Two new assault complaints against Harvey Weinstein brought on by one woman have been received by Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the London Metropolitan Police. These allegations bring accusations against Weinstein that are outside of the United States to a total of 14, from nine different women.

The Scotland Yard said that the complaints were lodged on Nov. 13. One of the two incidents allegedly took place in 2011 in Westminster. The other allegedly took place in 2010, outside of the jurisdiction of the U.K. The information on the second complaint has been relayed to the appropriate authorities, according to Scotland Yard.

There has been no arrest in response to these new allegations. No other information has been given, because of Scotland Yard policy.

On Saturday, the New York Times published an article detailing alleged sexual assault by Weinstein on Uma Thurman. Thurman described an incident in which Weinstein "pushed me down. He tried to shove himself on me. He tried to expose himself. He did all kinds of unpleasant things," in the Savoy Hotel in London. Thurman said she experienced guilt for not coming forward earlier. "The complicated feeling I have about Harvey is how bad I feel about all the women that were attacked after I was…I am one of the reasons that a young girl would walk into his room alone, the way I did," she said. The actress also said that Weinstein later threatened to ruin her career.

So far, more than 50 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct. The film producer has denied all allegations.