Harvey Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to his most recent sexual abuse charges.
The disgraced movie mogul is out on bail after pleading not guilty to sexual assault charges Monday morning, The Associated Press reports. These charges of criminal sexual assault and predatory sexual assault were levied July 2, and may land Weinstein in jail for life.
On May 25, Weinstein surrendered to police after being charged with two rape counts and one criminal sexual count against two separate women. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to the first charges and was released after paying $1 million in bail, but a grand jury indicted him on the same charges days later.
The two July counts of predatory sexual assault and one count of a criminal sexual act stemmed from an alleged attack on a third woman in 2006. Weinstein's lawyer suggested before Monday's hearing that the Hollywood executive would plead not guilty, seeing as Weinstein has maintained his innocence since he first faced a landslide of allegations last October. He was released on continued bail after the pleas, per ABC News. Weinstein still faces a maximum sentence of life in prison for the predatory sexual assault count. Kathryn Krawczyk