Actor Daryl Hannah has additionally stood up, saying the motion picture tycoon once endeavored to compel his way into her inn room.
The actors were cited in a report in the New Yorker, one of the outlets that initially broke stories about allegations about Weinstein.
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Sciorra told the journalist Ronan Farrow, the creator of the main New Yorker story, that Weinstein “pushed” her on to her quaint little inn had nonconsensual sex.
“He pushed me onto the bed, and he got over me,” Sciorra claimed in a meeting with the New Yorker. “I kicked and I shouted,” she said.
Sciorra said she went poorly the police since she dreaded Weinstein would “pulverize” her profession.
Hannah, who has featured in films including Kill Bill and Splash, fled her inn room as Weinstein requested to be let in. “It was kind of unremitting, and afterward it began transforming into beating on my entryway,” she said.
The next night she claimed she needed to blockade the entryway with furniture to anticipate Weinstein coming in.
On a third event, she says, Weinstein had a key to Hannah’s room and let himself in unannounced while Hannah was watching a film with an associate.
Weinstein has been removed from his own particular organization and ousted from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. A representative did not quickly react to a demand for input.
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In an announcement to the New Yorker, a representative for Weinstein stated: “Mr Weinstein unequivocally precludes any assertions from claiming non-consensual sex.”