Weinstein trial moves swiftly with more accusers on deck

TOM HAYS and MICHAEL R. SISAK Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Harvey Weinstein's trial is moving at a faster pace than predicted, with three more of his accusers expected to testify before the end of the week . A secondary witness took the stand Tuesday as part of the prosecution's effort to corroborate Mimi Haleyi's earlier testimony, where she detailed her allegation that Weinstein forced oral sex on her at his New York City apartment in 2006. Elizabeth Entin, Haleyi's former roommate, told jurors that the former "Project Runway"production assistant told her about the encounter a short time after it happened. Entin said Haleyi was anxious and pacing as she recounted telling Weinstein, "No. No." She said she told Haleyi, "That sounds like rape. Why don't you call a lawyer?" but H
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