Thirty-four actresses and film-industry figures have come forward so far; below, a running list of their allegations against the former Weinstein Company mogul,


 they say that Weinstein invited them to a private room, where he either asked for a naked massage or sexually assaulted them. The majority of the time, Weinstein’s alleged targets were young, aspiring actresses—whom he reportedly preyed upon using his colleagues and his powerful title to cushion against any blowback.

From Angelina Jolie to Rose McGowan to Cara Delevingne to Kate Beckinsale, here are the women who have told their stories thus far. This list will be updated if and when more women come forward.
Minka Kelly:

The actress recalls a meeting with Weinstein in which the producer “regaled me with offers of a lavish life filled with trips around the world on private planes etc. IF I would be his girlfriend,“ she wrote on Instagram. Kelly says she declined.

Melissa Sagemiller:

In the summer of 2000, while she was filming the Miramax-distributed Get Over It, Sagemiller says Weinstein invited her into his hotel room, where he asked for a massage and refused to let her leave the room until she kissed him. “I remember that’s when it turned from ‘Oh, ha ha, I can handle this guy’ to ‘Well, O.K., he’s blocking the door, sort of’—‘he’d walked over and put his hand on the door,” she told the Huffington Post. “He just wouldn’t stop. It was relentless. . . . I said fine and kissed him on the lips. He sort of held my head and made me kiss him, and then he’s like, ‘O.K., you can go now. That’s all I wanted. Just do what I say and you can get your way.’“

Sophie Dix:

British actress Dix was 22 when Weinstein allegedly invited her to his room at the Savoy Hotel, ostensibly to watch footage from a film in which she was appearing. “As soon as I was in there, I realized it was a terrible mistake. I got to the hotel room, I remember talk of a massage and I thought that was pretty gross. I think he showed me his big back and I found that pretty horrid,” she told The Guardian. “Then before I knew it, he started trying to pull my clothes off and pin me down and I just kept saying, ‘No, no, no.’ But he was really forceful. I remember him pulling at my trousers and stuff and looming over me and I just sort of—I am a big, strong girl and I bolted . . . ran for the bathroom and locked the door.

“I was in there for a while, I think. He went very quiet. After a while I remember opening the door and seeing him just there facing the door, masturbating, so I quickly closed the door again and locked it. Then when I heard room service come to the door, I just ran.”

Florence Darel:

The French actress told Le Parisien that Weinstein allegedly pursued her after his company bought the 1993 film Fausto, in which Darel starred. In 1995, she says, Weinstein asked her to meet him at a suite in The Ritz, where he allegedly propositioned her—even though his wife at the time was in the next room: “He started to tell me that he found me very attractive and wanted to have relations with me,” Darel said. “I told him I was very in love with my companion. He replied that didn’t bother him at all and offered to have me be his mistress a few days a year. That way we could continue to work together. Basically, it was ‘If you want to continue in America, you have to go through me.’”


“What could I do? Could I go to the police and say, ‘This disgusting man made me an indecent proposal in his hotel room at The Ritz?’ ” Darel told People. “They would have laughed at me. Even when you are raped it is difficult to prove, and society, in many cases, puts the burden of proof on women.”

Claire Forlani:

Forlani, star of the Miramax movie Boys and Girls, alleges that she “escaped” Weinstein’s advances five times: “I had two Peninsula Hotel meetings in the evening with Harvey and all I remember was I ducked, dived and ultimately got out of there without getting slobbered over, well just a bit. Yes, massage was suggested,” she wrote on Twitter. “The three dinners with Harvey I don’t really remember the time period, I was 25. I remember him telling me all the actresses who had slept with him and what he had done for them.” Forlani also said that she declined to participate in Ronan Farrow’s New Yorker story about Weinstein, which she now regrets: “Today I sit here feeling some shame, like I’m not a woman supporting other women. I just read Mira Sorvino’s article in Time and she writes of how scared she was to speak out and participate. I take little solace in that.”

Kate Beckinsale:

When Beckinsale was 17, she alleges, she was invited to meet with Weinstein at the Savoy Hotel. Though she assumed the meeting would be in a conference room, she says she was sent to the producer’s room instead. “He opened the door in his bathrobe,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “I was incredibly naive and young and it did not cross my mind that this older, unattractive man would expect me to have any sexual interest in him. After declining alcohol and announcing that I had school in the morning I left, uneasy but unscathed. A few years later he asked me if he had tried anything with me in that first meeting. I realized he couldn't remember if he had assaulted me or not.” Beckinsale then recalls allegedly being propositioned by Weinstein “many times over the years—some of which ended up with him screaming at me calling me a cunt and making threats.”

