Two of Harvey Weinstein’s accusers and two of his attorneys are set to appear in an upcoming interview special for Court TV, the network announced on Wednesday.
Set to air on Nov. 4 and 5, the special will feature conversations with Weinstein’s lawyers, Donna Rotunno and Damon Cheronis, on the first night, and accusers Kadian Noble and Hope Exiner d’Amore on the second. Court TV’s Seema Iyer will conduct the interviews and then sit down for her own interview with “Closing Arguments” host Vinnie Politan to discuss what was said.
Noble and Exiner d’Amore are just two of dozens of women who have come forward to accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment or abuse in the two years since a pair of bombshell reports from the New Yorker and the New York Times brought down the powerful media mogul and kicked off the #MeToo movement in earnest in 2017.
Exiner d’Amore came forward in a follow-up story and said that Weinstein raped her in a New York hotel in the 1970s. Noble sued Weinstein and his company in 2017, saying that they violated federal sex trafficking laws when he forced her to perform sex acts on him in his hotel room at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014. Weinstein has denied all accusations of nonconsensual sex.
Weinstein is currently facing charges of rape, sexual assault and predatory sexual assault. 87 women in total have accused the entertainment mogul of sexual misconduct dating back decades.