NYPD opens third sexual assault allegation against Harvey Weinstein

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An attorney for company told a DE judge that Weinstein needs to be deposed to determine his true goal in demanding the documents, which she suggested is purely personal and thus not allowed under DE corporation law.

He added that cops are still gathering evidence. Attorney Lisa Bloom says she is no longer.

De la Huerta, now 33, told her therapist after the incidents happened.

She says Weinstein insisted they have drinks, and they ended up inside her apartment.

NY police are gathering evidence with an eye toward preparing a warrant to arrest Harvey Weinstein on rape charges.

Accounts of abuse by Weinstein that were published last month in The New York Times and The New Yorker encouraged others to speak out, unleashing a cascade of allegations of sexual harassment and assault against leading figures in Hollywood and elsewhere.

"I felt afraid. It wasn't consensual". When he was done he said he'd be calling me.

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The Boardwalk Empire made the revelations in an interview with Vanity Fair.

Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said police found the "Boardwalk Empire" actress' story believable and that if Weinstein were now in NY and the assault allegation had just happened, "we'd go right away and make the arrest".

It is at least the third Weinstein case that police in NY have examined.

The movie mogul has "unequivocally denied" allegations of non-consensual sex.

Officers have received 11 separate allegations of sexual assault on dates ranging from the 1980s to 2015, both in London and outside the United Kingdom.

Weinstein is in Phoenix for treatment following his recent sex scandal, which cost him his marriage, his reputation and his seat on The Weinstein Company board.

In Los Angeles, Officer Drake Madison, spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department, told USA TODAY the department now has two open investigations on Weinstein.

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