Cara Delevingne:

After meeting with Weinstein and a director in a hotel lobby to discuss a movie role, “Harvey asked me to stay and chat with him,” Delevingne wrote in a statement shared on Twitter. “As soon as we were alone he began to brag about all the actresses he had slept with and how he had made their careers and spoke about other inappropriate things of a sexual nature. He then invited me to his room. I quickly declined and asked his assistant if my car was outside. She said it wasn’t and wouldn’t be for a bit and I should go to his room. At that moment I felt very powerless and scared but didn’t want to act that way hoping that I was wrong about the situation. When I arrived I was relieved to find another woman in his room and thought immediately I was safe. He asked us to kiss and she began some sort of advances upon his direction. I swiftly got up . . . I said again that I had to leave. He walked me to the door and stood in front of it and tried to kiss me on the lips. I stopped him and managed to get out of the room.”


Léa Seydoux:

“He invited me to come to his hotel room for a drink. We went up together. It was hard to say no because he’s so powerful. All the girls are scared of him. Soon, his assistant left and it was just the two of us. That’s the moment where he started losing control,” the French actress wrote in The Guardian.

“We were talking on the sofa,” Seydoux alleges, “when he suddenly jumped on me and tried to kiss me. I had to defend myself. He’s big and fat, so I had to be forceful to resist him. I left his room, thoroughly disgusted. I wasn’t afraid of him, though. Because I knew what kind of man he was all along.”

Gwyneth Paltrow:

After casting the actress in Emma, Weinstein allegedly asked Paltrow to meet with him in a suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills, where she says he put his hands on her and suggested “they head to the bedroom for massages,” according to The New York Times. “I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified,” says Paltrow.

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Angelina Jolie:

“I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did,” Jolie told The New York Times. “This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable.”

Ashley Judd:

Twenty years ago, says Judd, Weinstein invited her to a breakfast meeting at the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel; though she thought they would be meeting somewhere public, Weinstein allegedly invited her to his suite, where she found Weinstein wearing a bathrobe. She says he then asked if he could give her a massage or if she could watch him take a shower. “I said no, a lot of ways, a lot of times, and he always came back at me with some new ask,” Judd told the Times. “It was all this bargaining, this coercive bargaining.”

In 2015, she first described the alleged incident without naming Weinstein: “He was very stealth and expert about it,” Judd told Variety. “He groomed me, which is a technical term—Oh, come meet at the hotel for something to eat. Fine, I show up. Oh, he’s actually in his room. I’m like, Are you kidding me? I just worked all night. I’m just going to order cereal. It went on in these stages. It was so disgusting. He physically lured me by saying, ‘Oh, help me pick out what I’m going to wear.’ There was a lot that happened between the point of entry and the bargaining. There was this whole process of bargaining—’Come do this, come do this, come do this.’ And I would say, ‘No, no, no.’ I have a feeling if this is online and people have the opportunity to post comments, a lot of the people will say, ‘Why didn’t you leave the room?’, which is victim-blaming. When I kept saying no to everything, there was a huge asymmetry of power and control in that room.

Rose McGowan:

In 2016, McGowan alleged on Twitter that she had been raped by a studio executive years ago—one whose lecherous behavior was “an open secret in Hollywood/Media.” In a BuzzFeed interview, McGowan also discussed an unnamed “serial predator” in the industry. Though the actress has not explicitly spoken about having an abusive encounter with Weinstein, and has not formally and by name accused him of being a serial predator, the first Times report about Weinstein alleges that the producer paid McGowan a settlement in 1997—and since the scandal went public, McGowan has tweeted numerous times about the Weinstein allegations, asking if the public can now call Weinstein a ”rapist.” On Twitter Tuesday, McGowan also shared audio obtained by The New Yorker of Weinstein admitting to groping model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez; while reposting the clip, McGowan added: “Now imagine his huge size, his monster face/body closing in on you. In one second your life path is not yours. You have been stolen.”


Heather Graham:

“In the early 2000s Harvey Weinstein called me into his office,” Graham wrote in Variety. “There was a pile of scripts sitting on his desk. ‘I want to put you in one of my movies,’ he said and offered to let me choose which one I liked best. Later in the conversation, he mentioned that he had an agreement with his wife. He could sleep with whomever he wanted when he was out of town. I walked out of the meeting feeling uneasy. There was no explicit mention that to star in one of those films I had to sleep with him, but the subtext was there.

