Here's what we know so far...
The past year has been a watershed moment for women, with the New York Times’ investigation of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, seeing over 70 women coming forward with allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against the 66-year-old.
The multiple reports of not only harassing female employees, but also paying off his accusers for decades, are said to date back 30 years, with the revelations leading to Weinstein getting fired from his own company and a third of its all-male board resigning – not to mention, prompting the global #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
Actresses from Angelina Jolie to Uma Thurman have come forward with stories of their own, and Hollywood heavyweights have been donating their earnings from the Weinstein Company to charities that help sexual assault survivors.
This week marked a huge step forward for the high profile case, with a grand jury in New York indicting the disgraced producer on charges of rape – just one week after he was initially charged by prosecutors.
The case in particular relates to two alleged offences on unnamed women, one in 2004, and another in 2013.
According to New York district attorney Cyrus Vance, Harvey Weinstein is now one step closer to accountability, potentially facing up to 25 years in prison if he is convicted of either attack.
Harvey Weinstein is currently on a £751,000 bail, wearing a GPS tracker and surrendering his passport to authorities.
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