Neither woman has been named.
Harvey Weinstein listens during a court proceeding in NY on Friday, May 25, 2018.
He was was initially charged by prosecutors last week. This latest step moves the case towards a trial.
The multiple reports of not only harassing female employees, but also paying off his accusers for decades, are said to date back 30 years, with the revelations leading to Weinstein getting fired from his own company and a third of its all-male board resigning - not to mention, prompting the global #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
"This indictment brings the defendant another step closer to accountability for the crimes of violence with which he is now charged", Vance writes in a statement. But he said he was anxious about the impact the wave of bad publicity about his client could have on a grand jury that's hearing the case under Burke's supervision.
The charges follow an avalanche of accusations against him that following their publication in October led women around the world, some famous and many who are not, to come forward with accounts of being sexually harassed and assaulted by powerful men.
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His lawyer Benjamin Brafman said the indictment did not come as a surprise.
The former movie mogul posted bail at $1 million cash, surrendered his passport and has been fitted with a Global Positioning System monitoring device.
Earlier on Wednesday, Weinstein declined to testify before the grand jury after a judge denied a request by his lawyers to postpone the appearance.
If found guilty, the Oscar-winning producer could find himself behind bars for up to 25 years.
Weinstein is accused of forcing one woman to perform oral sex on him on one occasion between June and September 2004, the criminal complaint said. A grand jury continued hearing evidence in the case, as it had been doing for weeks. That process has now been unleashed. The move is the next step in efforts by NY prosecutors to bring the former Tinseltown power broker to trial for alleged sex crimes. "Our office will try this case not in the press, but in the courtroom where it belongs".
Vance revealed that an investigation into Weinstein's alleged crimes "remains active and ongoing", and slammed what he described as Weinstein's "recent assault on the integrity of the survivors and the legal process".