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Harvey Weinstein's new claims against Ashley Judd outrage actress' attorney

LOS ANGELES_Harvey Weinstein's lawyers have asked a federal judge to dismiss a defamation lawsuit brought by actress Ashley Judd that charges the producer ruined her career after she rejected his sexual advances.

Weinstein's legal counsel claims the movie mogul and the actress had a "bargain" that allowed him to touch her if she "won an Academy Award in one of his films," records show.

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