The sexual assault case against Harvey Weinstein is in danger of falling apart after Manhattan prosecutors discovered evidence regarding one of his accusers that makes her encounter with the disgraced producer sound consensual, The New York Post reports. Lucia Evans previously claimed Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004. Evans is one of three women whose accusations are being used against Weinstein by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office. One of Evans’ prior employees turned over the written evidence that appeared to contradict her grand jury testimony. (The evidence was found on a work computer). Today (Thursday), Manhattan Supreme Court Justice James Burke is expected to rule on whether to dismiss count five of the indictment that relates to Evans, sources tell the Post.