Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Another Woman Is Alleging That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her In Beverly Hills

Another Woman Is Alleging That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her In Beverly Hills

From there, he invited her to awards show parties and maintained regular communication over the next few years.

She claims Weinstein first assaulted her in 2015 and then raped her in the Montage Hotel in spring past year after he discussed getting her a role in his Marco Polo TV series.

But she alleges that at some stage during their time at the hotel, Weinstein asked he if he could masturbate in front of her - to which she said "no".

The woman said she fled the room as soon as she could break free.

"Weinstein told her that he would not touch her, but "only" wanted her to watch him", according to the suit. "Despite her telling Weinstein 'no, ' Weinstein proceeded to grip her wrist with one hand while using the other to masturbate in front of her to completion".

Weinstein reportedly contacted the woman in 2016, giving her the impression she had landed the role in Marco Polo. She accepted the invitation.

The Jane Doe then claims in the suit that in 2016 they met to discuss the role further, when he allegedly excused himself from the conversation and returned in a bathrobe. Weinstein later called her as if nothing had happened and told her he would be coming to Los Angeles, the suit states.

"Prior to the incidents involving Plaintiff, the Companies executives, officers, directors, managing agents, and employees had actual knowledge of Weinsteins repeated acts of sexual misconduct with women", stated the court documents.

The actress claims that Weinstein pulled her jeans down and began performing oral sex on her, at which point she tried to push her off of him. She says he then used his "massive weight and strength" to force himself on her, pushing his penis inside of her vagina without a condom.

A spokesperson for Weinstein denied any allegation of non-consensual sexual encounters, as he has with the dozens of women who in recent weeks have brought their own allegations of sexual harassment and assault against the now disgraced Oscar-winning producer.

Because the Weinstein Co knew of the movie producer's misconduct toward women, it was liable for the pain he inflicted, according to the lawsuit, which is seeking undisclosed damages.

A new report from Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker alleges that Weinstein enlisted Israel-based Black Cube and U.S. firm Kroll to stop the publication of allegations which have since been made public.

In a statement given to PEOPLE magazine, a representative of the Hollywood producer said: "Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein".

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