Jennifer Aniston “Weinstein Tried To Bully Me’

Jennifer Aniston has spoken out about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein in an interview with Variety [Photo: Getty]


Jennifer Aniston has spoken out about her experiences with Harvey Weinstein in an interview with Variety [Photo: Getty]

Jennifer Aniston has asserted Harvey Weinstein once attempted to “menace” her into wearing a dress planned by Marchesa, the style brand that had a place with his then spouse Georgina Chapman.

Addressing Variety, the ‘Companions’ star worked with Weinstein on the film ‘Wrecked’ in 2004, around the time that his ex propelled the mark.

“That is the point at which he came to visit me in London while we were shooting. He’d resemble, ‘alright, so I’d like you to wear one of these to the debut’,” Aniston stated, clarifying how Weinstein hand given her a lookbook of dresses from Marchesa.

“What’s more, I experienced the book, and at the time, it wasn’t what it is today. It was not for me. He resembled, ‘You need to wear the dress.’ That was my solitary tormenting. Also, I resembled, ‘No, I won’t wear the dress’.”

Asked whether Weinstein acknowledged her refusal, Aniston reacted: “Well, what was he going to do? Come here and make me wear it?!”


The on-screen character likewise portrayed time went through with the disrespected maker at a debut supper.

“I recall that I was sitting during supper with Clive [Owen], and our makers and a companion of mine was sitting with me,’ she told the distribution.

“What’s more, he actually got together and said to my companion: ‘Get up!’ And I resembled, ‘Goodness my gosh.’ And so my companion got up and moved and Harvey plunked down.

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“It was simply such a degree of gross qualification and greedy conduct,” she included.

Updates on the claims against Weinstein are credited for transforming the #MeToo battle into a worldwide development against lewd behavior, a subject Aniston’s most recent task addresses.

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e aftermath from an imaginary embarrassment as Aniston’s morning TV co-have, played by Steve Carell, is terminated over sexual offense charges.

Talking about the #MeToo development, Aniston said it has “totally” prompted a perpetual change in Hollywood.

“I believe there’s still opportunity to get better,” she proceeded, “however I feel that sort of conduct is finished. I think individuals have had the s*** frightened out of them.”


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