Here's A List Of Every Woman Who Has Come Forward About Harvey Weinstein

Ever since The New York Times published a report about Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment, women have come forward to share their own experiences with the former Weinstein Co. executive. Some, like Lindsay Lohan, had only positive things to say about Weinstein; other accounts are far more harrowing.

Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow shared their own stories of alleged sexual harassment with The New York Times. And three women have accused Weinstein of rape, The New Yorker reported.

Dozens of women have come forward about Weinstein. Those who have spoken out range from actresses to journalists to some of Weinstein's former employees. Their accounts are difficult to read, but it's important to elevate their voices and share their stories.

Ahead, we've rounded up more than 70 women's stories about sexual harassment, and their experiences with the film industry titan in their own words. (These are only the accounts of those who have spoken publicly about their experiences; there are also reports of other unnamed assistants and employees who may have suffered harassment.) We'll keep adding more slides to this article if more survivors come forward.

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Paz de la Huerta

The Boardwalk Empire actress told Vanity Fair that Weinstein raped her twice in 2010. The first alleged incident happened when Weinstein reportedly drove de la Huerta home from a meeting, before "demanding to come inside and have a drink," as Vanity Fair reports.

"Immediately when we got inside the house, he started to kiss me and I kind of brushed [him] away," de la Huerta told the magazine. "Then he pushed me onto the bed and his pants were down and he lifted up my skirt. I felt afraid. . . . It wasn't consensual . . . It happened very quickly. . . . He stuck himself inside me. . . . When he was done he said he'd be calling me. I kind of just laid on the bed in shock."

The second incident was in December of the same year. The actress told Vanity Fair that Weinstein showed up at her building, even though she'd asked him to "leave her alone," the magazine notes.

"He hushed me and said, 'Let's talk about this in your apartment,'" de la Huerta told the magazine. "I was in no state. I was so terrified of him. . . . I did say no, and when he was on top of me I said, 'I don't want to do this.' He kept humping me and it was disgusting. He's like a pig. . . . He raped me."

As Vanity Fair reports, de la Huerta's claims could lead to legal action. The magazine reports that New York District Attorney Maxine B. Rosenthal may bring charges in the case, as the actress' attorney has been in contact with her. A detective from the NYPD has also spoken with de la Huerta, the magazine notes.

The magazine also notes that a spokesperson for Weinstein has "unequivocally denied" claims of nonconsensual sex.
Angelina Jolie

Jolie talked to The New York Times about her experience with Weinstein, as did Gwyneth Paltrow.

"I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did," Jolie wrote in an email to the Times. "This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable."
Gwyneth Paltrow

Paltrow spoke with The New York Times about making Emma with Weinstein in 1996. She said that Weinstein suggested the pair have "massages" and that he "placed hands on her."

"I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified," Paltrow told the Times.
Ashley Judd

The actress told The New York Times that Weinstein invited her to a hotel meeting, and he was wearing a bathrobe when she arrived. Weinstein reportedly asked Judd to watch him take a shower and to give him a massage.
Rose McGowan

In 2016, McGowan tweeted that she was raped by a Hollywood executive, without naming her alleged abuser. McGowan also reportedly reached a settlement with Weinstein in 1997.

After The New York Times published its report last Thursday, McGowan tweeted, "Anyone who does business with __ is complicit. And deep down you know you are even dirtier. Cleanse yourselves."

She also tweeted on Thursday, "Women fight on. And to the men out there, stand up. We need you as allies. #bebrave."

Then, on Thursday, October 12, McGowan officially accused Weinstein of raping her.

She also shared a New Yorker tweet about Weinstein's alleged groping, writing, "now imagine his huge size, his monster face/body closing in on you. In one second your life path is not yours. You have been stolen."

McGowan also shared a tweet about an interview with Weinstein, criticizing NBC for publishing his quotes. "DO NOT GIVE RAPISTS A PLATFORM. Damn you," McGowan tweeted.
Dawn Dunning

Dunning told The New York Times that she met Weinstein in 2003, when she was 24 and trying to make it in the acting realm. She told the paper that she was invited to a meeting with him at a hotel. He allegedly wore a bathrobe and offered her film contracts if she had "three-way sex with him," according to the Times.

Dunning told the Times that when she declined, he told her, "You'll never make it in this business... This is how the business works." The paper notes that she "left acting soon after."
Judith Godrèche

Godrèche told The New York Times that she met Weinstein when she was 24, at the Cannes Film Festival in 1996. She told the Times that Weinstein asked her for a massage. When she refused, Weinstein allegedly "argued that casual massages were an American custom," the Times reports.

