The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office is now reviewing eight cases against the disgraced Hollywood exec Harvey Weinstein according to D.A. spokesman Greg Risling.

Weinstein is slated to go on trial next month in New York on charges of rape and sexual assault, and the D.A.'s office has received four cases each from the Los Angeles Police Department and the Beverly Hills Police Department.

They have not yet decided as to whether Weinstein will face any charges with respect to those cases and has yet to decide whether to file charges on any of them. Two of the cases are fairly recent.

Just last week, the exec took part in an interview where he complained about being a "forgotten man."

"I feel like the forgotten man," he said to the New York Post. "I made more movies directed by women and about women than any filmmaker, and I'm talking about 30 years ago. I'm not talking about now when it's vogue, I did it first. I pioneered it."