Actress Uma Thurman has detailed long suggested by the allegations against the film producer Harvey Weinstein.
In an article in the New York Times, says Weinstein pushed down and “sought to expose” himself in the producer’s hotel room in London during the 1990s, before she managed to “slip”.
Harvey Weinstein, the spokesman said that the claims about an assault “are false”.
The 47-year-old star also said that she was forced into sex as a teenager by an anonymous actor 20 years her senior.
Thurman had expressed his discontent with Weinstein last November, saying: “I’m glad it’s going slowly – you don’t deserve a bullet.”
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H a P P y T H a N K S G I V I N G I am grateful today, for being alive, for all those I love, and to all those who have the courage to stand up for others. I said that I was angry recently, and I have a couple of reasons, #metoo, in case you couldn’t tell by the look on my face. I think it is important that you take your time, be fair, be accurate, so… Happy thanksgiving to All! (Except Harvey, and all their evil conspirators – I am glad that it’s going slowly – not worth a bullet) -stay tuned to Uma Thurman
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She had not made specific allegations against Weinstein in the time. But the details of his claims on a 3,000-word feature published in the New York Times on Saturday, titled: “This is the reason why Uma Thurman is angry.”
What Uma Thurman say?
Among the revelations in the article are that Thurman was sexually assaulted at the age of 16 years, at the beginning of his career.
She met an actor – which is not named in a Manhattan nightclub, and was “forced” when she returned to her home for a night of drinking.
“I was, in short, meet”, said the newspaper. “I tried to say no, I cried, I did everything I could do. I said that the door was closed, but I never ran it and tried the knob.”
“When I got home, I remember that I stood in front of the mirror and looked at my hands and I was so angry with him for not to be blood or bruising.”
Their allegations with regard to Weinstein took place in the period of time after the success of the 1994 Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction, which was produced by Weinstein. The incident took place at his suite at the Savoy Hotel in London.
“He pushed me down. He tried to push himself on me… He did all kinds of nasty things,” Thurman told the Times.
“But he didn’t really put his back into it and I oblige. You’re like an animal wrenched away, like a lizard.”
She said that a bouquet of flowers arrived the next day with a note that said: “You have a great instinct”. And that, in consequence, Weinstein assistants kept calling about new film projects.What was Harvey Weinstein’s response?
A spokesman for Harvey Weinstein – who is in the rehabilitation center issued a statement in the wake of the publication history.
It was said that his team had entered into contact with the New York Times and sent pictures, “which show the close relationship that Mr. Weinstein and ms. Thurman had.”
The newspaper acknowledged receiving “friendly” photos ” of the couple at premieres and parties.
“Mr. Weinstein acknowledges a clumsy spend 25 years in Ms Thurman in England, after misreading her signals, after a flirtatious exchange in Paris, for which he immediately apologised and deeply regrets,” the statement said.
“However, his claims about being physically assaulted are false.”
“There was no physical contact during Mr. Weinstein’s uncomfortable to pass and [him] is sad and confused as to why Ms Thurman… waited 25 years to make these allegations public”.
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What about Quentin Tarantino?
Thurman also detailed the rupture between her and the director Quentin Tarantino, who – along with Weinstein – made Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, two of Thurman’s most successful films.Tarantino ‘knew enough’ about Weinstein
But she revealed that she fell in with Tarantino on a car accident scene out of Kill Bill.
She alleges that there were known problems with the convertible car, that Tarantino was “furious” in its insistence that it does not use a truck driver during filming, and convinced her to drive the car that crashed, causing injuries to her.
The incident sea to the pair of the relationship. Thurman threatened to sue Weinstein of the study, but says she was denied access to the fall of footage for 15 years.
Tarantino has to issue any public statement about Thurman claims.