Among everyone, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed last year that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her early in her career and that, how her the then-boyfriend Brad Pitt came to her rescue. Read more details.
Recently, Hollywood actresses came out in open to allege sexual assault remarks against Harvey Winstein.
The remarks against the Hollywood mogul sent a shockwave to the whole world.
Among everyone, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed last year that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her early in her career and that, how her the then-boyfriend Brad Pitt came to her rescue.
However, she did not reveal any details as to what Pitt said to Weinstein, until now.
Now, Paltrow said in the interview that it was like Pitt throwing Weinstein against a wall. “If you make her feel uncomfortable again, I’ll kill you or something like that.”
“It was like the equivalent of throwing him against the wall. It was so fantastic because what he did was, he leveraged his fame and power to protect me at a time when I didn’t have fame or power yet.”
Paltrow, along with other big Hollywood stars like Angelina Jolie, revealed to The New York Times in October 2017 how Weinstein would sexually harass them.
She had signed two movies with him when he invited her to his suite at a hotel for a meeting. However, he instead placed his hand on hers and suggested they gave each other massages. “I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified,” she told Jodi Kantor and Rachel Abrams of The New York Times, who won the Pulitzer Prize for their report and launching a revolution against sexual harassment in Hollywood.
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