The New York City Police Department reportedly has two open sexual assault cases against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, while both Beverly Hills and London police confirmed they were investigating complaints against the film mogul as well.
ABC News reported actress Lucia Evans, who revealed her experience with Weinstein in The New Yorker expose, is one of the alleged victims named in one of the New York cases. The other woman’s name was not revealed.
Evans told The New Yorker that Weinstein exposed himself to her during a meeting in 2004 and forced her to perform a sexual act on him.
“I said, over and over, ‘I don’t want to do this, stop, don’t,’” Evans told The New Yorker. “I tried to get away, but maybe I didn’t try hard enough. I didn’t want to kick him or fight him.”
“Neither case is subject to the statute of limitations,” the source told ABC News.
A source told ABC News that detectives traveled to Montreal to speak to a witness and were considering going to Los Angeles to talk to others.
Beverly Hills Police acknowledged Tuesday that they were investigating complaints against the disgraced film mogul. The department said they were was also investigating complaints against writer-director James Toback, who has been accused of sexual harassment by dozens of women.
Toback has said he does not remember meeting the women and Weinstein has denied any non-consensual sexual contact.
Overseas, Weinstein was also being investigated in the United Kingdom. Sky News reported that London’s Metropolitan Police was now investigating allegations against Weinstein by seven women over incidents that reportedly took place from the 1980s to 2015.
In a statement, police said they received the first allegation on Oct. 11, claiming “a man sexually assaulted a woman in the late 1980s in west London.”
Since then, police have received more claims about the same man alleging sexual assault in London.
Following the bombshell accusations, Weinstein has been fired from his own company he co-founded with his brother Bob and was booted from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.