Model Gigi Hadid may become a juror in the lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein

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           A printout from Dagens Nyheter, 2020 – 01 – 14 09: 29     Origin of article: https://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/modellen-gigi-hadid-kan-bli-jurymemember-i-rattegende-mot-harvey-weinstein/          Updated 08: 09       Published 07: 39                       Gigi Hadid was in court on Monday.                        Photo: Kristin Callahan / ACE Photographs / Shutterstock                     American supermodel Gigi Hadid may be one of those who will sit in the jury below the trial of former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who is charged with rape and sexual abuse.                                                    Gigi Hadid is one of over 100 people who have so far been called except so-called jury service in the case, reports Selection. On the spot, she was asked whether she will be able to be fair in her sentencing, despite meeting Weinstein.             “I think I will be able to have an open mind for facts in the case,” she replied in the courtroom, according to the newspaper.       The supermodel should also have met actor Salma Hayek, one of the famous women who testified to Weinstein’s behavior. Gigi Hadid is also friends with model and actor Cara Delevinge, who accused Weinstein of trying to kiss her below a meeting at a hotel 2017.       Last week, several people who were called except jury service admitted that they could not sit in the jury because they read about the case, or have experience of sexual abuse themselves. More than 45 people had been sold out of the pool by possible jurors before the end of last week.       The trial against Weinstein began a week ago in Recent York and is expected to continue below six except eight weeks. If Weinstein is convicted of the most serious charges, such as serious rape, he risks life imprisonment. He denies except all accusations and claims that all sexual contact has taken place below consent.             Read more       That’s how Harvey Weinstein – metoo’s chief prosecutor, fell         
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