The actress told the Times that she stayed friendly with Weinstein after that. "I tried to negotiate the situation over the years, and negotiate with myself and pretend it kind of never happened," she told the paper.
Minka Kelly

In an Instagram post Friday, the actress didn't specifically accuse Weinstein of harassment, though she did write that he asked her to be his girlfriend after a meeting at his hotel room.

"I told him while flattered, I'd like to keep things professional," Kelly wrote on Instagram. "He said 'Fine. I trust you won't tell anyone about this.'"

Kelly went on to apologize for not speaking up about Weinstein's alleged actions.

"I'm sorry for obliging his orders to be complicit in protecting his behavior, which he obviously knew was wrong or he wouldn't have asked me not to tell anyone in the first place," she wrote. "For making him feel ok about the gross things he was saying and that I felt my only route was to say I was flattered. For not insisting that my reps never allow anyone to take a meeting in a hotel room (with him or anyone else), because I honestly don't know what might have happened if I'd just showed up as originally scheduled."

You can read Kelly's full Instagram post here.
Sophie Dix

The British actress told The Guardian that she met Weinstein in 1990, when she was 22. He allegedly invited her to a meeting at a hotel and "tugged at her clothes."

"As soon as I was in there, I realized it was a terrible mistake," Dix told the paper. "I got to the hotel room, I remember talk of a massage and I thought that was pretty gross. I think he showed me his big back and I found that pretty horrid. Then before I knew it, he started trying to pull my clothes off and pin me down and I just kept saying, 'No, no, no.' But he was really forceful. I remember him pulling at my trousers and stuff and looming over me and I just sort of — I am a big, strong girl and I bolted… ran for the bathroom and locked the door."

Dix told the outlet that she escaped to the bathroom, and when she reopened the bathroom door, Weinstein was "standing there masturbating."
Lauren Sivan

Sivan, a TV journalist, told The Huffington Post that in 2007, Weinstein masturbated in front of her at a restaurant.
Rosanna Arquette

Arquette told The New Yorker that she met Weinstein for a hotel meeting, where he asked for a massage. The actress told the magazine that Weinstein took her hand, reaching for his neck and his erect penis.

The actress also shared her story with The New York Times, telling the paper that Weinstein told her she was "making a big mistake" by refusing his advances.
Katherine Kendall

Kendall told The New York Times that she met Weinstein when she was 23, in 1993. He invited her to his apartment, where he allegedly changed into a bathrobe and asked her for a massage.

"He literally chased me," Kendall told the Times. "He wouldn't let me pass him to get to the door." Still, she told the paper, she refused his advances.
Tomi-Ann Roberts

Roberts told The New York Times that she met Weinstein in 1984. She was 20 years old at the time. She went to a meeting with Weinstein, ostensibly to discuss a potential film role. But when she arrived, Roberts told the Times, Weinstein was in the bathtub and asked if she was comfortable "getting naked in front of him."

The Times notes that Roberts now researches sexual objectification in her career as a psychology professor.
Emily Nestor

The New York Times' original report last Thursday notes that an HR complaint to the Weinstein Company was filed on Nestor's behalf in 2014. Weinstein allegedly invited Nestor, a new employee with the company, to a hotel room.

"In 2014, Mr. Weinstein invited Emily Nestor, who had worked just one day as a temporary employee, to the same hotel and made another offer: If she accepted his sexual advances, he would boost her career, according to accounts she provided to colleagues who sent them to Weinstein Company executives," the Times reported. "The following year, once again at the Peninsula, a female assistant said Mr. Weinstein badgered her into giving him a massage while he was naked, leaving her 'crying and very distraught,' wrote a colleague, Lauren O'Connor, in a searing memo asserting sexual harassment and other misconduct by their boss."

Nestor also recounted her story to The New Yorker. She told the magazine that Weinstein said, "Oh, the girls always say no. You know, No, no.' And then they have a beer or two, and then they're throwing themselves at me." She also described his behavior as "textbook sexual harassment."
Kate Beckinsale

The actress wrote in an Instagram post that she was invited to a meeting with Weinstein at a hotel when she was 17. She writes that he was wearing a bathrobe when she arrived.

"After declining alcohol and announcing that I had school in the morning I left, uneasy but unscathed," Beckinsale wrote. "A few years later he asked me if he had tried anything with me in that first meeting. I realized he couldn't remember if he had assaulted me or not."

The actress also wrote, "I said no to him professionally many times over the years-some of which ended up with him screaming at me calling me a cunt."
Louise Godbold

In a blog post published Monday, the nonprofit director wrote that she "was one of the young women he preyed upon."

