Transcript for Disturbing new allegations against Harvey Weinstein
those new bombshell allegations against Harvey Weinstein. "New Yorker" magazine reporting new claims of sexual harassment, assault and rape. One of his accuse Erps going to police, secretly recording her confrontation with Weinstein, but no charges were ever filed. And now Hollywood actress Gwyneth paltrow and Angelina Jolie breaking their silence. ABC's linsey Davis with more tonight. Reporter: The newest bombshell accusation against Harvey Weinstein from gwenyth paltrow. She was 22-years-old and Weinstein had just cast her in a role that would catapult her career. Such happiness this brings to all of us. My dear. Reporter: Paltrow tells "The New York Times" the movie mogul summoned her to his hotel suite for a meeting, then allegedly placed his hands on her and suggested they head to the bedroom for massages. The actress says she refused and later told then boyfriend Brad Pitt who confronted Weinstein. A source tells ABC news, Pitt told him to never touch her again. Several years later, paltrow thanked Weinstein when she won an Oscar in one of his other films. Now, she's coming forward, saying "This way of treating women ends now." And tonight, more accusations. Answgelina joelley also tells "The times" she had a bad experience with Weinstein in her youth and that his behavior is "Unacceptable." Now new questions about how much Hollywood insiders knew or heard about Weinstein, this joke by Seth Macfarlane at the 2013 Oscar nomination ceremony. Congratulations, you five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to Harvey Weinstein. Reporter: And now possibly more damaging evidence against the former studio chief. I'm going to take a shower. You sit there and have a drink. Reporter: "The new Yorker" magazine obtaining this secretly recorded audio during a 2015 sting operation by the NYPD. Weinstein is heard, seemingly admitting to inappropriately touching an Italian model. The audio has been verified by ABC news. Yesterday you touched my breast. Oh, please, I'm sorry. Just come on in, I'm used to. That. You're used to that? Yes, come in. Reporter: The misdemeanor sexual abuse case was never prosecuted. According to the d.a.'s office, "The audio was insufficient to prove a crime under New York law." Ronan farrow wrote the new Yorker expose. There is a problem with understanding no. Reporter: Farrow says three women claim they were raped or forced into a sex act. Ten others told him Weinstein sexually assaulted or harassed them, including Mira sorvino, the third Oscar winner to accuse Weinstein of harassment today alone. It's a travesty this behavior is normalized and accepted in this industry. Reporter: Weinstein has been fired and a spokesperson told "The new Yorker," quote, "Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein." And now, the district attorney says anyone who feels they were victimized by Weinstein should
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