Harvey Weinstein Urgently RUSHED Out Of Prison After Rape Conviction Overturned

Harvey Weinstein Urgently RUSHED Out Of Prison After Rape Conviction Overturned

Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood mogul and accused sexual predator, was swiftly taken to the hospital after his felony rape conviction was overturned.

“They examined him and sent him to Bellevue. It seems like he needs a lot of help, physically. He’s got a lot of problems. He’s getting all kinds of tests. He’s somewhat of a train wreck health-wise,” said his attorney Arthur Aidala in an interview with Sky News.

Despite the recent ruling, Weinstein will remain in jail "because he was convicted in Los Angeles in 2022 of another rape. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison for that crime," noted the news outlet.

A New York court has ordered a new trial in the high-profile "MeToo" case against Weinstein.

Weinstein has been grappling with chronic cardiovascular issues, diabetes, sleep apnea, and ocular complications for an extended period.

He was moved from the Mohawk Correctional Facility, where he had been held since 2023, to the Rikers Island jail complex.

“He was not treated well. They refused to give him even a sip of water, no food, no bathroom break,” Aidala remarked.

“He’s a 72-year-old sickly man.”

According to a Department of Corrections and Community Supervision spokesperson, Weinstein was transferred to the city’s Department of Correction as per the appeals court's directive.

Currently incarcerated in a New York correctional facility, Weinstein is serving a 23-year prison sentence. He was convicted of sexually abusing Mimi Haleyi, a former production assistant, in 2006, and raping Jessica Mann, an aspiring actress, in 2013.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is now involved in a legal battle concerning allegations of hush money against former President Donald Trump. Bragg will determine whether Weinstein will receive a retrial.

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