"The details of what I have learned was not unique to me are out there now — the office tour that became an occasion to trap me in an empty meeting room, the begging for a massage, his hands on my shoulders as I attempted to beat a retreat… all while not wanting to alienate the most powerful man in Hollywood," Godbold wrote.
Jessica Hynes

Hynes posted a now-deleted tweet that claims she was offered an acting role when she was 19, but she lost the job when she refused to "screen test" for Weinstein while wearing a bikini.
Zoe Brock

Brock called herself "another Harvey survivor" on Twitter. She tweeted that Weinstein asked her to his hotel room, "where he appeared naked and asked for a massage." Brock also outlined her experience in a Medium post.
Liza Campbell

In an essay for the U.K.'s Sunday Times, Campbell wrote that Weinstein asked her to bathe with him.

"My immediate reaction was fury. I'm a mother, a bloody grown-up, not some naive ingénue; what the hell does he take me for? I also felt fear," Campbell wrote."
Florence Darel

The French actress told People that in the '90s, Weinstein harassed her in the hotel room next to where his wife was staying.

"I was in shock. I was in shock," Darel told People. "I was astonished. When you have someone so physically disgusting in front of you, continuing and continuing as though this was all perfectly normal… What happened to me may not be illegal, but it was inappropriate. Very inappropriate."
Cara Delevingne

The actress and model sent a written statement about her experience with Weinstein to journalist Yashar Ali, who shared it on Twitter.

"When I first started to work as an actress, I was working on a film and I received a call from Harvey Weinstein asking if I had slept with any of the women I was seen out with in the media," Delevingne wrote. She also shared that during a meeting with Weinstein, she started singing to stop his advances. She wrote that he attempted to kiss her, but she was able to leave the room.
Lea Seydoux

The actress shared her experience with Weinstein in an essay for The Guardian.

"We were talking on the sofa when he suddenly jumped on me and tried to kiss me. I had to defend myself," Seydoux wrote. "I left his room, thoroughly disgusted. I wasn't afraid of him, though. Because I knew what kind of man he was all along."
Asia Argento

The Italian actress told The New Yorker that Weinstein forced oral sex on her.

"I know he has crushed a lot of people before," Argento told the magazine. "That's why this story — in my case, it's 20 old, some of them are older — has never come out."
Mira Sorvino

The actress told The New Yorker that Weinstein sexually harassed her in a hotel room in 1995. "He started massaging my shoulders, which made me very uncomfortable, and then tried to get more physical, sort of chasing me around," she told the magazine.
Tara Subkoff

The actress told Variety that Weinstein sexually harassed her in the '90s.

"He motioned for me to come over to him, and then grabbed me to sit me on his lap. I was so surprised and shocked I couldn't stop laughing because it was so awkward. But then I could feel that he had an erection. I got quiet, but got off his lap quickly," Subkoff told the outlet. "He then asked me to come outside with him and other things I don't want to share, but it was implied that if I did not comply with doing what he asked me to do that I would not get the role that I had already been informally offered. I laughed in his face as I was in shock and so uncomfortable. I left the party right after that."
Claire Forlani

In a statement posted on Twitter, Forlani wrote that she "escaped five times" from Weinstein's advances. She adds in the statement that "massage was suggested" at hotel meetings with Weinstein.
Heather Graham

In an essay for Variety, Graham writes that she was invited to a meeting at Weinstein's hotel, but she didn't attend.

"I called one of my actress friends to explain my discomfort with the situation, and she offered to come with me. En route, she called me to say she couldn't make it. Not wanting to be at the hotel alone with him, I made up an excuse — I had an early morning and would have to postpone," Graham wrote. "Harvey told me that my actress friend was already at his hotel and that both of them would be very disappointed if I didn't show. I knew he was lying, so I politely and apologetically reiterated that I could no longer come by."

The actress also wrote that she hopes the allegations will create "a dialogue on redefining sexual harassment in the workplace" so that women will feel empowered to speak out about harassment in the future.

"While I still do feel guilty for not speaking up all those years ago, I'm glad for this moment of reckoning," Graham wrote. "To the countless other women who have experienced the gray areas: I believe you."
Louisette Geiss

At a press conference Tuesday, Geiss said that Weinstein masturbated in front of her.
Lucia Evans

Evans told The New Yorker that Weinstein forced oral sex on her in 2004.

"He forced me to perform oral sex on him... I said, over and over, 'I don't want to do this, stop, don't,'" she told the magazine. "I tried to get away, but maybe I didn't try hard enough. I didn't want to kick him or fight him."

