A still image from video shows former movie producer Harvey Weinstein attending a remote court hearing from the correctional facility where he is being held.
NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) – Convicted sexual predator Harvey Weinstein could be sent to Los Angeles as early as next month to face criminal charges there
after a New York state judge rejected the former Hollywood power broker’s request to delay his extradition.
Weinstein buried his face in his hands on Tuesday (June 15) after the judge rejected his request to remain in New York for medical treatment as he continued to fight extradition on rape charges in California.
He is serving a 23-year prison term after being convicted of sexual assault charges in New York.