Hollywood’s veteran actress Uma Thurman has recently accused top shop Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of Rape. Both the stars worked together in the movie “The Pulp Fiction” which was produced by Weinstein and Uma played the role of Mia Wallace.
In a recent interview, Uma told the press, “He used to spend hours talking to me about the material and complimenting my mind and validating me. It possibly made me overlook warning signs. This was my champion. I was never any kind of studio darling. He had a chokehold on the type of films and directors that were right for me.”
According to the New York Times, the first time the producer forced himself on the 47-year-old-actress was in London in Savoy Hotel, where he molested her.
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Following this incident, the actress cut off all ties with the producer and pledged never to work with him again. Therefore, this was the first and last time the duo worked together for anything. Later then, the actress received a bunch of yellow roses from the producer and a note which said, “You have great instincts.”
The actress then decided to meet the producer in his hotel room to clear the matter, only this time to be assaulted. She also confided in the interview that the producer threatened to leak her photos if she ever told about this incident to anyone.
The two then had to again get together to work during the production of the movie Kill Bill. Uma then worried confronted the director of the movie Quentin Tarantino about the incidents and confronted Harvey which was finally the end of all this.
The actress later feeling guilty also said, “I am one of the reasons that a young girl would walk into his room alone, the way I did. Quentin used Harvey as the executive producer of ‘Kill Bill,’ a movie that symbolizes female empowerment. And all these lambs walked into slaughter because they were convinced nobody rises to such a position who would do something illegal to you, but they do.”
"Harvey assaulted me but that didn't kill me. What really got me about the crash was that it was a cheap shot. I had been through so many rings of fire by that point. “About the