Harvey Weinstein accuser describes the Hollywood mogul’s genitals in video testimony — a frequent tactic that prosecutors say will prove the defendants saw him naked

A woman described the disgusting genitals of Hollywood magnate Harvey Weinstein in video testimony Monday when she described details of a sexual assault at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2013.

This article contains a graphic description of the genitals.

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The accused, known as Jane Doe 2, described Weinstein’s penis in detail, saying it “appears to have been cut and sewn again, as if something wasn’t right about it,” according to a report by Law & Crime.

Weinstein is on trial in Los Angeles, facing 11 counts of sexual assault over the allegations of five different women, one of whom is Jane Doe 2, who accused him of sexually assaulting them between 2004 and 2013. He is already serving 23 years. Jailed in New York after being convicted of sexual assault and rape.

The specific appearance of Weinstein’s genitals, including his penis and inner thigh area where his testicles were surgically inserted to treat a bacterial infection known as Fournier’s gangrene, was a frequent tactic used by Los Angeles County and New York prosecutors to prove that defendants saw him. naked. Weinstein’s lawyers agreed to requests from prosecutors to provide 30 photos of Weinstein’s body as evidence.

Since opening arguments, Deputy District Attorney Paul Thompson has made it clear that Weinstein’s genitals will be discussed because victims will describe “unique things about his body.”

“Because of an infection, his testicles were actually taken out of the scrotum and placed in his inner thighs,” Thompson said in late October, referring to Weinstein’s 1999 surgery. “None of Jane’s team will fully describe his anatomy, but most will be able to describe these abnormalities they observed during the assaults.”

Weinstein’s lawyers have questioned the defendants’ memories — notably Jane Doe1 thus far — claiming that her memories of his genitals were inconsistent between statements made at trial, in front of a grand jury and in a 2017 interview with Los Angeles police.

Weinstein’s attorney Alan Jackson asked Jane Doe1 if she had “changed her story,” citing Weinstein’s surgery and comments to LAPD that he forced her to have oral sex.

“It was described that he had a problem, that it was not in his testicles but that it was part of him,” Jane Doe1 told the court in early November, adding that his testicles were “in his skin.”

Jane Doe 2 gave similar testimony in court this week.

Jane Doe2 testified in court on Monday: “I’ve never really seen a full cyst. I just saw a literal penis. I wasn’t trying to look at it, but it was something I hadn’t seen before.” Law & Crime, also noting that she saw Weinstein “had coils and was really hairy and had moles on his body.”

In her testimony that began Friday and ran through Monday, Jane Doe 2 described in harrowing detail her 2013 encounter with Weinstein.

Jane Doe 2, who was 23 and had just moved to the Venice Beach area to pursue a career in entertainment, met one of Weinstein’s executive assistants, Claudia Salinas, who texted her “suddenly” she’d bring her Jane Doe 2 witnessed script to a mogul The movie is on Tuesday.

She went on to say in her testimony that Salinas was brought to his room in Maybourne, then known as Montague, because Weinstein was preparing to present an award to director Quentin Tarantino. She said she was taken to Weinstein’s bathroom and left alone when he started showering and undressing.

“I had never seen a person of this size naked before, so I couldn’t fathom what was happening to me now,” she said in court as tears began to roll into her eyes, in a report by The Wrap. I actually laughed nervously and thought ‘No, no, no.’

She continued, “He was just talking about work and other actresses. And he says, ‘That’s what they do.'” That’s how I know you can act.”

Jane Doe 2 testified that she tried to leave the bathroom when Weinstein closed the entrance, saying he told her they were “only going to talk” and “he was talking about things in movies, acting, and hanging out” before he “started touching her”.

He said he unzipped her dress and pulled it to her hips, adding that he was touching her and “jumps up, like staring at me, not looking at me. He holds me there and talks to me.”

Jane Doe 2 testified that the confrontation lasted for several minutes before Weinstein slipped on a towel and left the bathroom, after which she said she undressed and left the bathroom.

“I was in so much shock, I was wondering how I was going to leave, and whether they would let me leave,” she said. “I just wanted to get out of there ASAP.”

After the accident, the woman said, she went to her car and cried, saying she didn’t report the accident to the police right away because “this guy is so strong, I didn’t know what to do.”

“I was afraid at that point that he might have something to do with the cops or that he’s corrupt like that,” she said. “I knew he had so much power I was really scared.”

Salinas’ attorney denied her involvement in the sexual assault claim, telling The Wrap: “Ms. Salinas has previously testified credibly and under oath in relation to this matter in New York. This allegation made by Jane Doe 2 is untrue; her account never occurred. I’m sure whose credibility will be questionable.”

A representative for Salinas did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Jane Doe 2, fearing reprisals, agreed to meet with Salinas and Weinstein’s other assistant Barbara Schnewes the day after the alleged assault to talk about “the job offers they wanted to make” to her, according to Law & Crime.

“I was afraid not to go to their meeting, for fear of retaliation, that they would call my agency and say ‘drop her,’” she said. “I didn’t know if not going would be worse, so I went because I was afraid. I thought he would be there and maybe I could tell him. I didn’t know if it was better not to go. “

The woman said Schneweis asked her to send shots in the head but she never did: “I didn’t want to work with her because of what they did to me.”

If you are a survivor of sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-4673) or visit their website for confidential support.


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