Harvey Weinstein's New York City charges of various sex crimes recently got worse when charges from a third accuser entered the Manhattan-Weinstein judicial fray – Weinstein still also has potential charges hanging over his head in federal court, LA, and London.

Weinstein pled not guilty to these new Manhattan charges on July 9 before being released on bail again.

Gloria Allred is representing Weinstein's new Manhattan accuser, saying that if this new case goes to trial, her client will testify. The seasoned and fierce feminist attorney said she thinks that Weinstein testifying in his own defense would be highly unlikely, as that would open him up to cross-examination by the prosecution.

Weinstein's attorney Ben Brafman gave the following statement to The Hollywood Reporter: "We are very pleased that the court did not change the existing bail conditions that Mr. Weinstein has scrupulously abided by. The case has not grown stronger for the prosecution. Indeed, since his arrest in May his defense has grown substantially stronger, as we have found overwhelming corroboration well beyond Mr. Weinstein's assertions that support his claim that all sexual encounters were consensual and that he did not rape anyone."

Stay with The 405 for more on the fallen mogul's vast legal issues as we hear it.