"I just sort of gave up," Evans told The New Yorker. "That's the most horrible part of it, and that's why he's been able to do this for so long to so many women: People give up, and then they feel like it's their fault."
Emma de Caunes

The French actress told The New Yorker that in 2010, Weinstein invited her to a meeting at his hotel room. De Caunes recounted that when she arrived, he allegedly emerged from the shower nude and erect, asking her to lie on a bed.

"But I didn't want to show him that I was petrified, because I could feel that the more I was freaking out, the more he was excited," de Caunes told the magazine. "It was like a hunter with a wild animal. The fear turns him on." She added that it "took all my courage," but she was able to leave the room.

"I know that everybody — I mean everybody — in Hollywood knows that it's happening," de Caunes told The New Yorker. "He's not even really hiding. I mean, the way he does it, so many people are involved and see what's happening. But everyone's too scared to say anything."
Jessica Barth

The actress told The New Yorker that in 2011, Weinstein invited her to a meeting in a hotel room, where he asked her for a massage.

"So, what would happen if, say, we're having some champagne, and I take my clothes off, and you give me a massage?" Barth told the magazine that Weinstein said to her. "And I'm, like, 'That's not going to happen.'"
Ambra Battilana Gutierrez

The Italian model reported Weinstein to New York authorities for groping in 2015, Vanity Fair notes. Police had Gutierrez wear a wire, and Weinstein allegedly admitted to groping her on a recording.
Romola Garai

The actress told The Guardian that she "auditioned" for Weinstein when she was 18.

"Like every other woman in the industry, I've had an 'audition' with Harvey Weinstein, where I'd actually already had the audition but you had to be personally approved by him," Garai told the outlet. "So I had to go to his hotel room in the Savoy, and he answered the door in his bathrobe. I was only 18. I felt violated by it, it has stayed very clearly in my memory."
Myleene Klass

Sources close to the singer told The Sun that in 2010, Weinstein reportedly offered her a "sex contract," which she refused. The Sun also reports that Weinstein allegedly tried to "silence her with a confidentiality agreement."

In 2010, Klass told Alan Titchmarsh that a film industry producer had offered her a "sex contract," though she didn't name Weinstein.
Laura Madden

In The New York Times' original report, Madden, a former employee of Weinstein, said that the producer asked her for massages at various hotels.

"It was so manipulative," she told the Times. "You constantly question yourself — am I the one who is the problem?"
Zelda Perkins

Perkins, another of Weinstein's employees, was "regularly subjected to inappropriate requests or comments in hotel rooms," according to the Times. The paper reports that a lawyer for Miramax may have negotiated a settlement with Perkins and her lawyer.
Sarah Ann Masse

Masse told Variety that Weinstein allegedly hugged her while in his underwear and told her he loved her.

"[He] gave me this really tight, close hug that lasted for quite a long period of time. He was still in his underwear," Masse told the outlet. "Then he told me he loved me. I left right after that."
Melissa Sagemiller

The actress told The Huffington Post that Weinstein was "very flirty" with her in 2010. He reportedly asked her for a massage while wearing a bathrobe, blocking the door and refusing to let her leave without kissing him.

"He literally would not let me leave. I said fine and kissed him on the lips," Sagemiller told The Huffington Post. "He sort of held my head and made me kiss him, and then he's like, 'OK, you can go now. That's all I wanted. Just do what I say, and you can get your way.'"
Angie Everhart

Everhart alleges that Weinstein masturbated in front of her on a yacht more than a decade ago. The alleged incident happened when Everhart was asleep, and she claims he blocked the door so she couldn't escape the cabin, TMZ reports.
Eva Green

Green's mother revealed that Weinstein acted inappropriate with her daughter on French radio. In short order, Green herself issued a statement to Variety, in which she says they met in Paris and "he behaved inappropriately and I had to push him off." She said she had not spoken of the incident before, wishing to maintain her privacy, "but I understand it is important to do so as I hear about other women’s experiences."
Sarah Polley

In an opinion piece for the NY Times, Polley details how Weinstein propositioned her, in front of co-workers, that if she would have a "very close relationship" with him (his words), she would have a successful career. When she declined, he tried appealing to her as a political activist. Their power dynamic makes that sexual harassment.
Lysette Anthony

Anthony, a British actress, told the Sunday Times in the UK that Weinstein raped her in her own home in the late 1980s.
Jess Weixler

The actress shared an Instagram post thanking the women who apparently warned her about Weinstein.

