Thompson is one of three women who filed a lawsuit against Weinstein in June.
The recorded meeting and the alleged rape are both included in a class action lawsuit against Weinstein and others connected to him who might have known what was happening. It was filmed when she was 28-years-old, in 2011 during a meeting at The Weinstein Company offices in NY where she was pitching her company to the Hollywood mogul.
Prosecutors argue they do not have the responsibility to turn over the emails because Weinstein could have given testimony about the alleged relationship himself, which he did not do. "Can you give it to me?"
Thompson is clearly uncomfortable throughout the video, at one place telling Weinstein his hands were moving too far up her leg. Weinsten then asks Thompson if he is "allowed to flirt" with her, to which she responds, "Um, we'll see". "We don't have to live with being raped when we think we're going to a business meeting".
"That's too high." However, the media mogul remained undeterred and kept stroking her arm, even claiming at one point that, "data is so hot, right".
Thompson tells Sky News that at one point in the meeting Weinstein reached his hand under the desk and put it under Thompson's skirt. When she arrived however, she soon found herself alone in Weinstein's office where the producer then asked for privacy and locked the door behind them.
Weinstein then invites Thompson for a drink at the Tribeca Grand hotel room at 5:30 p.m., and she accepts. A few hours after, at his hotel room a few blocks away, Thompson said Weinstein raped her.
It was at this later meeting that Thompson alleges she was raped by the Hollywood executive.
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"A little high, a little high, that's a little high, that's a little high", Thompson replies.
Thompson told Sky News that she was expecting to meet with The Weinstein Company's marketing team. "It's not bad", he says as he rubs her back.
"If he would make a comment, I would try to catch it and return it in a way that felt a little safer than the way he threw it at me. I thought I could handle it, I had never met anyone that I couldn't handle... until Harvey Weinstein".
Weinstein denied the allegation, according to Sky News.
"We believe that the People's response in its entirety makes it absolutely clear that the case against Mr. Weinstein can not be successfully prosecuted", said Brafman in a statement to Deadline.
Thompson was part of a class action lawsuit against Weinstein filed in June in which she claimed the producer began to harass and fondle her, several U.S. media outlets reported.
Separately on Wednesday, a federal judge in Manhattan heard arguments over whether a civil lawsuit brought by six women against both Weinstein and men on the board of his film company should go forward. "This is a further attempt to publicly disgrace Mr. Weinstein for financial gain, and we will not stand for it. Facts do matter", the lawyer told People magazine. Instead, he brought her to a hotel room where he allegedly raped her.