Transcript for Harvey Weinstein accuser 'so happy' after guilty verdict
In other news now, Harvey Weinstein rushed to the hospital after his conviction on criminal sex assault and rape. He's there tonight before going to the city's infamous rikers island. And also this evening, the interview just in, as some of his accusers now speak out about the verdict. ABC's erielle reshef tonight outside bell view hospital. Reporter: A day after that bombshell guilty verdict, Harvey Weinstein hospitalized after experiencing heart palpitations. I was pleasantly surprised. He was in pretty good spirits. Reporter: Corrections officers guarding the hospital room of the now-convicted sex offender, who will soon head to the infamous rikers island. A spokesperson for Weinstein telling ABC news he is working with a prison consultant to prepare for what his life will be like behind bars. The disgraced movie mogul was convicted of sexual assault and third degree rape. Tonight, one of his victims, Mimi haleyi, says she is relieved. I'm happy that the jury got it and just grateful that I was heard and believed. Reporter: The verdict, vindication for dozens of Weinstein's accusers who never got their day in court. Ambra Gutierrez wore a wire for the NYPD in 2015, capturing Weinstein's alleged threats. Why yesterday you touch my breast? Oh, please. I'm sorry. Just come on. I'm used to that. Reporter: Gutierrez breaking down as she got word of the jury's decision. I'm so happy, but I can't stop crying, I don't know. It's so weird. I mean, I can't imagine how the others are feeling right now, you know? Reporter: Tarale wulffe, who claims Weinstein raped her, hopes her testimony in this trial will help other victims. It's getting other people to come forward. That's what I'm getting from this and I hope other people are, too. Reporter: David, Weinstein's attorneys tell me they plan to file his appeal paperwork as early as tomorrow, but they do expect that he may spend the next few weeks in jail as he awaits his sentencing hearing on March 11th. David? Erielle, thank you. And there is still much more ahead on "World news tonight"
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