She alleges that she didn't receive any work from Weinstein or his company because she rebuffed his advances.
The lawsuit also describes how Weinstein "took off his trousers and forcibly held Jane Doe while taking her hand and making her touch and massage his penis".
The woman said she told Weinstein at the time that she was only 16.
The woman claims she met Weinstein at an event for her modeling agency Next and three days later agreed to meet him for a business lunch.
The Jane Doe complaint is an update to a class action lawsuit against the film producer, the Weinstein Company and Miramax.
Completely distraught, Jane Doe screamed and the producer ultimately let her leave.
Weinstein's civil lawyer, Elior Shiloh, declined to comment.
In another encounter described in the filing, Weinstein blurted out his sexual attraction to pop star Christina Aguilera, who was being shown on a television, and then allegedly unzipped his trousers and touched his penis.
NYPD Detective Nicholas DiGaudio, right, escorts Harvey Weinstein, second left, to an unmarked vehicle while leaving the first precinct of the New York City Police Department after turning himself to authorities following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Shockingly, Jane Doe claims Weinstein was at one point distracted by a Christina Aguilera performance on television, said "Wow, I'd really like to fuck that pussy" and proceeded to fondle himself.
Five other charges, involving alleged assaults of two other women, remain in the case in Manhattan criminal court.
His lawyer Brafman has then said the former Hollywood legend, who for decades produced box office and critically claimed hits, would plead not guilty.
He turned himself into a NY police station before being charged with first and third degree rape in 2013, seemingly in a Midtown Manhattan hotel, and a criminal sex act in the first degree in 2004. She alleged he also forced her to touch his genitals. The woman didn't delete any information and instead asked a lawyer for advice, prosecutors said.
Jane Doe's allegations are now included among others made by Louisette Geiss, Katherine Kendall, Zoe Brock, Sarah Ann Thomas, Melissa Sagemiller, Nannette Klatt, Melissa Thompson, Caitlin Dulany and Larissa Gomez, the complaint shows.
A judge had given them until October 31 after expressing scepticism about the strength of their allegations the studio board conspired to cover-up Weinstein's misdeeds by intimidating accusers. When Weinstein heard that she was in town, he suggested that they meet because he "might have some ideas" to help.