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At Harvey Weinstein trial, 6 women accused him of sexual assaults. Here are their stories

Prosecutors rested their case against Harvey Weinstein in New York City on Thursday, where the mogul faces life in prison if convicted of multiple counts of predatory sexual assault and rape that span decades.

The defense will begin its case Friday. Weinstein has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty to all charges, while his attorneys have repeatedly argued the alleged attacks were consensual.

Over the last two weeks, Weinstein's accusers have made a number of graphic allegations of sexual assault in hotel rooms and apartments in New York City, with many of them sharing the same elements - a promise of career advancement, an invitation somewhere private, and a night that accusers said would leave many of them horrified even decades later:

- ANNABELLA SCIORRA

Sciorra, the Brooklyn actress best known for her role in "The Sopranos," claimed Weinstein forced his way into her Manhattan apartment in late 1993 or early 1994 and violently assaulted her after they attended an industry event together.

After offering her a ride home from an Irish restaurant, Sciorra alleges Weinstein came up to her apartment in Gramercy Park and knocked on the door, shoving his way inside when she opened it.

Once inside, Weinstein began unbuttoning his shirt,

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