A Manhattan state court judge has blocked Harvey Weinstein’s bid to dismiss a new indictment charging the disgraced movie mogul with revised charges of predatory sexual assault ahead of a planned Jan. 6 trial.

New York Supreme Court Justice James M. Burke on Tuesday denied Weinstein’s motions to dismiss two counts of predatory sexual sexual assault on constitutional grounds and said that an attempt by Weinstein’s lawyers to toss the new indictment was “factually and legally flawed.”

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