Salma Hayek has spoken out against Harvey Weinstein’s denials of sexual abuse against herself and actress Lupita Nyong’o, saying he hadn’t responded to any other actresses’ claims in the same way because they were both women of color.
Hayek spoke on the #MeToo movement and the fallout from accusations against disgraced producer Weinstein on Sunday as part of the Kering ‘Women in Motion’ talks at Cannes Film Festival, in a live-streamed interview at the Majestic Hotel.
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Hayek publicly accused Weinstein of sexual harassment and abuse in December 2017, in a harrowing op-ed published in The New York Times. The Oscar-winning actress called Weinstein “her monster,” after his treatment of her on the set of 2002’s Frida — an accusation Weinstein denied. Read more…
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