Video shows Harvey Weinstein coming on to woman hours before alleged rape

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"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".

Ms Thompson was at The Weinstein Company offices in NY in September 2011 to pitch her tech start-up company's new video and analytics service. 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.

The former Hollywood titan is seen in the video waving staff away with the words "don't interrupt, don't interrupt' as he enters the meeting". After the door closed, he approached Thompson, who tried to shake his hand. However, she said when she arrived, he led her up to her room and raped her.

He then caresses her shoulder as they sit side-by-side in front of her laptop computer.

Ms Thompson offers a handshake, Weinstein pushes her hand out of the way and hugs her, running his hands up and down her back and murmuring "that's nice, let's keep it up". He then asks, "So, am I allowed to flirt with you?" to which Thompson replies, "Um, we'll see, a little bit".

On the video he says: "Let me have a little part of you. His eyes became dark", she said.

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At one point, she jokes: "Data's so hot right now". "Now I see, he's trying any way he can, to move me into that zone of comfortable then uncomfortable and confused and vulnerable and recognizing that he is powerful and I'm not".

Thompson has previously described Weinstein's behaviour as distracting and has recounted how struggled to stay "on script" during the pitch.

Video footage emerged Wednesday showing disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein apparently sexually harassing a woman who subsequently accused him of rape. Instead, he brought her to a hotel room where he allegedly raped her.

Along the way, she said, he rebuffed her attempts to fight or get away.

Once in the room, he raped her.

At the end of the meeting, Weinstein can be heard asking Thompson to meet him for a drink at a hotel. "I thought I could handle it". "We don't have to live with being raped when we think we're going to a business meeting".

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In a statement, Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Brafman said: "The video, when viewed in its entirety, in context and not in select excerpts, demonstrates that there is nothing forceful, but casual - if not awkward - flirting from both parties ..."

"Anything short of that is meant to make Mr Weinstein appear inappropriate and even exploitative", lawyer Ben Brafman said.

But Brafman accused Thompson to trying to bolster her position in the lawsuit.

"This is a further attempt to publicly disgrace Mr Weinstein for financial gain, and we will not stand for it", he said.

Thompson is one of three women who filed a lawsuit against Weinstein in June.

Weinsten has denied all nonconsensual sexual contact. "But I hate feeling like a booty call", according to the defense.

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"It is hot, you're hot", Weinstein responds. They said the secret grand jury documents provided to the judge were enough to show they presented evidence "fairly and in a manner that was not misleading".