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As Harvey Weinstein scandal grows, one accuser says his company was negligent

LOS ANGELES - As the sex abuse scandal involving Harvey Weinstein expands daily, a lingering question is: What did his company know about his alleged history of mistreating women?

In the last two days, three more women have accused Weinstein of forced sex acts. Actress Natassia Malthe on Wednesday accused him of raping her at the Sanderson Hotel in London in February 2008. On Tuesday, actress Dominique Huett and former production assistant Mimi Haleyi came forward with additional assault allegations against Weinstein.

The board of directors at Weinstein Co. has said they are "shocked and dismayed" by the accusations of sexual assault and misconduct by the mini-studio's co-founder.

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