Rosanna Arquette and More Silence Breakers Share Powerful Messages After Harvey Weinstein Verdict
One day after the Harvey Weinstein verdict, a group of "Silence Breakers" reacted to the news at a press conference in Los Angeles.
Weinstein was found guilty in New York on Monday on one count of rape in the third degree and one count of criminal sexual act in the first degree.
He was found not guilty on two counts of predatory sexual assault and one count of rape in the first degree.
The disgraced producer, who continuously denied all allegations of non-consensual sex, faces a sentence of five to 25 years in prison for criminal sexual act in the first degree.
He will be sentenced on March 11.