Harvey Weinstein, one of Hollywood's most powerful film producers, is facing up to 25 years in prison having been convicted of sexual assault by a New York jury a few hours ago.
The 67 year old was convicted of sexually assaulting a former production assistant, and raping an aspiring actress. The jury acquitted Weinstein on two counts of predatory sexual assault, the most serious charges he faced, which carried a potential life sentence, and first degree rape.
The prosecutor's case was that the movie mogul used his power to keep his victims silent.
Kathryn speaks with New York times reporter Brooks Barnes, New Zealand accuser model and actress, Zoe Brock and CNN's legal analyst Paul Callan.