Brad Pitt had declared out about opposing Harvey Weinstein for reportedly sexually assaulting Gwyneth Paltrow when she was 22.
The actor told him he “wanted to confirm that nothing was going to happen further” after Paltrow supposedly that the dishonored producer had unsuitable placed his hands on her during a “professional meeting” in a Los Angeles hotel.
The occasion is said to have occurred after Paltrow was employed to enact the lead role in Jane Austen adaptation, Emma, in 1994.
Paltrow afterward told on The Howard Stern Show that Pitt, her then-boyfriend, bullied Weinstein at the inception of a Broadway production of Hamlet casting Ralph Fiennes in 1995.
According to the Avengers star, he said Weinstein: “If you ever make her feel awkward again, I’ll kill you.”
Pitt, who seems in the new movie Ad Astra, detailed upon the experience in a new interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour.
“At that moment, I was just a boy from the Ozarks on the playground, and that’s how we confronted things,”
“I think the interesting thing is that we, Hollywood specifically, but the workplace – men and women’s dynamics – is being re-calibrated in a long-overdue and very good way. And I do think that’s an important story to tell.” – He revealed
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