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Naomie Harris said that she had been sexually abused by a man, the actor, who she describes as a “huge star” in the competition a year ago.
Harris spoke to The Guardian in a candid interview with her about her various roles and her upcoming part in Daniel Craig’s latest outing as James Bond in “No Time To Die.” During the lengthy interview, she casually revealed she was less than honest in the past when they have claimed that they have never experienced racism or sexism in the music business.
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“I was at an audition, and he put his hand up my skirt. What was so shocking was the casting director and the director, and, of course, no one said anything, because he was – he was a huge star,” she said.
Harris, 43, said the incident took place while she was in her mid-20’s, but that is not what the audition was for, or who the actor was.
She went on to note that she believes in her Cambridge education and is shielded from a lot of sexual advances in the world of show business, saying, “I think that there is an immediate assumption that you have a brain.”
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She also credits the “Time’s Up” motion to keep up with the people responsible for it in a way that has never been done before.
“The men know that they will definitely not get away with things that they have not even thought about it.”
The outlet noted that Harris previously told The Times in a year in 2017 and that they had not experienced any form of racism or sexism.
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Harris will reprise her role as Eve Moneypenny in the “No Time To Die”, a role she has already played in the “Bond” film “Spectre,” and “Skyfall.”