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>> A Hollywood mogul led away in handcuffs. Film producer Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to police in New York City Friday. He appeared in criminal court, where he's facing charges of rape and sex abuse.>> For two separate forcible sexual assaults against two different women.>> Prosecutors did not identify those two women, but said the crimes took place in 2004 and 2013.
A judge set his bail at $10 million. He paid 1 million in a cashier's check under the terms of his release. He also surrendered his passport and promised not to travel beyond New York State and Connecticut. Weinstein's lawyer said his client intends to plead not guilty to the charges.
>> We believe that they are constitutionally flawed.>> A year ago, he was among the most powerful men in show business. But as details of allegations against him came to light, the Me Too movement took off, with hundred of women publicly accusing powerful men of harassment. In all, more than 70 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct spanning decades.
That includes Hollywood A-listers Ashley Judd and Salma Hayek. Weinstein denies having non-consensual sex with anyone. But the harassment claims have taken a huge toll on the producer and his own company, which he was fired from. Months after the scandal broke, the Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy.