After turning himself in to New York City authorities on Friday morning, then being booked and processed, disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was lead in hand cuffs to a Manhattan courthouse to finally begin facing his criminal court reckoning on three sex crime charges, two counts of rape and one count of committing a criminal sex act in the first degree. All three of which are felonies.

After being arraigned on these charges, the judge set Weinstein's bond at $10 million or $1 million cash, with the requirement that he relinquish his passport and wear an ankle monitor 24/7. He is only allowed to travel between Connecticut and New York unless he gets explicit permission from the court and the Manhattan D.A.'s office to go elsewhere. See the raw courtroom footage of Weinstein's arraignment, embedded below, courtesy of PBS NewsHour.

Weinstein's next court date on these charges is July 30.

Lucia Evans' case is the rape side of these charges reportedly, as both rape charges are dated 2004, which lines up with what she told Ronan Farrow in his original piece on Weinstein at The New Yorker which won a Pulitzer Prize and basically started the whole investigation. Farrow reports, in a New Yorker piece published Friday about the lead-up to Weinstein's arrest, that Evans confirmed to him that she is going forward with her case.

These three charges alone carry 25 years behind bars if Weinstein is convicted. He is still also facing the possibility of charges by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, the Los Angeles County D.A. and London’s Scotland Yard, not to mention the eleven (as of Feb. 28, 2018) civil lawsuits against him, which prompted even his insurance company to sue him as their stern refusal to cover any of his legal defense.

District Attorney Cy Vance handed out thanks to all the people who helped the wheels begin to turn here, adding, "we urge additional survivors and others with relevant information to call our sex crimes hotline at 212-335-9373."

Weinstein's attorney Ben Brafman said, "Mr. Weinstein has always maintained that he has never engaged in non-consensual sexual behavior with anyone. Nothing about today's proceedings changes Mr. Weinstein's position. He has entered a plea of not guilty and fully expects to be exonerated."

Brafman continued outside the courthouse by saying his client, "did not invent the casting couch in Hollywood and to the extent that there is bad behavior in that industry, that is not what this is about. ... Bad behavior is not on trial in this case."

Meanwhile, actress Asia Argento (one of Weinstein's earliest accusers) tweeted after he was booked:

Times Up official Twitter said:

For her part, another one of Weinstein's earliest accusers, actress Rose McGowan (who has been very active throughout this process, and a luminary in the #MeToo Movement) said on Instagram (see McGowan's full post embedded below):  "…I swore that I would right this wrong. Today we are one step closer to justice."

McGowan also did a video interview with the Associated Press (embedded below) on Weinstein's arrest, saying she would attend his upcoming trials, "if I'm allowed to." McGowan continued, "And I'll get to sit there and I'll get to look at him. And I'll get to be an eye and so many other victims will get to look him square in the eye and just by being there, represent the fact that we did not want this. We did not ask for this. We were just people."

Stay with The 405 for more on this as it progresses.