Weinstein moves to dismiss rape charges, citing emails proving 'consensual' relationship
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, facing sexual assault charges that could put him in prison for life, is using one of his accuser's words against her in a motion to have the case dismissed. In court papers, Weinstein said he had a "long-term, consensual, intimate relationship" with a woman who claims he raped her in March 2013 and has emails to prove it. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports for TODAY.
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