An actress, Kadian Noble, accused Weinstein of sex trafficking in 2014.
Harvey Weinstein says actress Kadian Noble is way off base with her allegation that he engaged in sex trafficking when she met him in his Cannes hotel room.
Weinstein is responding to Noble’s lawsuit, and insists there was no exchange of money or movie roles for sex during the alleged 2014 incident. TMZ reports that Noble claims Weinstein lured her to Cannes to discuss her future in the business.
In her lawsuit, she said Weinstein forced her to masturbate him and he groped her.
In her suit against Harvey, his brother Bob and TWC, she said that was sex trafficking because Harvey enticed to make an international trip by promising movie roles.
In doumentss, Weinstein says that’s absurd because he made no such promises, and Noble is merely speculating he regularly did this to other women.
He adds that the alleged incident Noble described is only a sexual assault, not sex trafficking.
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