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Harvey Weinstein's lawyer denies producer told magazine he traded acting roles for sex

LOS ANGELES - Beleaguered producer Harvey Weinstein's latest effort to undermine the piles of allegations of sexual violence against him backfired badly Friday when a supposedly friendly columnist quoted him as saying that he had traded acting jobs for sex.

Weinstein, facing a potential life sentence after being indicted in New York on multiple sex crime felonies, was looking for a sympathetic

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