After mountains of accusations of sexual misconduct against him, and a plethora of denials to the same, disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein will reportedly turn himself in to authorities with the NYPD Friday morning May 25th.

Deadline is reporting that he will do the perp walk around 7 AM Eastern Standard Time, with one law enforcement official saying, "This guy doesn't get to hide from the cameras for what he's done." So, he will almost certainly be marched in a very public way in handcuffs to a Manhattan court house, a move designed to "throw some red meat to the media" and give the investigators their due on this.

The Manhattan DA will likely be charging Weinstein in relation to a rape of one woman and Lucia Evans' claiming the disgraced producer forced her to perform oral sex at a 2004 audition. New York State considers forcible oral sex a Class B felony which carries a 25 year sentence – the crime has no statute of limitations either. The other woman may be Paz de la Huerta who told her story to Vanity Fair originally, New York City authorities have also been investigating Weinstein for allegedly raping the actress twice in 2010. Bail will likely be set at $2 million, with Weinstein surrendering his passport as he is believed to be a flight risk.

The Manhattan DA has been criticized for not more swiftly filing charges – saying there were flaws in the investigation that needed addressing first. Weinstein is also under investigation by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for 5 separate cases and by London's Scotland Yard.

The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York has also been investigating Weinstein for crossing state lines to commit an assault in New York, and also violations of federal sex trafficking statutes.

Weinstein's accusers now total 85 according to some sources.

This comes as actress Gwyneth Paltrow told Howard Stern in a radio interview that her then boyfriend Brad Pitt threatened to "kill" Weinstein after the mogul assaulted her 23 years ago.  

Weinstein's attorney has said the following, "Mr. Weinstein vigorously denies ever engaging in criminal sexual misconduct and if given the opportunity to fully defend himself, he believes that all of these allegations will be shown to be without merit."

Actress Rose McGowan, one of Weinstein's first accusers, said of Weinstein's impending arrest:

"I, and so many of Harvey Weinstein's survivors, had given up hope that our rapist would be held accountable by law. Twenty years ago, I swore that I would right this wrong. Today we are one step closer to justice.

We were young women who were assaulted by Weinstein and later terrorised by his vast network of complicity. I stand with my fellow survivors. May this give hope to all victims and survivors everywhere that are telling their truths."

"This moves from the court of public of opinion into an actual courtroom," Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement told Variety."That is super cathartic for a bunch of the survivors, or even survivors who are not necessarily victimized by him."

Stay with The 405 for updates on all these cases as we hear them.