The prosecution rested its case against disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein on Thursday.
Weinstein’s defense is expected to begin presenting its case Thursday afternoon, according to a report published by The Hollywood Reporter.
The defense will reportedly take two days to present witnesses, including director Warren Leight. The director will testify about his experience with the film “The Night We Never Met,” which starred Weinstein’s rape accuser Annabella Sciorra.
The prosecution called six witnesses to the stand to testify. Each witness finished testifying in one day, besides accuser Jessica Mann. The former aspiring actress spent three days testifying.
The prosecution also called supporting witnesses to the stand to corroborate the witness testimony.
Details besides the rapes have come out during the trial, including the allegation that Weinstein does not have testicles. (RELATED: ‘That Was The Safest Thing I Could Do’: Second Harvey Weinstein Accuser Testifies At Rape Trial)
“The first time I saw him fully naked, I felt, I thought he was deformed and intersex,” Mann testified.
“He has extreme scarring that I didn’t know if maybe he was a burn victim,” she added. “He does not have testicles and it appears like he has a vagina.”
“When I first saw him naked, I was filled with compassion, absolute compassion,” the former actress said while crying. “It seemed his anger came from a place of shame.”
Weinstein has been accused of raping Mann, Sciorra and Mimi Haleyi.
Weinstein has also been indicted in a separate case in Los Angeles.