"I'll say I am very grateful I was warned. I had multiple women protecting me with stories. There were several years of Harvey propositioning me, combined with requests for meetings about scripts, and talk of what directors he could introduce me to. Thank goodness I heard enough not to go," Weixler wrote on Instagram. "Grabbing my arm at crowded parties and telling me my fiancé wasn't invited to be at Cannes when we were there promoting Rigby. Being told he wouldn't be able to get into events if he came. The accounts I've heard of what happened to others are devastating. In a time when the press killed stories and DAs ignored evidence, there was an underground network of women protecting women. And Im just so grateful to the women who warned and protected me."
Natalie Mendoza

The actress reportedly wrote a Facebook message about Weinstein and her experience filming The Great Raid, according to Variety.

"I might have told Mr W mid-script 'meeting' after he sent his assistant out that I'd punch him if he didn't take his hands off me," Mendoza reportedly wrote in the Facebook post. "Shook all the way home but high-fived myself for knowing my self worth in my early 20s. I knew my first film would be my last after that and I was more than OK about it."

Mendoza also wrote in a followup Facebook post, "I was so naive I did not realize it was a set-up. I managed to escape with my integrity intact. I was shaken and dazed but OK."
Vu Thu Phuong

The Vietnamese actress and model wrote in a Facebook post that Weinstein allegedly tried to teach her how to act in sex scenes. She claims he showed up to a meeting wearing a towel and told her that other actresses had been through the same process.

"I was thinking at the moment that if he were to rape me or kill me, would anybody find out and stop him?" Phuong wrote on Facebook, according to Vulture. "It was an extremely horrifying feeling. My head was tensing up. It felt like my nerves would snap."
Lena Headey

The Game of Thrones star shared her experience with Weinstein in a series of Notes app screenshots she posted on Twitter. She alleges that Weinstein asked her to accompany him to a hotel room after scheduling a breakfast meeting, but the hotel key card didn't work. Headey wrote that when she said she wasn't interested in anything other than a professional relationship, "he walked me back to the lift, through the hotel to the valet, by grabbing and holding tightly to the back of my arm." She also alleges that he asked her not to tell her agent and manager what had happened.
Photo: Jim Spellman/WireImage.
Sean Young

The Blade Runner actress appeared on the Dudley and Bob With Matt Show podcast and shared her own personal experience while working on the 1992 film Love Crimes.

"I personally experienced him pulling his you-know-what out of his pants in order to shock me," she told the hosts. "My basic response was, 'You know, Harvey, I really don't think you should be pulling that thing out, it's not very pretty.'"

She never worked with him again.
Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images.
Heather Kerr

During a news conference conducted with attorney Gloria Allred, Variety reports that actress Heather Kerr says Weinstein exposed himself to her during a private meeting.

"He asked me if I was good," Kerr said. "I started to tell him about my training and acting experience and he said, 'No. I need to know if you're good.' He said if he was going to introduce me around town, he needed to know if I was 'good.' He kept repeating that word."

He then forced her to touch his penis, holding her hand on it. "He said this is how things work in Hollywood and all actresses who'd made it did it this way."

She quit acting shortly following the incident.
Erika Rosenbaum

The Canadian actress told The New York Times that when she first met Weinstein, he convinced her to give him a massage at a hotel room. She stayed in touch because she wanted to work on her acting career. And when the pair met again after several years, Weinstein allegedly masturbated while holding her neck.
Mimi Haleyi

During a press conference with Gloria Allred on Tuesday, the former Weinstein production assistant said that Weinstein "orally forced himself" on her in 2006.

"I was planning to spend some time in New York, so I asked Harvey if I could help on any of his productions there," Haleyi said in her statement. She alleged that Weinstein said to her, "Why don't you come and see me at my hotel and we'll talk about it?"

During the hotel meeting, Weinstein allegedly asked Haleyi for a massage, which she refused and left. But later on, after Haleyi had worked on one of the Weinstein Company's TV shows, she says he showed up at her apartment and offered to take her to Paris, which she also declined. Still, Haleyi said she agreed to "maintain a relationship" of a professional nature with Weinstein. And when he later invited her to a meeting, Weinstein allegedly was "all over me making sexual advances," according to Haleyi's statement.

