As prosecutors continue to move forward with their case against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, legal observers say that among the challenges facing the embattled producer’s defense team may include the emergence of additional accusers coming forward to testify.

On Tuesday, Weinstein, 66, pleaded not guilty before acting Manhattan Supreme Court Justice James Burke to charges of first- and third-degree rape and first-degree criminal sex act.

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