Harvey Weinstein Must Face Actress' Sex Trafficking Claims

Law360 (August 14, 2018, 8:58 PM EDT) -- A federal judge in Manhattan ruled Tuesday that an actress' sex trafficking suit against producer Harvey Weinstein can move forward, saying her allegations that Weinstein promised her a role and other opportunities so he could force her to perform sex acts are strong enough to advance.

Kadian Noble sued Harvey Weinstein, his brother Bob and their Weinstein Co. last year, saying Harvey Weinstein and his staff baited her with her acting and modeling opportunities so she would come to Harvey Weinstein's room at a French hotel in 2014, where he allegedly groped her private parts and forced her to engage in sex...

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