When Harvey Weinstein’s legal team told L.A. jurors on Monday that his encounters with five women he is accused of sexually assaulting were “transactional,” and suggested that one of them, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, was a “bimbo,” Caitlin Dunlany was horrified. Sitting in the back of the courtroom, Dunlany—who previously sued Weinstein for sexual assault, before a judge rejected the terms of a proposed class-action settlement—had expected the proceedings to be taxing. She did not expect this.