As part of a bombshell report in The New York Times, Judd said Weinstein invited her to a hotel for what the actress thought would be a professional breakfast meeting.
Since then, more than 60 women have come forward with similar accusations. "Afterwards I lay there in complete disgust". "Was I going to tell the concierge who sent me up to the room?"
Actress Natassia Malthe also spoke out on Wednesday alongside her lawyer, Gloria Allred, accusing Weinstein of sexually assaulting her in a London hotel room and propositioning a threesome.
Once Huett gave an inch, Weinstein turned the tables and took a mile, she said.
Clooney said that while there are "people much better qualified to tell the story of African-Americans in mid-20th century suburbia", he wanted to use the story of the Mayers family - based on a real black family that moved into the all-white suburb of Levittown, Pennsylvania in 1957 - to shine a light on the absurdity of racism. "And it's really okay to have responded however we responded". "I love you, and I understand that you are sick and suffering, and there is help for a guy like you, too, and it's up to you to get that help", Judd said during the conversation with Diane Sawyer.
"It made me leave LA, that's for sure", she said. When I win an Oscar.' And I fled.
"Finally, I just said 'When I win an Oscar in one of your movies, okay?'" she said, before Harvey tried to downgrade it to when she was nominated for an Academy Award.
"Am I proud of that?" she asked herself. After she declined, "he showed up at her apartment twice in one day and "literally physically forced himself in through the door pleading with me to come with him to Paris", she said. The proud that shames myself says 'no". Good job, kid. You got out of there.
Huett, a Manhattan resident, said she had not yet reported the incident to Beverly Hills Police but feels that is a component to her stepping forward. "That's his pattern of sexual predation".
She said it turned her off to Hollywood, leading her to move back to NY.
When asked if Weinstein should go to jail, Judd said, "If he's a rapist, he should absolutely go to jail". Judd is smiling next to the Hollywood mogul and Sawyer says the picture was sent to ABC by Weinstein as evidence of his good relationship with Judd. "I grabbed his hand and squeezed it violently to hurt him and proceeded to hold it in place on his own thigh".
Explaining that her face shows a look of "abject terror", she added: "It's very - it's very gross". "I think it could be important to put it on file and to make a record and to see what they decide".
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