Weinstein Rape Accuser Testifies: He Didn’t Have Testicles, Appeared To Have Vagina First Time I Saw Him Naked

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Former Actress Jessica Mann arrives for the trial of Harvey Weinstein at the Manhattan Criminal Court, on January 31, 2020 in New York City.
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Actress Jessica Mann testified in a Manhattan courtroom on Friday that when disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein allegedly raped her in 2013 that she thought he was “intersex” because he did not have testicles and appeared to have a vagina.

“Weinstein faces charges in New York City for allegedly raping Mann, and for an alleged sexual assault on former actress Mimi Haleyi,” Vulture reported. “Prosecutors have used Sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra’s allegation that Weinstein raped her around late 1993 to bolster their claim that Weinstein has a pattern of predatory behavior. Weinstein has maintained his innocence.”

During her testimony, Mann said that Weinstein “would talk very dirty to me about fantasies and things, and compare me to the other things actresses that he said were doing kinky, dirty things with him. He always wanted to film me. I never gave him permission.”

At one point during her testimony, Mann said, “The first time I saw him fully naked I thought he was deformed and intersex. He has an extreme scarring that I didn’t know, maybe [he] was a burn victim …”

“He does not have testicles, and it appears that he has a vagina,” Mann said regarding the first time she saw him naked.

Vulture reported that as Mann made the allegations, Weinstein dropped his head.

When asked about Weinstein’s hygiene, Mann said, “It was very bad. He smelled like shit — excuse me, sorry, like poop. He just was dirty.”

Vulture’s report on Mann’s testimony detailed several highly graphic alleged instances of sexual assault that Mann said happened, including while she was in a brief tumultuous relationship with him.

Vulture asked Weinstein after the hearing if her description of him was accurate.

Weinstein responded: “Yeah, perfect.”

The sexual allegations made against Weinstein in October 2017 were the catalyst for the #MeToo movement which saw numerous high profile men go down over sexual misconduct allegations.

The New York Times broke the story on October 5, 2017, writing:

Two decades ago, the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein invited Ashley Judd to the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for what the young actress expected to be a business breakfast meeting. Instead, he had her sent up to his room, where he appeared in a bathrobe and asked if he could give her a massage or she could watch him shower, she recalled in an interview.

“How do I get out of the room as fast as possible without alienating Harvey Weinstein?” Ms. Judd said she remembers thinking.

In 2014, Mr. Weinstein invited Emily Nestor, who had worked just one day as a temporary employee, to the same hotel and made another offer: If she accepted his sexual advances, he would boost her career, according to accounts she provided to colleagues who sent them to Weinstein Company executives. The following year, once again at the Peninsula, a female assistant said Mr. Weinstein badgered her into giving him a massage while he was naked, leaving her “crying and very distraught,” wrote a colleague, Lauren O’Connor, in a searing memo asserting sexual harassment and other misconduct by their boss.

Read The Times’ full report here

This report has been updated to include additional information.