NYPD says it is building rape case against Harvey Weinstein

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"We're not really sure where he is", Fuller said of the embattled producer, who is under investigation by both the New York Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney's office.

De la Huerta told the news outlet that Weinstein began calling her after the incident and that she confronted him a month later at a Los Angeles hotel.

"If this person was still in NY, and it was recent, we'd go right away and make the arrest". "We're happy with where the case is right now". But we're talking about a seven-year-old case.

On December 23 of the same year, she says Weinstein showed up in the lobby of her apartment, they went upstairs and de la Huerta alleges he raped her a second time.

"He pushed me on the bed... and it happened all very suddenly", she told CBS News over the phone.

Paz de la Huerta, an actress best known for her role in HBO's "Boardwalk Empire", was interviewed by detectives who corroborated parts of her allegations, Boyce said Friday, WABC reported.

Almost two months later, de la Huerta said Weinstein showed up in the lobby of her apartment one night.

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The NYPD has opened another sexual assault probe against Harvey Weinstein after an actress accused the fallen movie mogul of raping her in 2010.

Vance's office declined to bring criminal charges against Weinstein in 2015, after Weinstein admitted in a recorded conversation he groped model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez.

"We are aware of the sexual assault complaints. The investigation is on-going", the NYPD said in a statement Thursday night. Police investigated it as a possible case of forcible touching, a misdemeanor with a two-year time limit for bringing charges under NY law.

Manhattan's district attorney's office confirmed a senior prosecutor was looking at the case.

Weinstein has not commented on the latest allegations, but has repeatedly denied accusations of non-consensual sex.

"We immediately contacted the district attorney in NY and we started working the case together".

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