Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein on Thursday sued The Weinstein Co. in the Delaware Court of Chancery, seeking to access records in order to defend against civil and criminal allegations and to possibly mount a wrongful termination case against the company he founded with his brother in 2005.

Thursday’s filing came just over a week after The Weinstein Co. board ousted Weinstein as co-chairman at the privately held motion picture firm, amid damning allegations that he had sexually harassed and assaulted women in the industry for decades.

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