Harvey Weinstein's criminal legal issues in New York are deepening.

On Monday July 2, the disgraced mogul was indicted on 3 more sex crime charges, all revolving around a third victim in 2006.

The new charges include one count of criminal sexual act in the first degree and two counts of predatory sexual assault, a Class A-II felony, which carry the potential for a life sentence as the harshest sentencing possibility, 10-25 years each for the least harsh – which may be a life sentence anyway for the 66 year-old Weinstein.

"A Manhattan Grand Jury has now indicted Harvey Weinstein on some of the most serious sexual offenses that exist under New York's Penal Law," District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said . "This indictment is the result of the extraordinary courage exhibited by the survivors who have come forward. Our investigation continues. If you are a survivor of the predatory abuse with which Mr. Weinstein is charged, there is still time to pursue justice. Please call us at 212-335-9373."

This follows Weinstein's initial May 30 New York indictment where he plead not guilty to all charges. He is expected to do the same here when he is arraigned July 9 on these new charges.

Weinstein also is being investigated by federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York, the LAPD (which sent three cases to their District Attorney February 8), Beverly Hills Police (which sent two cases to their DA January 2) and even London's Scotland Yard. This in addition to the dozen or so civil lawsuits filed by some of the 80 women who have gone public against Weinstein.

Stay with The 405 for more on Weinstein's legal issues as we hear it.