Salma Hayek spoke about the harassment Harvey Weinstein

Salma Hayek spoke about the harassment Harvey Weinstein

Actress Salma Hayek was published in the newspaper The New York Times text which told about sexual harassment by movie producer Harvey Weinstein.

“Harvey Weinstein was an avid movie buff, a risk taker, a patron of talents in the movie, a loving father and a monster. For many years he was my monster,” she wrote.

Hayek noted that the harassment began in 2002. Then she starred in the movie “Frida”, which was engaged in Studio Weinstein Miramax. The actress has consistently refused repeated offers of a producer to adopt a joint shower, make each other massages and have sex.

Weinstein also demanded from Hayek to star in a candid scene with another woman, which she had a nervous breakdown. To cope with it actress helped Edward Norton, Antonio Banderas and Ashley Judd.

In October, several dozen women have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment and rape, among them Cara Delevingne, Lea seydoux and Angelina Jolie. Against the background of these confessions many other Hollywood celebrities and singers began to talk about molestation and rape. In particular, the same charges were brought and to Kevin spacey.

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