Actor Kadian Noble has accused the dishonored producer of sexual assault during the course of its cinema festival in 2004, contravening sexuality trafficking laws
Harvey Weinstein has been accused of violating sex trafficking statutes as an aspire performer has launched a lawsuit against him.
Kadian Noble alleges that the dishonored producer invited her to his hotel room during the course of its Cannes film festival in 2004 claiming that he wanted to cast her in a forthcoming movie. She claims that he proceeded to grope her before trapping her in the bathroom and forcing her to perform sexual acts.
Noble’s suit alleges that during the course of its encounter, he told her:” Everything will be taken care of for you if you relax .” The suit is aimed not only at Harvey Weinstein but also his brother, Bob, and their company the Weinstein Company, citing” reckless neglect” on their parts.
The suit details the involvement of an unnamed producer at the company who spoke to Noble on the phone, instructing her to be” a good girl and do whatever he wished “.
In response, Weinstein’s spokesperson has denied the claims.” Mr Weinstein denies allegations of non-consensual sexuality ,” his representative said.” Mr Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of reprisal against any women for refusing his advances .”
The suit arrives in the same day as a civil claim in the UK from an anonymous female who alleges that she was also sexually assaulted by Weinstein.
Both instances arrive after dozens of other women around the world have exposed similar narratives about their experiences with Weinstein, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Rose McGowan.
It is believed that authorities in different cities are collaborating to try and build a legal suit against the producer. Los Angeles detectives have been interviewing witnesses in preparation for a instance to present to the district attorney; the NYPD has been investigating two rape grievances; and in London, three other instances are being handled.
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