NYPD, British cops probe Harvey Weinstein accusations

New York City and British police are both investigating new allegations in the sex scandal surrounding disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

British actress Lysette Anthony has said she reported to police just last week that Weinstein raped her in her London home in the late 1980s. Actress Rose McGowan has also publicly accused Weinstein of raping her.

The New York Post reports the NYPD is now investigating another woman's sex assault claim that happened 10 years ago in Tribeca.

More than 30 women, including famous celebrities, have come forward accusing Weinstein of different degrees of sexual misconduct.

Weinstein's lawyer said he did not engage in nonconsensual sex. He is being treated for behavioral issues in Arizona.

Audio has surfaced from a Weinstein interview with Howard Stern three years ago. In it he denies he uses his position of power to harass or assault women.

The Producers Guild of America voted unanimously to begin membership termination proceedings against Weinstein. The PGA's board said Weinstein has an opportunity to respond before a final decision is made on Nov. 6.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revoked the 65-year-old Oscar winner's membership on Saturday.

This scandal has also prompted a new movement on social media fueled by actress Alyssa Milano. She retweeted a suggestion that women who have been victims of sexual harassment post on social media platforms hashtag "#metoo" and share their stories.

The Weinstein Company board is due to meet with Weinstein's attorneys to discuss how he was fired. He maintains it was an illegal firing. TMZ reported he had a clause in his contract that actually allowed him to sexually harass women because it provided that he pay for any settlements.