Harvey Weinstein sued for sex trafficking by new victim

  • Kadian Noble filed a complaint in US District Court suing Harvey Weinstein under a federals ex trafficking statue  

An actress has filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein under a federal sex trafficking statue after she claims the disgraced mogul sexually assaulted her during a meeting in France.

In court papers filed Monday in United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Kadian Noble claims that Weinstein lured her to his room at Le Majestic Hotel in February 2014 with the promise of a film role and then began to grope her breasts and buttocks.

When she tired to leave, Weinstein trapped her in the bathroom and forced her to masturbate him to completion claims Noble in her complaint

She is now demanding a jury trial and unspecified damages in the suit, which also names Harvey’s brother Bob and The Weinstein Company as co-defendants.  

New accuser: Kadian Noble (above in December 2016) filed a complaint in US District Court suing Harvey Weinstein under a federals ex trafficking statue

Noble, who is being represented by Stuart Mermelstein, claims that she had been in contact with Weinstein about a role prior to the hotel room incident and dropped off a reel of her acting work at his London office.

The complaint states that when the two both found themselves in France soon after, Weinstein ‘asked Kadian to come to his hotel room to review her reel with her and discuss further steps in securing the role he had previously targeted for her.’

Weinstein then began watching Noble’s reel according to the court filing while massaging the plaintiff’s shoulders.

‘He informed her that she needed to relax, and if she did, his people would have all of her details and would “take care of everything” for her,’ reads the complaint.

Noble also was made to get on the phone with a person she was told was an executive she claims, with that man instructing her to be ‘a good girl and do whatever he wished.’

If she did that, Noble claims she was told ‘they would work’ together in the future.  

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