"I told him 'no, no no,' but he insisted," Haleyi said in the statement. "He held me down on the bed, I tried to get him off of me but it was impossible. He was extremely persistent and physically overpowering... He then orally forced himself on me while I was on my period. He even pulled my tampon out. I was in disbelief. I would not have wanted anyone to do that with me even if the person had been a romantic partner."
Dominique Huett

The actress filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein Company, alleging that Weinstein "lured her into the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, demanded a massage, and then forced oral sex on her," TMZ reports.
Natassia Malthe

The model and actress held a press conference Wednesday with Gloria Allred, her attorney. Malthe alleged that in 2010, Weinstein raped her and masturbated afterward. She also said another woman was present during the event and performed oral sex on Weinstein. Malthe claims that Weinstein requested a threesome, which she denied, which allegedly led the mogul to call her an "ungrateful cunt."
Brit Marling

In an essay for The Atlantic, Marling detailed her experience meeting Harvey Weinstein.

"I, too, went to the meeting thinking that perhaps my entire life was about to change for the better. I, too, was asked to meet him in a hotel bar. I, too, met a young, female assistant there who said the meeting had been moved upstairs to his suite because he was a very busy man. I, too, felt my guard go up but was calmed by the presence of another woman my age beside me. I, too, felt terror in the pit of my stomach when that young woman left the room and I was suddenly alone with him," Marling wrote. "I, too, was asked if I wanted a massage, champagne, strawberries. I, too, sat in that chair paralyzed by mounting fear when he suggested we shower together. What could I do? How not to offend this man, this gatekeeper, who could anoint or destroy me?"

The actress adds that she was able to "leave the room," but she went back to her own hotel room and cried. "I wept because I had gone up the elevator when I knew better. I wept because I had let him touch my shoulders. I wept because at other times in my life, under other circumstances, I had not been able to leave," she wrote.
Annabella Sciorra

In an in-depth interview with The New Yorker, Sciorra disclosed one particularly disturbing experience with Weinstein in the early '90s. The star, known for her roles in The Sopranos and Jungle Fever, alleged that Weinstein attacked her in her apartment.

"Like most of these women, I was so ashamed of what happened,” Sciorra said. “And I fought. I fought. But still I was like, Why did I open that door? Who opens the door at that time of night? I was definitely embarrassed by it. I felt disgusting. I felt like I had fucked up.”
Daryl Hannah

In an in-depth interview with The New Yorker, Hannah shared a recollection of events that happened nearly a decade ago.

"He had a key,” Hannah explained about the time Weinstein allegedly entered her hotel room, uninvited. “He came through the living room and into the bedroom. He just burst in like a raging bull. And I know with every fiber of my being that if my male makeup artist was not in that room, things would not have gone well. It was scary.” At the time Hannah was on a press tour in Rome promoting Kill Bill: Vol. 2 which was released in America in 2004.

She also opened up about why it took her so long to come forward, saying, "I think that it doesn’t matter if you’re a well-known actress, it doesn’t matter if you’re twenty or if you’re forty, it doesn’t matter if you report or if you don’t, because we are not believed,” she said. “We are more than not believed — we are berated and criticized and blamed."
Hope Exiner d'Amore

D'Amore worked for Weinstein's concert promotion company, Harvey and Corky Productions. In an interview with The New York Times, she alleged that Weinstein raped her in the '70s in a hotel room in Buffalo.
Cynthia Burr

Burr told The New York Times that Weinstein forced oral sex on her in the 1970s.
Ashley Matthau

Matthau told The New York Times that Weinstein "pushed her down on a bed and masturbated while straddling her" in 2004.
Lacey Dorn

Dorn told The New York Times that she met Weinstein when she was 22, after graduating from Stanford and moving to New York to work in film. As she was leaving a party, Weinstein allegedly "grabbed between her legs, touching her buttocks and crotch through her clothes," the Times reports.
Paula Wachoniak

Wachoniak, a former intern for Weinstein, claims he harassed her in 1980. She showed up to his hotel room to ask him to sign something, and he allegedly exposed himself to her and asked for a shoulder massage.
Lauren Holly

The actress claims that she showed up to a business meeting with Weinstein at a hotel, and he allegedly answered the door in a bathrobe before showering and walking toward her without the robe afterward.

"When he came toward me, everything changed," Holly said during an appearance on Canadian talk show The Social. "I wanted to flee, I was scared. He told me I looked stressed. He said that he thought maybe I could use a massage, maybe I could give him a massage."

Holly also claimed that Weinstein "began to get angry" when she refused, and told her she was making a "bad decision." She says she pushed him and was able to run out of the room.
Marisa Coughlan

The actress told The Hollywood Reporter that Weinstein "wanted to barter sex for movie roles." She claims that she showed up for a business meeting at a hotel, where Weinstein allegedly asked her if they could be "special friends" and give "massages" to each other.

