Harvey Weinstein 'orally forced himself on me' claims aspiring production worker

Harvey Weinstein 'orally forced himself on me' claims aspiring production worker

Kerry Wise
October 26, 2017

Weinstein entered an undisclosed treatment program after exposes in The New York Times and The New Yorker uncovered a pattern of sexual harassment claims and settlements going back decades. Weinstein then suggested that he perform oral sex on her, the lawsuit states.

Huett and her New York-based lawyer, Jeff Herman, plan to discuss the lawsuit's assertions that the company "condoned and enabled Weinstein's sexual misconduct with young women", how it was aware of nondisclosure agreements and confidential settlements with accusers intending to hide said misconduct, and how its directors and employees knew that Weinstein was continuing to target "unsuspecting young women" for years.

Haleyi joins a growing number of women who claim Weinstein's sexual misconduct goes beyond harassing women to engage with him in sex or nude massages, and crosses into the territory of forcible sexual assault.

Two more women accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault Tuesday, and the company he co-founded is facing a potentially costly lawsuit over his conduct.

Haleyi said the attack occurred during a visit to Weinstein's apartment in NY when she was in her 20s. He wouldn't take no for an answer. Haleyi was in her 20s at the time, Allred said.

She nor Allred would comment on whether they'll now lodge a complaint with the NYPD against Weinstein.

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Herman, who specializes in sexual-abuse cases, told USA TODAY he and Huett aim to put the "Hollywood casting couch" culture on trial through the lawsuit. "That there are more good people than bad people in the world", said Messing, 49, adding that the fact that "difficult conversations have begun that have always been unsaid and undiscussed" gives her faith that conditions for women in this industry will improve.

He has "unequivocally denied" any allegations of non-consensual sex. After a few minutes of normal conversation, she said Weinstein asked for a massage.

Allred, who is representing other women who have made allegations against Weinstein, declined to say whether Haleyi will file criminal or civil charges.

Haleyi finally told Weinstein she wasn't interested in him romantically and that she had heard about his "terrible reputation with women".

Another article from The New Yorker said that several women alleged he sexually assaulted them.

Mimi Haleyi, left, appears at a news conference with her attorney Gloria Allred in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017. Haleyi said afterwards he rolled over and asked her, "Don't you feel we're so much closer to each other now?" "I didn't think at that time that enough people were sharing their stories".