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7, 2017 Model Zoe Brock detailed the time she got "Harveyed" in a Medium essay.
In the piece, Brock said she was 23 when she met Weinstein at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
"He threatened my boyfriends job security, saying he would fire him if I told anyone.
This has been the hardest time of my life, but I'm coming forward in hopes that no other women will have to be subject to this kind of treatment." "He took out sex toys and tried to force them in me, took pictures of me without my permission and promised a position at Screen Junkies for sexual favors," Dawn wrote.
Below are six more harassment stories -- beginning with the most recent -- that have come to light since The New York Times' published an expose last Friday confirming that that Weinstein is, in fact, as much of a scumbag as the rumor mill made him out to be. Never go to somebody's house.' That can happen in somebody's office, too." Alleged Perpetrator: Harvey Weinstein Date of Accusation: Oct.
Alleged Perpetrator: Unnamed Producer Date of Accusation: Oct. 9, 2017 TV reporter Lauren Sivan gave her first interview since revealing she was also allegedly harassed by Weinstein when she was a reporter at News 12 Long Island.
"I get to the house, and the exact same thing happened to me. And then to be told me to 'stand there and be quiet' negated any warm feelings." "There's that feeling of shame," Sivan said.
"Perhaps I did something to give him the wrong impression." "That apology was the final straw for me, so when I was contacted by a reporter, that is when I said, 'Oh no, enough is enough with this guy,'" she added.
Brock said she felt only "platonic energy" for Weinstein until she found herself alone with him.
She wrote, "I was also very uncomfortable about this thank you Emma." "For the last two years I have also had communications with Andy Signore from Screen Junkies," Murphy shared.
"This started as a fan relationship until Andy had asked me about my age and if I had ever had a relationship with older men.
"He was in a position of power, and I was a VERY under skilled young lady, working for him for FREE, with the promise of, if he could pay me." Bowers shared a statement on Facebook, which she included in her tweet.
"I tried to move on, but that experience killed my desire to get into costume design," she wrote. I wish I'd fought more, wish I'd screencapped his messages, but I was young, scared, and dumb.