Harvey Weinstein found guilty of rape and sexual assault of one accuser in Los Angeles trial
The verdict includes three guilty counts against the disgraced movie mogul, who could face up to 24 years in prison.
The jury reached a mistrial on counts involving two other accusers, including rape and sexual assault charges against Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
Weinstein was acquitted of a sexual battery allegation made by a massage therapist.
The jury was deadlocked 10-2 on a sexual battery count involving Lauren Young, the only accuser who testified at both Weinstein trials.
The verdict comes five years after Weinstein became a key figure in the #MeToo movement.
The case hinged heavily on the stories and credibility of the four women at the center of the charges.
The verdict was met with emotional reactions from both the accusers and Weinstein's spokesperson.
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón praised the accusers for their bravery in testifying.
Weinstein is already serving a 23-year prison sentence for a rape and sexual assault conviction in New York, which is under appeal.
The Los Angeles trial provided another moment of reckoning for the #MeToo movement.