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Harvey Weinstein’s criminal-defense attorneys, Blair Berk and Ben Brafman, maintained their client’s innocence in a statement to the New Yorker.
“Because of the pending civil litigation and related investigations, it is inappropriate to respond specifically to each of the unsupported and untruthful insinuations contained in this article,” the statement reads. “Suffice it to say, Mr. Weinstein strongly objects to any suggestion that his conduct at any time has ever been contrary to law. Be assured that we will respond in any appropriate legal forum, where necessary, and fully expect that Mr. Weinstein will prevail against any claim of legal wrongdoing. Mr. Weinstein categorically denies ever engaging in any non-consensual sexual conduct with anyone and any suggestion that he acted improperly to defend himself against such claims is simply wrong.”
The New Yorker story also includes an on-the-record interview with Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, the Italian model who accused Weinstein of sexual battery in 2015. According to the article, Gutierrez received a $1 million settlement, which included an elaborate non-disclosure provision. Under the agreement, Gutierrez was to turn over audio recordings and email passwords, and she signed an affidavit swearing that her allegations were false, which would be used in the event of a breach.
The article also cites efforts of Weinstein’s team of attorneys to undermine Gutierrez’s credibility and dissuade Cy Vance, the Manhattan D.A., from pursuing charges. According to the report, Weinstein’s team assembled a dossier of damaging information about Gutierrez, some of which made it into the New York Post. David Boies is quoted in the story alleging that Gutierrez engaged in prostitution.