Harvey Weinstein Is Expected to Surrender to the Police Tomorrow & It's About Time

Seven months after exposes in both the New York Times and the New Yorker revealed that movie mogul Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed, assaulted and raped dozens of women, Weinstein is finally expected to surrender to police on Friday the New York Times reports.

Following an investigation by the Manhattan district attorney's office, Weinstein will reportedly be charged with first-degree rape and third degree rape for one anonymous case, and first-degree criminal sex act for allegedly forcing Lucia Evans to perform oral sex on him during a casting meeting, law enforcement officials anonymously told the Times

While Weinstein has previously denied all allegations of sexual harassment and nonconsensual sex via some super weird statements, he is expected to surrender to arrest on Friday at a New York police precinct, where he will be taken to Manhattan Criminal Court. His bail will be set at $1 million, he'll be required to wear a monitoring device and his passport will be invalidated.

Considering there are still dozens of allegations remaining against him, a grand jury will be looking into several other incidences where Weinstein sexually assaulted or harassed women, specifically whether he used financial crimes to pay for victims' silence and how he may have used his employees to cover up his behavior.

While it will never take away the pain and suffering his victims have experienced at his hands, Weinstein's arrest tomorrow will be a step in the right direction of giving dozens of women the justice they deserve.