A Los Angeles federal judge on Tuesday dismissed racketeering claims against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and lawyers David Boies and Lisa Bloom brought by one of the first actresses to publicly accuse Weinstein of rape.

The future of the case is uncertain, however, as U.S. District Judge Otis Wright II hasn’t yet decided whether to allow lawyers for plaintiff Rose McGowan to file amended claims regarding two of the dismissals, and he deferred ruling on the remaining claims.

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