Disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein on Thursday renewed his call for a Manhattan judge to dismiss the five remaining criminal charges against him, providing additional details to support his claim that police misconduct tainted grand jury proceedings and that prosecutors failed to turn over evidence that he had a consensual relationship with one of his alleged victims.
The filing by Weinstein attorney Benjamin Brafman included new allegations that police never provided Weinstein’s defense team with information regarding an attempt by an unnamed witness in the case to fabricate a story to support her allegations against the former movie mogul.
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