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LA prosecutors consider charges against Harvey Weinstein in Beverly Hills sex crimes cases

LOS ANGELES - In a significant expansion into the criminal investigations of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said it was reviewing two sex crimes cases presented to prosecutors by Beverly Hills police detectives.

More than 80 women - some of them prominent actresses - have publicly accused Weinstein of sexual misdeeds spanning four decades.

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