Previously, Hayek accused Weinstein of harassing her over the course of five years during the filming of the Oscar-winning film Frida.
"In Hayek's interview with Oprah, she continued to explain that "[The Times] contacted me to be a part of the first story, and already by this contact, there was all this turmoil and I started crying when they asked and I ended up not doing it. "I felt ashamed that I was a coward. I was supporting women for two decades, and then I was a coward". But she said the thought of making her claims public made her emotional.
Hayek noted that she also hesitated because she hadn't told her husband what happened between her and Weinstein and she "thought of all these different things including my child, I didn't want to talk about it".
'When it came out, then I was ashamed that I didn't speak up and then when so many women came out, it was a unusual sensation. The article went viral and elicited one of the few responses from Weinstein himself, and now the actress has sat down with Oprah to talk why it took her so long to come forward. "I handled it really well", she said. "Everyone, including Reese - I've said this to her - was acting like, I was seeing some of the girls at my school behave, who were suffering from PTSD".
She also explained that she had trouble writing the essay.
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In a conversation with Oprah Winfrey at the Apollo Theater on Wednesday night, Hayek, 51, told the TV personality that Weinstein told the film's director, Julie Taymor: "I am going to break the kneecaps of that 'C-word'". "And then when so the women came out".
She told Oprah that "I felt like my pain was so small" than others.
As in most collaborative projects, there was creative friction onFrida, and in this case, it served to drive the project to perfection. He hopes all involved can at least agree that the movie was fantastic.
She has previously revealed in the NY times that Weinstein, who is accused of raping, sexually abusing and harassing dozens of actresses, once threatened to kill her and had pressured her into filming a nude sex scene with a female co-star.
Oprah at the Apollo will air on February 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network and will be available via podcast at Oprah's Super Soul Conversations.
Nevertheless, Mr. Weinstein deeply apologizes to Ms. Hayek for any pain she has suffered as a result of his behavior or comments. "He was very proud of her Best Actress Academy Award nomination for 'Frida" and continues to support her work".
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