Judge approves new Harvey Weinstein legal team led by #MeToo critic

A judge gave Harvey Weinstein the green light Thursday to shake up his defence team yet again — this time a mere two months before the disgraced movie mogul whose case inspired the #MeToo movement is due to stand trial in New York on sexual assault charges.

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