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Glenn Close, Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet and Judi Dench spoke out about Harvey Weinstein in lengthy statements released on Monday that revealed some of Hollywood knew of the sexual harassment allegations while others were in the dark.'The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes he supported,' said Streep.'The intrepid women who raised their voices to expose this abuse are our heroes.'She went on to say: 'One thing can be clarified.“Because it really underlined my own sense of cluelessness, and also how evil, deeply evil, and duplicitous, a person he was, yet such a champion of really great work,” she said. 9, calling them “inexcusable.” Streep said she did not know about the “inappropriate, coercive acts” he was accused of doing — all of which Weinstein has denied.Then Streep took a dig at the disgraced movie mogul. Also Read: Meryl Streep Answers Rose Mc Gowan's Slam Over Harvey Weinstein: ' It Hurt' In December, Streep released a statement after Rose Mc Gowan criticized her for her “silence” in the wake of the scandal.“Some of my favorite people have been brought down by this, and he’s not one of them.” Also Read: ' The Post' Movie Review: Steven Spielberg Spins a Lean and Mean Fourth Estate Yarn When asked by the Times about the media’s and public’s obsession with her comments, Streep referenced the women in President Trump’s inner circle, as he’s been accused by more than a dozen women of sexual misconduct. Streep said she was not “deliberately silent.” In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal, women and men alike have been more vocal about speaking out against unwanted sexual advances and contact.The accusations have been many, and the reaction and fallout has been swift across the industry.
I feel the time is long and tragically overdue for all of us in the industry, women and men, to unite — calmly and dispassionately — and create a new culture of respect, equality and empowerment, where bullies and their enablers are no longer allowed to prosper.'Streep revealed in her statement however that she had no idea about the incidents of sexual harassment described by woman in the Times piece.
I had hoped that these kind of stories were just made up rumours, maybe we have all been naïve. There must be ‘no tolerance’ of this degrading, vile treatment of women in ANY workplace anywhere in the world.'On Sunday night, actors Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Fridges and Miles Teller all spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about Weinstein at the premiere of the new film 'Only the Brave.' 'I just found out now [that he got fired].
I had a movie called 'The Giver' and I tried to get that movie made for 20 years and ended up making it with Harvey.
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