“A few weeks later, I was asked to do a follow-up meeting at his hotel. I called one of my actress friends to explain my discomfort with the situation, and she offered to come with me. En route, she called me to say she couldn’t make it. Not wanting to be at the hotel alone with him, I made up an excuse—I had an early morning and would have to postpone. Harvey told me that my actress friend was already at his hotel and that both of them would be very disappointed if I didn’t show. I knew he was lying, so I politely and apologetically reiterated that I could no longer come by.”

Tomi-Ann Roberts:

Roberts says that Weinstein, who used to come to the restaurant where she worked in her twenties, asked her to meet him at his hotel to discuss a movie part. Upon arriving, Roberts told the Times, she found a naked Weinstein in the bathtub, where he allegedly told Roberts “that she would give a much better audition if she were comfortable ‘getting naked in front of him,’ too, because the character she might play would have a topless scene.”

Rosanna Arquette:

Arquette says that Weinstein asked her to come to his room at the Beverly Hills Hotel to pick up a script. There, she told the Times, he greeted her in a bathrobe and asked her for a massage. “Then he grabbed my hand,” Arquette told The New Yorker, and pulled it toward his erect penis, before allegedly bragging about a pair of famous women he had previously slept with. Arquette remembers saying, “I’m not that girl; I will never be that girl” as she left the room

Katherine Kendall:

Kendall, an actress, says Weinstein invited her to a screening, then brought her to his apartment, where he allegedly changed into a bathrobe and asked for a massage. When she declined, he left and returned without the robe. “He literally chased me,” she told the Times. “He wouldn’t let me pass him to get to the door. . . . I just thought to myself: I can’t believe you’re doing this to me. I’m so offended—we just had a meeting.”

Judith Godrèche:

French actress Godrèche says that following a meeting at the Cannes Film Festival, Weinstein invited her to his suite at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, where he allegedly asked to give her a massage. “The next thing I know, he’s pressing against me and pulling off my sweater,” she told the Times. Godrèche then left the suite.


Dawn Dunning:

Costume designer Dunning says that Weinstein offered her a screen test before inviting her to a meal; upon arriving at the restaurant, she says, Dunning “was told that Mr. Weinstein’s earlier meeting was running late, so she should head up to his suite,” according to the Times. There, Dunning found a bathrobe-clad Weinstein, who allegedly offered her contracts for three films on the condition that she have three-way sex with him. “You’ll never make it in this business,” she says he replied when she laughed in response. “This is how the business works.”

Emily Nestor:

Nestor was allegedly harassed while working as a temp for Weinstein. According to the Times, Weinstein invited Nestor to his hotel room at the Peninsula Beverly Hills, where he allegedly bragged about sleeping with famous actresses and badgered her into giving him a massage. The meeting was the “most excruciating and uncomfortable hour of my life,” Nestor told The New Yorker. “He said, ‘You know, we could have a lot of fun. I could put you in my London office, and you could work there and you could be my girlfriend.’”

Nestor said Weinstein also told her “that he’d never had to do anything like Bill Cosby,” apparently meaning that he hadn’t had to drug any women. Weinstein Company employee Lauren O’Connor later detailed Weinstein’s alleged harassment of Nestor in an internal memo obtained by the Times. “There is a toxic environment for women at this company,” O’Connor wrote, saying that Weinstein and Nestor’s alleged encounter left the young woman “crying and very distraught.”

Laura Madden:

Former Weinstein Company employee Madden told the Times that Weinstein asked for massages on more than one occasion: “It was so manipulative. You constantly question yourself—am I the one who is the problem?”

Zelda Perkins:

London Weinstein assistant Perkins allegedly confronted her boss in 1998, saying that she would initiate legal action or go public if he did not change his inappropriate behavior, according to the Times. A Miramax lawyer allegedly negotiated a settlement with her; she declined to comment on Weinstein or her work at Miramax for the Times.

Ambra Battilana Gutierrez:

Italian model Gutierrez is one of the few Weinstein accusers to publicly seek legal action: in 2015, she told New York authorities that Weinstein had groped her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt during a meeting in his Tribeca office. Police then gave Gutierrez a wire to wear so that she could attempt to wring a confession or incriminating comments from Weinstein during a subsequent meeting.

In the resulting audio, obtained by The New Yorker, Weinstein can be heard admitting that he groped her as he tries to cajole Gutierrez into coming into his hotel room: “Oh, please, I’m sorry, just come on in,” says Weinstein. “I’m used to that. Come on. Please. . . I won’t do it again.” Manhattan’s District Attorney’s office ultimately declined to file charges against Weinstein.

