Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein's trial say 'Mediaval' holding cell put Muggle's health at risk by ruling

Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein on Tuesday filed a complaint of an "unclean, fetal" holding cell on the second day of his Los Angeles trial on charges of rape and sexual assault

Can he raise a different issue Weinstein's attorney, Mark Worksman, told the judge before entering the courtroom.

Lench defeated that Weinstein was being made to be alone in his wheelchair for 3-4 hours; Worksman judged Lisa B.

Waiting to be transformed back to its ordinary cell at the Twin Towers correctional facility and into a disgusting cell with a dysfunctional toilet

It's a near-medieval situation, Worksman said, noting that Weinstein had "health issues".

Harvey Weinstein is 70 years old, has "health issues" and is collecting letters from four different doctors

The judge later said that the deputy "doesn't have a plethora of wheelchair vans to pick him up when he's ready."

Harvey Weinstein, wearing a dark suit and blue tie, sat in court Tuesday morning and was filed by 71 potential jurors