Gigi Hadid dismissed as a juror in the Harvey Weinstein case

UPDATE: Gigi HadidThe day in court is over. On Thursday, the supermodel returned for more questions in the selection process of Harvey weinsteinThe trial arrives at the New York court just before 9 a.m. local time. However, she was later fired and will not officially serve as a jury in the case of the dishonored producer.

Gigi Hadid could be heading to the courtroom.

On Monday, the 24-year-old was seen leaving a courthouse in New York City after being called as a potential jury in Harvey weinsteinThe trial. His meeting with the presidency. Judge James Burke It arrives only weeks after she took Instagram to share her jury service summons. “This week a dream came true,” he wrote to his followers. “You have summoned me to the jury, you … I’m not sure why this surprised me so much.”

The protocol, however, was not as shocking. Like the rest of the potential jurors, the former Victoria’s Secret angel was asked if she knew Weinstein, her lawyers, defense attorneys or the people expected to discuss the case.

According to The Hollywood reporter, Hadid told Judge Burke that he met Weinstein, however, he insisted that he can keep an open mind if the case arises. I was also sure to notice that she is friends with Delevigne face– He accused Weinstein of sexual harassment in 2017 – and has met Salma Hayek, who previously claimed that the “monster” Weinstein sexually harassed her.

While it is still unknown if it has been shortlisted at this time, Fox News correspondent Martha Dhanis observed through Twitter Hadid received a questionnaire to complete and must return to court on January 16.

Weinstein’s trial began on January 6. In 2013 he was accused of allegedly raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room and of performing a forced sexual act against a second woman in 2006.

Since the trail began, more criminal charges have been filed in Los Angeles for the dishonored Hollywood producer. Weinstein has been raping a woman and sexually assaulting a second in alleged separate incidents in 2013.

He currently faces up to 28 years in prison if convicted of the charges.

(This story was originally published on Tuesday, January 13, 2020 at 11:48 a.m. PST.)

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