Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein barely spoke during a hearing before Erie County Judge Kenneth Case Friday, but he made his feelings clear when Case mentioned that a local news station had asked for a camera in the courtroom.

Weinstein, who was appearing by videoconference from Wende Correctional Facility in Alden, New York, wagged his finger as soon as Case brought up the issue before the official start of the hearing. He continued to gesture and shake his head while his attorney Norm Effman discussed the pros and cons with the judge.

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