"What happened to me, even though it was uncomfortable, was much more of a transactional situation. He wanted to barter sex for movie roles. In other cases, he was forcing himself on them. It's so shocking that he got away with it for as long as he did. I never realized the scope of it. I felt like an island and naively didn't know how pervasive it was," Coughlan told THR.
Alice Evans

The Vampire Diaries star wrote an essay for The Telegraph about rejecting Weinstein's advances. She claims that after rejecting Weinstein, neither she or her now-husband Ioan Gruffudd were considered for roles in Weinstein films.

Evans writes that after she denied Weinstein's alleged request to "touch your tits," he told her, "Let's hope it all works out for your boyfriend," referring to a role Gruffudd was up for.

"I was never again considered for a Weinstein film, and neither was Ioan," Evans wrote. "I'll never know if my refusal to be sexually available for Mr. Weinstein at the moment he fancied his little fix had me blacklisted, or whether I'm inflating my own importance in a much bigger picture."

The actress also wrote that Weinstein showed a "total lack of concern for me as a woman" and that the experience "affected me for years."
Trish Goff

The model told The New York Times that she met Weinstein in 2003. She was 25 at the time. He asked her to a business meeting in a private room at the Tribeca Grill, where she claims he asked her about her personal life and whether she had a boyfriend.

"I said I wasn't interested in an open relationship, but he was relentless, and I kept trying to shut that down and move on. Then he started putting his hands on my legs, and I said, 'Can you stop doing that?' When we finally stood up to go, he really started groping me, grabbing my breasts, grabbing my face and trying to kiss me," Goff told the Times. "I kept saying, 'Please stop, please stop,' but he didn't until I managed to get back into the public space."
Samantha Panagrosso

The model claims that Weinstein harassed her in 2003 during the Cannes Film Festival. Panagrosso told Variety that he groped her in a pool and later tried to grope her again in the cabin where she was staying.

"He pushed me on the bed, tried groping me, and I tried to play it off because I thought, He's not going to do anything because my friends are on the boat. But it got very frustrating to get him out. It was like bargaining," Panagrosso told Variety. "When I said 'no’ he said 'maybe if I can't massage you, will you massage me?' When I said no to that he said 'come on why are you being so difficult, all the [other] women are ok with it. I don't see what you are making such a fuss about. Let me see your breasts at least.'"
Morgan Shanahar

Shanahar's account exists in a tweet shared by Asia Argento listing those whom Weinstein allegedly harassed or abused. According to Argento's tweet, Shanahar was an assistant at Miramax who was harassed.
Katya Mtsitouridze

The Russian TV host told The Hollywood Reporter that in 2004, Weinstein met her at his hotel room in a bathrobe and asked for a massage.

"I was frozen into immobility like a statue, because a well-known producer with whom I've come to discuss modern Russian writers, was in a bathrobe," Mtsitouridze told THR. She told the magazine she ran from the room when a waiter brought in an ice bucket to put a Champagne bottle in.

She also told THR that when she ran into Weinstein a decade later, he told her, "Don't even think about saying anything. Forget all about it. Be a smart girl."
Lupita Nyong'o

The actress wrote in an essay for The New York Times that she visited Weinstein's home for a movie screening with his family, where he asked her to go to a bedroom with him. Nyong'o wrote that he asked to give her a massage, and she suggested she give him a massage instead, but she left the room when he took his pants off.

Weinstein's representative issued the following statement to Entertainment Weekly about Nyong'o's claims: "Mr. Weinstein has a different recollection of the events, but believes Lupita is a brilliant actress and a major force for the industry. Last year, she sent a personal invitation to Mr. Weinstein to see her in her Broadway show Eclipsed."
Amber Anderson

The British actress wrote in an Instagram post that Weinstein harassed her in 2013, when she was 20.

"He behaved inappropriately and propositioned a 'personal' relationship to further my career whilst bragging about other actresses he had 'helped' in a similar way," Anderson wrote. "He told me not to tell anyone I was alone with him, told me if I did it might affect my 'opportunities.' He tried to take my hand and put it in his lap which is when I managed to leave the room."
Chelsea Skidmore

The comedian and actress told The Washington Post that she met Weinstein at the Peninsula Hotel for a business meeting, he masturbated in front of her. She also told the paper that she had an additional three meetings with Weinstein where he exposed himself or suggested she become "physical" with other women.
Lisa Rose

In an essay for BBC News, Rose explained that she was reportedly warned about Weinstein when she started working for Miramax in 1988. Rose was allegedly told that Weinstein would "answer the door in a towel" and request a massage. And when she showed up to the Savoy hotel, Rose writes that Weinstein did ask for a massage and a back rub.

