“When one of the principle allegations in this indictment is predicated on perjured testimony that’s a very big, important development,” Brafman told reporters.
“I think this grand jury is irreparably damaged. I think the case against Mr Weinstein is, in my view, not sustainable,” Brafman added, saying he would submit additional motions in November.
“I’m not certain he will have any choice but to dismiss the entire indictment against Harvey Weinstein,” Brafman said.
Brafman asked in August for the entire case against Weinstein be thrown out, disclosing dozens of intimate e-mails between his client and his alleged rape victim, in which she said “I love you.”
Weinstein has been accused of misconduct by dozens of women, allegations that torpedoed his career and helped launch the #MeToo movement.