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Class act: Brie Larson, who has become one of the most vocal supporters of victims ever since filming the movie 'Room,' announced that she will always stand with the survivors of assault and harassment There is rampant speculation among 'insiders' that Bob Weinstein (left) leaked details that led to the explosive New York Times story about his brother Harvey's (right) alleged sexual harassment of a number of women.
The brothers are seen above in 2007At the Weinstein Company, the three members of the nine-man board who resigned were named as Dirk Ziff, a billionaire investor, Marc Lasry the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and Tim Sarnoff the president of production services.
Indeed, A-list actresses like Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman and Gwyneth Paltrow who have used their fame to encourage and support women and who have worked with Weinstein have said nothing.
Those same three women have also been more than willing to supply writers and journalists with quotes praising Weinstein over the years and taking about how wonderful he is to work with as an actor.
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The movie mogul is then alleged to have masturbated in front of her and ejaculated into a nearby flower pot.
Sivan says she was trapped and intimidated and deeply shocked.
The course language used by the then-presidential hopeful Donald Trump along with his threat of sexual harassment whipped Hollywood into a frenzy at the time, with celebrities speaking about the offense immediately and for days.
Given the number of lawsuits that the company has settled over the years there is of course a chance that some of these women cannot speak because they signed a NDA or do not want to speak on account of their own personal experiences.
Weinstein had already indicated on Thursday in his written statement in which he acknowledged his behavior in the past had caused 'a lot of pain' that he was taking a leave of absence.
However this time, less than 10 American actresses of note have publicly and directly spoken out against Weinstein or shown support for Judd, including: Amber Tamblyn, America Ferrera, Brie Larson, Brooklyn Decker, Patricia Arquette, Jessica Chastain, Ellen Barkin, and Heather Matarazzo.
Others, like Zoe Kazan and Jenny Slate have used retweets to voice their concern, but not come out in their own words at this time.
Indeed, it has been suggested that it was Bob Weinstein himself who orchestrated the shocking New York Times story which detailed lurid allegations of sexual assault against his brother.