Transcript for Actress testifies against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein
stand at the Harvey Weinstein trial, staring him down in court her chilling testimony tonight. What she says happened in her own apartment. Weinstein's attorneys responding. Here'sac erielle reshe. Reporter: Tonight, that chilling first testimony against Harvey Weinstein. From "Sopranos" star Annabella sciorra. A supporting witness for the prosecution, taking the stand recounting in graphic detail the night she says Weinstein raped her nearly three decades ago. Sciorra telling the jury the Hollywood titan forced his way into her Manhattan apartment. "He started to unbutton his shirt I realized what he wanted, it was pretty obvious." Tearing streaming down her face, sciorra demonstrating how he pinned her hands above her head as she fought back by "Punching him, kicking him." The actress claiming two weeks later she confronted Weinstein. "He lean into me and said, this remains between you and I. His eyes were black. I thought he was going to hit me right there." Sciorra says she drank and cut herself to cope with the trauma, but Weinstein's defense team trying to undermine sciorra's credibility, claiming she showed up drunk to the set of their movie, "The night we never met," which she denied. How could you buy a house without telling me? Reporter: Weinstein's attorney pointing out that sciorra didn't call police. "At the time, I didn't understand that was rape." The lawyer saying, "You were 33 at the time?" She says, "Correct." She said she didn't see her costars in person until days later on the red carpet. David, this case focuses on two women, but at least six accusers are expected to testify against Weinstein. Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to all five felony counts in this case and has maintained that he's never had nonconsensual sex. David? Erielle, thank you.
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