Weinstein accuser says his lawyer 'deceived her' [Video]

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Melissa Thompson claims Weinstein raped her in a New York City hotel in 2011 Hours earlier, they had a meeting in his office which she recorded on her laptopThe video, she claims, shows him sexually harassing her at The Weinstein Company There is no footage of the forceful rape she...

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  • Melissa Thompson claims Weinstein raped her in a New York City hotel in 2011
  • Hours earlier, they had a meeting in his office which she recorded on her laptop
  • The video, she claims, shows him sexually harassing her at The Weinstein Company
  • There is no footage of the forceful rape she alleges happened afterwards
  • In 2017, …
Melissa Thompson claims she was raped by Weinstein in 2011. In her lawsuit against him that was filed on Friday, she alleged 'deceit' against lawyers Benjamin Brafman and Alex Spiro

Harvey Weinstein is pictured in court in Manhattan on May 25 with his attorney Benjamin Brafman (left). Brafman denies deceit and says that he did not know his former associate Alex Spiro was ever in contact with her

In October 2017, Thompson says she sent a video of Weinstein allegedly sexually harassing her to Alex Spiro (above). Spiro never took her case and they never met in person but they spoke over email, calls and texts about her allegations

Spiro worked as an associate at Brafman & Associates for four years between 2013 and 2017. He told DailyMail.com that he left the firm in September 2017, before being contacted by Thompson about her Weinstein claims, and that he was only using his email address there while transitioning to his new job but that he did no longer repped Brafman by the time he and Thompson made contact

Thompson alleged in her lawsuit that it was Trump-friend and businessman Paolo Zampolli (pictured) who put her in touch with Alex Spiro, claiming that Zampolli believed Brafman was representing other Weinstein victims. Zampolli denied her claims as 'fake news' on Saturday

Thompson says she was left feeling 'dirty and ashamed' by Weinstein

Caitlin Dulany (pictured), a second plaintiff, was sexually assaulted, battered, threatened and falsely imprisoned in Weinstein's hotel suite during the Cannes Film Festival in 1996, the lawsuit said
Larissa Gomes, the third plaintiff, went to discuss work opportunities in film but ended up imprisoned in Weinstein's hotel room, threatened, battered and assaulted, the lawsuit said.