Gwyneth Paltrow was one of the first women to work on the article in The New York Times, in which film producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct. The actress even called the newspaper, and when they were going to the toilet to hide from Weinstein. That is told by the authors of the article, Megan Twohey, and Jodi Kantor, on The Today Show.
“A lot of people may seem surprising, but Gwyneth Paltrow was one of the first women who is on the phone to talk to me and told us to be willing to help with the investigation,” says Twohey. “A lot of the other actresses were too afraid to tell him what she had been through.”
Paltrow was one of the most well-known actresses who have made movies for the Weinsteins company, Miramax. This is from the film, however, is not to speak out about his behaviour.
According to Twohey, and the Cantor, who in the book, ” She Said, and wrote on the case, Weinstein had to Paltrow, even once, to hide in the bathroom in her own house and then to the studio to be asked in for a real treat. From the toilet called, the show with the writers. According to them, he knew what effect it would have, if Paltrow had a say.
Weinstein would feel Paltrow in a hotel room in 1996
In this article from The New York Times, telling Paltrow what Weinstein is up to her transgressed in a hotel room when she was taken on for the lead role in the movie Emma (1996). Weinstein would Paltrow have felt, and have said that he wanted to work.
The actress told us of her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt about the incident, and that he would be Weinstein at the premiere, have to face. The producer called Paltrow and shouted at her that she’s never heard anything about the incident should talk to.
Weinstein needs to be in January 2020, to the court. He is accused of rape.