Netflix producer Harvey Weinstein complains & has sent HUNDREDS of affectionate emails to the embarrassed filmmogol – including one who says: & # 39; I think of you & # 39 ;, just a DAY after he allegedly raped her & # 39;
- Alexandra Canosa worked for 10 years as a producer at Weinstein Company and for the Netflix show Marco Polo
- She claims that she was raped by Weinstein at least nine times between 2010 and 2017 and also accuses him of sexual abuse
- But emails show that less than two weeks after she said Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex with him in 2011, she sent him an email saying she loved him
- In another email from 2010, she writes: & # 39; I'm thinking of you & # 39; just a day after she claims he raped her
- Canosa sues Weinstein for unspecified damage
- Weinstein has denied all accusations and is on trial in January next year where he faces life in prison for two counts of predatory assault
A Netflix producer who claims that Harvey Weinstein has raped her several times has sent the disgraceful producer hundreds of affectionate emails, it has been revealed.
Alexandra Canosa, who worked as a producer at Weinstein Company for 10 years, denounces the mogul for her repeated sexual attacks from 2010 to 2017.
E-mails obtained by The New York Post show that less than two weeks after she said Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex with him in 2011, she sent an email to him with the text: & Miss you too. I love you and the girls.
And in another email from 2010 she writes: & # 39; I'm thinking of you & # 39 ;. This email was sent only one day after she claimed that he had raped her.
Alexandra Canosa worked as a producer at Weinstein Company and for the Netflix show Marco Polo for 10 years and claims that she was raped by Weinstein at least nine times between 2010 and 2017 and also accuses him of sexual violence (shown together in 2012)
Canosa is one of the scores of women who have come forward and accusing Weinstein of sexual abuse.
But emails show that less than two weeks after she said Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex with him in 2011, she sent him an email saying she loved him
She complains Weinstein, 67, for unspecified damage.
Canosa, who produced the Netflix series Marco Polo, addresses Weinstein as & # 39; love & # 39; and marks with & # 39; love, Ally & # 39; in different messages.
The emails go until 2017, when Canosa Weinstein sent a condolence message after his mother died.
& # 39; I know how much she meant to you and how deeply loved and respected she was and I can only imagine how proud she must have been for everything you have created and to which you have contributed, & # 39; she wrote.
In an email from 2013 it says that Canosa wrote: & # 39; You have been my mentor and friend for many years now and have never given me the right advice. I am trying to figure out what my next step should be for my entire career and I fully trust your guidance. & # 39;
The Post reports that Canosa tried to keep the messages out of the courtroom and then convicted Weinstein for refusing to agree to her request.
& # 39; Weinstein and his counsel attempt to manipulate and abuse these emails from the context to infect the Jury Pool by creating a false impression that there was a consensual sexual relationship while there was only a consensual business relationship, & # 39; wrote Canosa lawyer Jeremy Hellman in a letter to the court last month.
Last week, the judge denied the motion and argued that the emails & # 39; were not correctly classified as confidential & # 39 ;.
Thomas Giuffra, another Canosa attorney, said Sunday: & # 39; The defense has thousands of emails between Miss Canosa and Harvey Weinstein. They choose to choose five or six of those emails to try to show a kind of consensual relationship between the two. & # 39;
Weinstein has denied all accusations of non-consensual sex and is on trial in January next year. He is confronted with life in prison for two counts of predatory assault
Weinstein's lawyer, Elior Shiloh, said: & # 39; The truth finally came to the fore & # 39; after Canosa & # 39; desperately tried to hide her own e-mails from the public, because they completely undermine her claims. & # 39;
Shiloh added: & # 39; The lawsuit is a slap in the face of actual victims of sexual violence & # 39 ;.
Canosa claims that Weinstein sexually abused her in 2010 at the Tribeca Grand Hotel.
The alleged abuse continued until September 2017 and took place in New York, Los Angeles and overseas in Malaysia and Budapest.
She says he threatened that she would lose her job and that he would reject her if she denied his advances.
& # 39; Harvey Weinstein insisted on many occasions to meet a claimant in isolated business environments, ensure that no other persons or bystanders were around during business meetings with claimant, demanded sexual contact and threatened plaintiff if she would not give him what he wanted and forced himself to plaintiff despite repeated requests to stop, & said Canosa & # 39; s first complaint.
Weinstein has denied all accusations of non-consensual sex and is on trial in January next year. He is confronted with life in prison for two counts of predatory assault.
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