Six days after the New York Times published a blistering report detailing nearly 30 years of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein, the New Yorker has published its own explosive investigative report including accusations of rape and sexual assault.

The report includes new accounts from three women who allege that Weinstein forced them to perform or receive oral sex and forced vaginal sex, as well as four women who told the news outlet that they experienced unwanted touching that could be classified as an assault.

The women's stories illustrate a pattern of abuse beginning under the pretext of professional meetings with up-and-coming talent, who were then allegedly pressured and sexually assaulted by Weinstein. All indicate they feared for their professional lives if they were to speak out.

Sixteen former and current executives and assistants at Weinstein’s companies said they had witnessed or known about Weinstein's behavior, which was not excluded from corporate events, and say it was widely known at both Miramax and the Weinstein Company.

They also described a culture of compliance, including a recurring situation known as a "honey pot," in which Weinstein allegedly used other, often female staff to attend meetings to make a victim feel safe before being dismissed by the mogul, leaving him alone with a woman.

Written by journalist Ronan Farrow, son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, who has publicly elevated accusations of sexual assault by Dylan Farrow against their famous father, the package includes specific accounts of harassment from Mira Sorvino.

The Mighty Aphrodite actress said Weinstein, who produced the film that earned her an Oscar, chased her around a hotel room in 1995 as she warded him off before leaving the room. In a separate occasion, Sorvino says Weinstein showed up at her apartment after midnight with the promise of new marketing ideas for the film, but left dejectedly after she said her boyfriend was on the way.

The package also contains an audio clip captured during a New York Police Department sting operation in 2015 in which Weinstein can be heard pressuring model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez (also named in the New York Times story) to come into his hotel room while he showers.

"Don't embarrass me," he tells her, before admitting to groping her her breast the day prior. "I'm used to that," he says.

Guterriez says she met Weinstein at a show that he was producing at Radio City Music Hall before he asked her to visit his Tribeca office where he lunged at her. She reported the incident to the Special Victims Division, which planned an operation involving Guterriez wearing a wire to extract a confession.

Following a smear campaign of Guterriez in the New York press, the Manhattan District Attorney's office declined to press charges after two weeks of investigations, issuing a statement at the time saying a criminal charge was not supported by the evidence.

On Sunday, Weinstein was ousted from his company. Weinstein Company representative Nicole Quenqua sent a statement Sunday to USA TODAY from The Weinstein Company's board of representatives: "In light of new information about misconduct by Harvey Weinstein that has emerged in the past few days, the directors of The Weinstein Company — Robert Weinstein, Lance Maerov, Richard Koenigsberg and Tarak Ben Ammar — have determined, and have informed Harvey Weinstein, that his employment with The Weinstein Company is terminated, effective immediately."

A spokesperson for Weinstein issued a statement in response to the New Yorker allegations "unequivocally" denying any allegations of "non-consensual sex."