Asia Argento released a list of over 100 women who say they were raped, assaulted, molested, and harassed by Harvey Weinstein
The Manhattan district attorney is expected to request an indictment for Weinstein next week.
On Tuesday, Italian actress Asia Argento released a list of over 100 women who say Harvey Weinstein raped, assaulted, molested, and harassed them.
The list, compiled in a Google Doc details Weinstein's assault and harassment chronologically, beginning with Paula Wachonak, who said that he greeted her “wearing nothing but a hand towel.” In the document, women who say Weinstein raped them are highlighted, as are instances were police reports were filed.
On Monday, The New Yorker reported that Weinstein had contracted multiple private intelligence companies, and operatives who used fake identities, to gather information on the women who came forward and the journalists who were reporting on him in an attempt to suppress the article that was eventually published on October 5 in The New York Times.
CNBC reported on Wednesday that Manhattan's district attorney is planning to seek Harvey Weinstein's indictment before a grand jury as early as next week.