Massage, humiliation… Salma Hayek recounts in detail the harassment of Harvey Weinstein – awards Gala

Entertainment 14 December, 2017

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Harassed by the producer Harvey Weinstein, Salma Hayek has written an open letter published by the New York Times on December 13,. There she reveals the actions of a magnate of the movie, which threatened to death when she refused to give him what he wanted.

In an open letter published by the New York Times on December 13,, Salma Hayek reveals how Harvey Weinstein has harassed her. After much hesitation, the actress joined its voice to those of other victims of the producer, who accused him of sexual harassment and rape. It is on the occasion of their work together on the film Frida as the magnate of the movie is taken to the actress, who believes now was not raped only because she was friends with Quentin Tarantino and George Clooney, which would have protected.

“I was happy at the idea of working with him. […] He had a bet on me, me who was a nobody. He had said yes. But, I had no idea that it was going to be my turn to say ” no “, describes Salma Hayek. Not open the door no matter what hour of the night, in every hotel, on each filming location, where it appeared without warning, including once in the context of a film about which he was not involved. Not to take a shower with him. Not to let him watch me take a shower. Not to let me get a massage. Not to let one of his friends, naked, massage me. Not the fact of him getting a blow job. Not the fact that I was naked with another woman. No, no, no… I do not believe he hated nothing more than the word ” no “. “

Salma Hayek, who has also accused Donald Trump of having raped a 13 years old girl, reveals that Harvey Weinstein was then threatened with death. “To try to persuade me he has tried all the tactics, discloses itself. It was started by talk to me mielleusement with kindness, and went so far as to pronounce these words terrifying once, in a fit of fury : ” I will kill him, do not believe that I am not capable “.

Harvey Weinstein, in one of his few statements since the beginning of the scandal, has not responded to the accusations of Salma Hayek : just a-t-he denied having forced her to shoot a scene of sex with a woman for the purposes of the film, arguing that Frida Kahlo was bisexual and that it was ” part of history “.

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