World stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie have not escaped the harassment of dozens of Hollywood stars by American producer Harvey Weinstein.
When Gwyneth Paltrow was 22 years old, she got a role that another star would take, and before world producer Harvey Weinstein began filming, he called her to his suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills for a work that began unabated, according to The New York Times.
The American product put his hand on it and suggested that she head to the bedroom for a massage.
"I was a child" and she was sexually harassed by a man who sparked her career and then helped win the Oscar, she said in a public interview.
Angelina Jolie says that in the late 1990s, Weinstein called her to meet her hotel room but she refused.
"I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, I chose not to work with him again and warned others when they did," she says in an e-mail. "This behavior towards women in any field, .
Many international stars have been harassed by the Hollywood emperor.
British actress Romola Garay says Harvey Weinstein met her in his hotel room when she was 18 years old to test her performance as an actress at the beginning of her career, according to the British newspaper The Guardian.
Romola Garay, described the behavior of the producer, who is nicknamed the Hollywood Emperor in their meeting at the Savoy Hotel in London, as offensive and "abuse of power".
The actress, who starred in Atonement and The Hour, aired on the BBC, told The Guardian that a sense of "violation" might be generated. This is the latest allegations of harassment and inappropriate behavior against the Hollywood emperor.
"Like any other woman in this area, I had a performance test with Harvey Weinstein, and it's true that I had already done the test, but I had to get the approval personally," Romola said.
Therefore, I had to go to his room at the Savoy Hotel, opening the door and wearing a bathrobe. I was then only 18 years old. I felt violated because of it. The situation remained etched in my memory.
Romola, who once entered the Weinstein hotel room sat on a chair and briefly discussed the film: The incident was an indication of how Weinstein treated women in the film industry, which resulted in the exposure of young female actors, often desperate to get a special opportunity In the field, to "humiliating positions" consistently to demonstrate "have the power to do so."
Weinstein's public practice began when he published a scandalous report in the New York Times last week that the producer, one of Hollywood's most influential people and producer of Pulp Fiction, had sexually harassed women in film for more than two decades.
He allegedly reached at least eight settlements with women who sexually harassed them, invited women to his hotel room on the pretext of work, then received them naked, asked them to massage, or watched them during showers.
The list of women accused by US agents Ashley Jude and Rose McGowan, and since they published their claims against Weinstein, has encouraged others to do the same.
British writer and actress Lisa Campbell said Weinstein had invited her to his hotel room and asked her to go into the bathroom with him. An American television reporter said Weinstein had masturbated.