• Harvey Weinstein has been charged with six additional counts of sexual assault in Los Angeles involving two women
  • The disgraced film mogul now faces 11 sexual assault charges in Los Angeles County involving five women
  • Weinstein is currently serving a 23-year sentence in New York state prison

Harvey Weinstein has been charged with six further counts of sexual assault involving two accusers, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office confirmed on Friday, Oct. 2.

According to the felony complaint, the latest charges against the disgraced film mogul alleged that he raped a woman at an unnamed Beverly Hills hotel between Sept. 1, 2004 and Sept. 30, 2005, Page Six reported.

Weinstein is also charged with allegedly raping another woman twice at an unnamed Beverly Hills hotel, the court documents stated. The first incident allegedly happened in November or December 2009 and the second on Nov. 5, 2010.

The Miramax founder now faces 11 sexual assault charges in Los Angeles County involving five women. These include four counts each of forcible rape and forcible oral copulation, two counts of sexual battery by restraint and one count of sexual penetration by use of force, court documents said.

On Friday, Weinstein's spokesperson, Juda Engelmayer, said he would not comment on the additional charges until he learned more about them. But Weinstein previously denied all allegations of sexual assault.

“Harvey Weinstein has always maintained that every one of his physical encounters throughout his entire life have been consensual. That hasn't changed,” Engelmayer told CNN.

In addition to the two accusers, Weinstein allegedly sexually assaulted a third woman in an unnamed Beverly Hills hotel on May 11, 2010. The complaint also alleged that the producer raped two women in 2013, an Italian model and Lauren Young. Young is a model who testified against Weinstein during his trial on charges in New York earlier this year.

“I am thankful to the first women who reported these crimes and whose courage have given strength to others to come forward,” District Attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement. “The willingness of these latest victims to testify against a powerful man gives us the additional evidence we need to build a compelling criminal case.”

Weinstein was first charged in L.A. in January and was sentenced to 23 years in prison in March for rape and sexual assault. He is currently serving time at Wende Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Alden, New York.

Meanwhile, a federal appeals court granted Ashley Judd's petition in July to pursue a sexual harassment claim against Weinstein. The latter argued that she couldn't file a sexual harassment claim because she was not Weinstein's employee. But a three-judge panel sided with Judd, citing a power imbalance between her and Weinstein similar to that of teacher-student and landlord-tenant relationships.

“That is, by virtue of his professional position and influence as a top producer in Hollywood, Weinstein was uniquely situated to exercise coercive power or leverage over Judd, who was a young actor at the beginning of her career at the time of the alleged harassment,” Judge Mary H. Murguia wrote.

In August, a new lawsuit was also filed against Weinstein by an actress, who alleged that he sexually assaulted her over the span of nine years. The accuser filed the case in Manhattan under the pseudonym Jane Doe.

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Harvey Weinstein is charged with committing various sex crimes against women in Hollywood. He will serve a 23-year prison sentence. Scott Heins/Getty Images