto a bed. She said Weinstein told her not to worry because he had a vasectomy, then raped her. 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
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Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his legal team arrive at the Criminal Court, January 28. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs

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Lauren Young steps off the witness stand next to a screen to describe a bathroom and attack during Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial, February 5. Young testified that the film producer trapped her in a hotel bathroom in 2013, masturbated in front of her while groping her breasts, and told her: \
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Lauren Young steps off the witness stand next to a screen to describe a bathroom and attack during Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault trial, February 5. Young testified that the film producer trapped her in a hotel bathroom in 2013, masturbated in front of her while groping her breasts, and told her: "This is what all the actresses do to make it." She is one of two accusers in a separate sexual assault case against Weinstein in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg

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

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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
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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

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Women hold a protest across the street from the court where Harvey Weinstein\u0027s ongoing sexual assault trial in Manhattan, New York, January 10. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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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

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Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi (L) departs Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial in Manhattan, January 6. During closing arguments, prosecutors said Weinstein had abused his power and counted on his victims never coming forward. \
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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. During closing arguments, prosecutors said Weinstein had abused his power and counted on his victims never coming forward. "The defendant not only ran roughshod over the dignity and the very lives of these witnesses, but he also underestimated them," said Illuzzi. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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Rose McGowan arrives to speak to reporters outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial, January 6. \
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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. "I think he's taken some good acting tips," quipped McGowan, an actress who has accused Weinstein of rape. She is one of more than 80 women since 2017 to accuse the former producer of sexual misconduct. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

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A sign is held outside New York Criminal Court on the first day of Harvey Weinstein\u0027s sexual assault trial, January 6.    REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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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

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Rosanna Arquette speaks to reporters alongside other accusers outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. McGowan staged a protest outside the court, along with actress Rosanna Arquette and other Weinstein accusers, demanding accountability. \
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Rosanna Arquette speaks to reporters alongside other accusers outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. McGowan staged a protest outside the court, along with actress Rosanna Arquette and other Weinstein accusers, demanding accountability. "As we stand here at the beginning of a new year and a new decade, time's up on sexual harassment in all workplaces," said Arquette, referencing the #TimesUp movement that opposes sexual harassment, misconduct and discrimination. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

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Rosanna Arquette looks at a sign reading \u0027listen to survivors\u0027 outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Rosanna Arquette looks at a sign reading 'listen to survivors' outside New York Criminal Court, January 6. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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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\u0027s rape trial, said she had met Weinstein before but could nonetheless be fair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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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

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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
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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

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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
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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

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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
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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

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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, January 7. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

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