The Hollywood Reporter (THR) announced:
The jury found Weinstein guilty of three counts — forcible rape, forcible oral copulation and penetration by foreign object — against Jane Doe 1. He was acquitted of sexual battery by restraint against Jane Doe 3. The jury couldn’t reach a decision on the charges Weinstein faced of forcible rape and forcible oral copulation against Jane Doe 4 and sexual battery by restraint against Jane Doe 2. Jurors voted to convict him eight to four on charges related to Jane Doe 4 and 10 to two on the charge related to Jane Doe 2.
The Los Angeles trial hinged on the testimonies of four Jane Does, who accused Harvey Weinstein of raping or sexually assaulting them between 2004 and 2013. Another four women testified of being assaulted, though their claims were not used to charge Weinstein. In total, prosecutors called 44 witnesses to testify against the disgraced producer.
Weinstein, who has already been serving a 23-year sentence in the state of New York following a 2020 conviction on similar charges, plead not guilty to all counts of sexual assault and rape in Los Angeles. He faces a maximum of 18 years in prison for the charges in Los Angeles.