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Salma Hayek spoke about the harassment of Harvey Weinstein

The actress admitted that it took her many years to heal the wounds and work through the trauma inflicted by Harvey Weinstein.

In 2017, Salma Hayek was not afraid to speak publicly about the harassment by Harvey Weinstein, now serving a 23-year prison sentence for proven rape and forced sex. In an interview with the Evening Standard, the actress admitted that it took her many years to heal the emotional wounds.

“The most amazing thing is that I thought I was healed. And then all these stories surfaced, and I realized that I had not healed, but had suppressed this pain in order to live on. I was in a lot of pain for a long time. I didn't know that so many other women had suffered at his hands and that it had gone this far. I was shocked. But the fact that we worked together was the antidote. I've lived with it for a long time and now I separate myself from those events,” says Hayek.

The actress wrote an essay for The New York Times called “Harvey Weinstein is a monster for me,” in which she openly spoke about harassment by a producer while working on the film "Frida". The film about the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo earned Hayek an Oscar nomination.

According to Salma, Weinstein helped her make a career in the 90s when she was an aspiring actress. In exchange, the producer repeatedly tried to persuade Hayek to have sex, asking him to give him a massage or take a shower together. “For many years, Weinstein was my monster,” Salma admitted. My failures have led him into a rage: I think most of all he hated the word 'no'.”

Recall that in March last year, Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison, as the court found two episodes of the criminal case proved. This is a case of rape in 2013 and forced oral sex in 2006. In total, more than 80 women accused the producer of inappropriate behavior...

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