Harvey Weinstein will turn himself into the NYPD to face charges related to the sexual misconduct probe against him, according to a new report.
Weinstein is expected to surrender to authorities on Friday, reports the New York Daily News.
Throughout the scandal, Weinstein has denied all allegations against him.
As The Blast first reported, subpoenas were sent out in April for some of Weinstein's closest advisors to appear before a grand jury.
Our sources say the subpoena requested a wide array of items, which could include phone records, e-mails and financial records related to any services requested or provided to Weinstein, The Weinstein Company and other business owned by the disgraced movie producer. We’re told the subpoena even asked for dated records, as far back as 2004.