As the list of his accusers grows, Harvey Weinstein is expressing remorse and defiance. The disgraced movie mogul on Wednesday told TMZ, "we all make mistakes." Nearly 30 women have now publicly described inappropriate conduct by Weinstein including actresses Cara Delevingne and Lea Seydoux who came forward Wednesday. Jericka Duncan reports.


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