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Paz de la Huerta met with Manhattan prosecutors on Monday to discuss her rape charge against Harvey Weinstein and his lawyer told Page Six she expects to be back in the district attorney’s office on Thursday.
The “Boardwalk Empire” star, who has been accused Weinstein of the rape, and continued it in California for $60 million, which is a documentary about him, to be “Untouchable,” which will premiere in New York on Sunday. On the following day, de la Huerta was in the it’s — been-to-date, they have refused to take on any of the charges in her case.
Her lawyer, Mark Jay Heller, told Page Six he hopes that they will continue with the charges after a meeting with his client this week. He also claimed that de la Huerta was out of town for an extended period of time, be them to had been previously interviewed by Manhattan prosecutors in Paris, france.
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“They were very receptive,” Heller told the TMZ, outside the district attorney’s office.
He said that “it has been listening to what Paz has to say . . . and we have once again been invited to be a full day on a Thursday.”
De la Huerta chimed in: “This is an operation in the hospital a couple of weeks ago, and that it was all a lie.”
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She was apparently referring to reports that she was rushed to the hospital in May after an associate called 911 from the star’s Manhattan home, said she was “possibly suicidal.”
At the time, an LA lawyer, la Huerta, told The Mail: “It was an episode of major depression or upset about it, and I think that it might be blown out of proportion.”
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Weinstein’s lawyer, Donna Rotunno, said, “Ms. de la Huerta’s story has been reviewed and considered all of it a few times, and each time it was turned down by the New York city DA DA DA DA DA. “We are very confident that there is nothing on its claims to be considered as well. This may seem to be little more than a publicity stunt.”
“Untouchable”, which closed the first 51Fest, and the Weinstein critics, Erika Rosenbaum, and Hope Exiner, d’amore was published in a Q&A with director Ursula Macfarlane.
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The film also includes interviews with the co-prosecutors, Caitlin Dulany, and Rosanna Arquette.
This article was originally published on Page Six.