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Actress and model Cara Delevingne claims, in the examined cases, the Hollywood media mogul Harvey Weinstein told her that it would be “no” because of her sexuality.
Delevingne, 27, has been open about her sexuality, and have recently open up about her relationship with fellow actress Ashley Benson, on the 29th.
“In the beginning, I don’t think it’s helping,” she told Net-a-Porter ‘ out. “One of the first things that Harvey Weinstein has ever said to me was,” You’ll never make it in this business if a man and woman to get grow a beard.'”
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“The Valerian,” star said as He told her that “this is a long, long time,” he made sexual advances towards her, which she is, in the first instance, claimed in an Instagram post, in 2017.
Cara Delevingne, said in an interview last week that Harvey Weinstein told her that she would never make it in Hollywood, “as a gay woman.”
She said that when she first started working as an actor, as He referred to it as “the question of whether or not I had slept with one of the women that I have seen in the media.” Delevingne described the meeting as “very strange and difficult,” and said before she quickly hung up, “He said to me that If I was gay or decided to have sex with a woman, especially in public, that I never have to play the role of a straight woman, or to make it as an actress in Hollywood.”
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In an interview published last week, Delevingne said that she did not think that the situation with Weinstein, in which he allegedly tried to kiss a woman and tried to kiss the Delevingne itself, was “going crazy.”
Delevingne in June, confirmed its association with the Benson’s, also told E! News:
“It is a Proud [a Month]. It has been 50 years since Stonewall happened, and it’s just about over for our anniversary, so why shouldn’t I?” Delevingne remarked, “I don’t like to use the ‘official’ thing ‘, and in place of it to give their relationship a title, he said: “it’s just a little bit.”
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The two were spotted cozying up at the u.s. Open earlier this month at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York city. Delevingne said We, she had “never really been one for it, for the fear of them leaving. I’ve never really trusted people, or feeling worthy of it, and I’ve always pushed them away.”
“She was the first person who has said,” You can’t push me away. I’m going to have dinner with you, I love you.'” Delevingne said. “I’m just like, wait for it, so all I have to do is leave it to you to be nice to me?” Why didn’t I have never done it before? Well, okay.”