August 22, 2018, 05:33 PM
Updated on August 22, 2018 19:29
A new complaint, filed Monday by Emma Loman, actress and model, accuses film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual trafficking in a federal court in California (US), local media reported Wednesday.
This is the second demand in this connection against Weinstein, because last week a judge from the Federal Court of Manhattan (USA) rejected a motion of the producer and gave permission to continue with the legal process in which the actress Kadian Noble accuses him of sexual trade.
The complaint filed by Loman, which in his letter claims to have been violated by Weinstein, also pointed the producer to other alleged crimes such as abuse or illegal detention.
According to the text of the trial, Loman, a model who wanted to try his luck in the interpreting world, met Weinstein in 2004 at the Venice Film Festival.
Shortly before the Cannes Festival in 2006, the producer contacted Loman to invite her to the contest and to explore various professional options for her.
The actress understood that it was a great opportunity for her since Weinstein was one of the most powerful men in Hollywood.