Salma Hayek just released shocking details about her tumultuous working relationship with disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Like numerous actress in the industry, the Beatriz at Dinner star claimed the movie mogul had sexually harassed her during her career. Not only did she say she was forced her to do a sex scene with Ashley Judd — who also accused the exec of sexual misconduct — in 2002’s Frida, but she also alleged that she had been threatened by Harvey in a new bombshell essay.
The actress shared in detail the torture she faced working with the former studio mogul as an up-and-coming actress … alleging she said no when Weinstein asked her to shower with him, watch her shower, give her oral sex and get naked with another woman.
In the op-ed she wrote for The New York Times, Salma says Weinstein went from sweet-talking her to full rage attack mode … saying, “I will kill you, don’t think I can’t.” The allegations mirror the scores of women who have come forward accusing Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault or rape.
She went on to write that Weinstein once dragged her out of a gala honoring her flick, Frida … “so I could hang out at his private party with him and some women I thought were models but I was told later were high-priced prostitutes.”