“The next thing I know, he’s pressing against me and pulling off my sweater.” Katherine Kendall, 48, told 'The New York Times' that Weinstein convinced her to stop by his apartment in 1993.He came out of his bathroom in a robe, asking for a massage.Even more damning: The suit, obtained by USA TODAY, claims The Weinstein Company violated federal sex trafficking law "by benefiting from, and knowingly facilitating" Weinstein's foreign business travels in which he would "recruit or entice female actors into forced or coerced sexual encounters on the promise of roles in films or entertainment projects."Noble says she was summoned to the producer's hotel room at Cannes Film Festival in 2014 to talk about a role.He began massaging her shoulders and told her to "relax." According to the complaint, Weinstein called an unnamed Weinstein Company producer, who told the actress that she needed to be “a good girl and do whatever (Weinstein) wished,” and if she did, “they would work” with her further. In a statement issued to USA TODAY Monday, Greenfield said she expects the claim to exceed £300,000, or roughly 0,000.She refused; he left the room and returned nude, she says. "He wouldn't let me pass him to get to the door." Mimi Haleyi, a former production assistant, says she encountered Weinstein at Cannes Film Festival in 2006 and offered her help on his productions.He told her to come by his hotel, where he suggested she massage him.
Sean Young, 57, said Weinstein exposed himself to her on the set of 1992's 'Love Crimes' during an interview on KLBJ's Dudley and Bob With Matt Show Daily Podcast.
She was starring in Miramax's 'Kiss the Girls' at the time.
Rose Mc Gowan, 44, reached a previously undisclosed settlement with Weinstein in 2007 after an episode in a hotel room during Sundance Film Festival, 'The New York Times' reported.
Years later, she said, he asked her personal questions about her love life before inviting her up to his hotel room.
Heather Graham, known for her role in 'The Hangover' films, wrote an essay for 'Variety' describing a time in the early 2000s when Weinstein allegedly insinuated that she would need to have sex with him in order to get a part. Mira Sorvino, 50, told 'The New Yorker' that while promoting 'Mighty Aphrodite' in 1995, Weinstein "started massaging my shoulders, which made me very uncomfortable, and then tried to get more physical." Weeks later, she says, he showed up at her apartment, but she was able to scare him off.