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Former assistant breaks non-disclosure agreement Weinstein's former London assistant Zelda Perkins came forward with her story Monday, breaking an almost 20-year-old non-disclosure agreement. Weinstein came out in his underwear, she says, and asked if they could massage each other.
While she worked for him in her 20s, Perkins says Weinstein would often walk around the room naked and asked her to be in the room while he bathed.
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.
I, too, was asked if I wanted a massage, champagne, strawberries.
Paltrow won the Oscar for best actress in the movie.
Weinstein was in the first row for the February 2017 Marchesa show at New York Fashion Week to see the latest designs from his wife's label.
The Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and harassment scandal continued to unfold on Monday.
Here's the latest: The Weinstein accuser count passes 50 women As of Monday, the number of women alleging sexual misconduct, harassment, assault or rape by Weinstein surpassed 50 women, including 48 named women (listed here by ; Gloria Allred's new client, former actress Heather Kerr; and an unnamed 38-year-old Italian actress whose accusation that Weinstein raped her in a hotel room in 2013 is being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Weinstein Company is hit with subpoenas from the New York attorney general In another blow to an already staggering company, legal scrutiny of The Weinstein Company expanded Monday when the New York attorney general announced he is opening a civil-rights investigation of the firm co-founded by the disgraced movie mogul. Schneiderman, is looking into whether officials at The Weinstein Co., which has offices in New York City, violated state civil rights law and/or city human rights law in connection with the deluge of allegations made by dozens of women in recent weeks that Weinstein sexually harassed, coerced, assaulted or raped them in episodes dating back decades.“No New Yorker should be forced to walk into a workplace ruled by sexual intimidation, harassment, or fear," Schneiderman said in a statement to USA TODAY.
“This was his behavior on every occasion I was alone with him,” she said.
“I often had to wake him up in the hotel in the mornings and he would try to pull me into bed.”Her breaking point came when a colleague confided in her about similar treatment.
Brit Marling: It happened to me, tooactress/writer shares that Weinstein pulled the hotel room-massage act on her in 2014.
Back then, she writes, "when the industry had deemed I was legitimate fresh meat — I was, in some ways, in a slightly different position from many who had walked this gauntlet before me."I, too, went to the meeting thinking that perhaps my entire life was about to change for the better. 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.