Harvey Weinstein officially pled not guilty to charges of rape and other acts of sexual misconduct during a court appearance Tuesday morning. 

The charges were brought forward by Lucia Evans, who alleges that the disgraced Hollywood mogul forced her to perform oral sex on him at his Tribeca office back in 2004. Another unidentified woman has accused Weinstein of raping her at a Manhattan hotel sometime in 2013. 

Weinstein entered a Manhattan court shortly before 10 a.m. to enter his plea; he was wearing a dark suit and was walking with a slight limp. Weinstein was forced to maneuver through the throngs of reporters and cameramen who lined up outside the building to try and coax a comment from him. The courtroom was filled with people, including women's rights attorney Gloria Allred, who observed Weinstein's arraignment. 

Since the revelation of Weinstein's alleged wrongdoing, he has been stripped of his membership with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science, whilst being discharged as CEO of the Weinstein Company, his once credible production studio.