"He asked me for a back rub, to give him a massage. But I had been forewarned — and I said no. Because of the warning I could really focus on getting out of the situation," Rose wrote. She adds that she was able to leave the situation without Weinstein touching her.
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Juliana Margulies

In a recent interview on the Sirius XM show Just Jenny, Juliana Margulies recounted a meeting with Harvey Weinstein in 1996. Promised a screen test if she took the meeting, Margulies was also promised that the woman accompanying her to the meeting would be in the room with them.

"She knocked on the door, and she was standing behind me," Margulies told the radio show host. "And he opened the door in a bathrobe. I could see that there were candles lit in the room, and there was a dinner for two. And I saw him stare at her, daggers," she recalled. Margulies explains that when she turned to the woman standing behind her, "I caught her in a shrug – like, 'What could I do?' And he looked at me, furious, and took the door and he said, 'Just wanted to say good audition.' And he slammed the door."
Mia Kirshner

The Canadian actress wrote an op-ed for the Globe and Mail, alleging that Weinstein "attempted to treat me like chattel that could be purchased with the promise of work in exchange for being his disposable orifice."
Paula Williams

Williams claims that Weinstein exposed himself in front of her in 1990. She shared the experience during an interview on ABC's 20/20.
Connie Nielsen

The Wonder Woman star claims that Weinstein groped her in 2005.
Juls Bindi

Bindi, a massage therapist, told ABC's 20/20 that Weinstein "asked her about his genitals" before following her to a restroom and masturbating in front of her, the New York Daily News reports.
Lina Esco

The S.W.A.T. actress told The Washington Post that Weinstein came onto her in 2010. She alleges that Weinstein suggested they kiss, and that things would be "easier" if she obliged.
Jiuliana de Paula

The former model claims that Weinstein groped her at a party a decade ago. De Paula told The Los Angeles Times that Weinstein "chased her around naked, and she had to fight him off with broken glass," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Jane Doe"

A woman who has only been identified as "Jane Doe" in court documents has teamed up with feminist lawyer Gloria Allred to go after Weinstein and The Weinstein Co. for sexual battery and assault after alleging that the Hollywood producer raped her in 2016, Deadline reports. They filed the suit on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

According to the lawsuit, Weinstein assaulted the anonymous woman on two separate occasions. Both encounters allegedly took place after Weinstein floated around the idea that she could have a role in Marco Polo.

The first time she met with Weinstein at his Beverly Hills hotel room in late 2015, Deadline reports that he gripped "her wrist with one hand while using the other to masturbate in front of her until completion." Months after the original meeting, Weinstein reportedly invited her back to the same hotel to "celebrate" her casting.

Shortly after she arrived at the room the woman claimed Weinstein yanked her pants down and proceeded to "orally copulate" her without her consent, BuzzFeed reports. Instead of honoring her wishes and stopping, BuzzFeed writes that the lawsuit states "Weinstein then used his massive weight and strength to force himself on her, pushing his penis inside of her vagina without a condom." Once again, the lawsuit claimed that Weinstein held onto her wrist while he began to masturbate with his free hand. She was reportedly able to escape, but she never got the Marco Polo role or was considered for any other upcoming projects.

In the lawsuit, the woman also claims she believes TWC knew about Weinstein's behavior with women like her and failed to act.

According to BuzzFeed, a representative for Weinstein issued a statement claiming that "any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein." The rep added that "Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances."
Kaitlin Doubleday

The Nashville actress says in an essay for The Hollywood Reporter that she had been warned about Weinstein's behavior and had seen him a few times before going up to his room under the guise of watching some footage for the end of the movie Nine.

"Now the world knows what happens when Harvey Weinstein invites you to his hotel room," she wrote, adding that she only went up there because she had been "groomed to by the world, by the industry and by people's expectations that an aspiring young woman can achieve success only with the help of a powerful man."
Salma Hayek

In an essay for The New York Times, Hayek detailed instances when Weinstein harassed her by asking her to watch him shower or shower with him, let him give her a massage, and let him give her oral sex. When she said no, he reportedly got angry.

"The range of his persuasion tactics went from sweet-talking me to that one time when, in an attack of fury, he said the terrifying words, 'I will kill you, don't think I can't,'" she wrote.

In response, Hayek claims Weinstein would retaliate by forcing her to be naked on screen.

In a statement to Deadline, a spokesperson for Weinstein issued a statement, part of which claiming that "All of the sexual allegations as portrayed by Salma are not accurate and others who witnessed the events have a different account of what transpired."

Read the full statement here.
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