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Harvey Weinstein leaves court after bail increased to $5 million

By AFP
12 December 2019   |   2:49 pm
Harvey Weinstein leaves a New York City court where a judge increased his bail to $5 million after repeated violations of his ankle monitor system. Weinstein, who faces charges of rape and forcibly performing oral sex on a woman, was originally out on $1 million bail and has had his passport confiscated ahead of his January 6 trial.

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