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Weinstein Co. seeks to dismiss lawsuit, saying Weinstein was solely responsible for his action

LOS ANGELES - Weinstein Co. sought to toss out a lawsuit by alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein, arguing that former colleagues were not aware of his "predatory" behavior toward actresses, assistants and models at the studio he co-founded.

Attorneys for Weinstein Co. on Tuesday filed the motion to dismiss a potential federal class-action lawsuit brought in November by six women, saying that the former movie mogul alone

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