Harvey Weinstein dons disguise for night out

Harvey Weinstein dons disguise for night out

NY police have a credible rape allegation against fallen Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and are gathering evidence for a possible arrest warrant, a senior officer confirmed Friday. Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said that authorities had interviewed Paz de la Huerta, an actress who accuses Weinstein of twice raping her in 2010.

Boyce said detectives found the "Boardwalk Empire" actress' story believable and that two people corroborated portions of her account.

"If this person were still in NY, and it was recent, we would go right away and make the arrest, no doubt", Boyce said. "No doubt", Boyce said of Weinstein. "We're happy with where the case is right now". But we're talking about a seven-year-old case.

De la Huerta told the news outlet that Weinstein began calling her after the incident and that she confronted him a month later at a Los Angeles hotel.

She says Weinstein insisted they have drinks.

She told CBS that she had been drinking that night and was in no state to agree to having sex. "The investigation is on-going".

Dozens of women have accused the former movie star producer of sex assault.

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

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

"The office has been working with our partners in the NYPD since the new allegations came to light", Vollero said.

The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they speak publicly, which de la Huerta and Guiterrez have done.

"We have an actual case here, so we are happy with where the investigation is right now".

Is there enough evidence for prosecutors to file charges against Weinstein?

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