The first of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged victims took the witness stand in his Manhattan criminal trial Thursday, struggling to keep her composure as prosecutors asked her to demonstrate how Harvey Weinstein held her arms over her head to keep her from fighting back during an alleged attack in the early 1990s.

Annabella Sciorra was a young actress having her first successes in those years, when she says the former Hollywood producer barged into her Gramercy Park apartment while she was getting ready for bed and raped her.

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