Lucia Evans:

In 2004, Evans was an aspiring actress who met Weinstein at the club Cipriani Upstairs. She says he invited her to a meeting at his Miramax office in Tribeca. When she arrived, he was in the room alone, then allegedly forced her to perform oral sex on him, she told The New Yorker. “I said, over and over, ‘I don’t want to do this, stop, don’t.’ I tried to get away, but maybe I didn’t try hard enough. I didn’t want to kick him or fight him,” she said. “He’s a big guy. He overpowered me.”

Asia Argento:

In 1997, actress and director Argento was invited to a Miramax party at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, on the French Riviera. When she arrived at the event, she says, the only people there were a producer and Weinstein. The producer then left, leaving Argento and Weinstein alone—and soon, she alleges, Weinstein was in a bathrobe holding a bottle of lotion. Argento told The New Yorker that Weinstein asked her for a massage; at first, she refused. She eventually relented, and shortly afterward, he “forced her legs apart, and performed oral sex on her as she repeatedly told him to stop,” according to The New Yorker. Though it was a “nightmare,” said Argento, she maintained a relationship with Weinstein for years: ”I felt I had to,” she said. ”When I see him, it makes me feel little and stupid and weak. After the rape, he won.”

Mira Sorvino:

The actress, who starred in a string of Miramax movies in the 90s, told The New Yorker that in 1995, Weinstein was alone with her in a hotel room, and proceeded to massage her shoulders, which made her “very uncomfortable.” She alleges that he then chased her around the room. A few weeks later, says Sorvino, Weinstein abruptly showed up at her apartment in New York after midnight. Sorvino says she told him her boyfriend was en route—a lie that persuaded Weinstein to leave. She believes that night negatively impacted her career: ”I definitely felt iced out and that my rejection of Harvey had something to do with it.”

Emma de Caunes:

De Caunes, a French actress, told The New Yorker that she went to a lunch meeting with Weinstein at the Ritz in Paris in 2010, to discuss a film adaptation of a book. She says that he claimed not to remember the book, then told her a copy of it was in his room, and asked her to go with him to get it. She eventually did. He then went into the bathroom and allegedly emerged nude and erect, telling her to lie down on the bed and adding that many other actresses have done it. De Caunes remembers being “petrified” and refusing. Though she says she left immediately, Weinstein allegedly called her “relentlessly” throughout the day, sending gifts and “repeating that nothing had happened.”

Jessica Barth:

The actress says she met Weinstein for a business meeting at his suite at the Peninsula in 2011. Throughout their conversation, he “alternated between offering to cast her in a film and demanding a naked massage in bed,” per The New Yorker. When she tried to leave, she says, he barked that she should lose weight “to compete with Mila Kunis,” then gave her the number of a female executive.

Lauren Sivan:

The journalist told the Huffington Post that 10 years ago, she met Weinstein at a dinner with friends and associates. After the meal, they all went to Socialista, a club and restaurant where Weinstein was an investor. Weinstein allegedly invited to take Sivan on a tour of the facility. According to her account, when they went down to the kitchen, Weinstein made the staff leave, then allegedly exposed himself in front of Sivan and started masturbating—preventing her from leaving until he had finished. ”I could not believe what I was witnessing. It was disgusting and kind of pathetic, really,” Sivan told Megyn Kelly Monday on Today. “But more than the disgusting act itself, which of course was gross, the demeaning part of it all—that just 20 minutes earlier, he was having this great conversation with me, and I felt so great and flattered by it.”

Romola Garai:

In an interview with the The Guardian, the actress said she had her own experience “auditioning” for Weinstein when she was 18 years old. After a formal tryout, she was told she had to be “personally approved by him,” Garai recalls. “I had to go to his hotel room in the Savoy, and he answered the door in his bathrobe. . . . I felt violated by it, it has stayed very clearly in my memory. . . . The transaction was just that I was there, the point was that he could get a young woman to do that, that I didn’t have a choice, that it was humiliating for me and that he had the power.”

Louisette Geiss:

Screenwriter and actress Geiss alleged in a press conference Tuesday that Weinstein had masturbated in front of her without her consent. Geiss said that Weinstein invited her to his office—”adjacent to his hotel room”—to discuss a script she’d written. “After about 30 minutes, he asked to excuse himself and go to the bathroom. He returned in nothing but a robe with the front open and he was buck naked,” she continued. Weinstein allegedly then got into a bathtub and asked Geiss to continue pitching her script. “When I finished my pitch I was obviously nervous, and he just kept asking me to watch him masturbate,” she said. “I told him I was leaving. He quickly got out of the tub and grabbed my forearm as I was trying to grab my purse and led me to his bathroom, pleading that I just watch him masturbate.”

Geiss is being represented by lawyer Gloria Allred, whose daughter, Lisa Bloom, worked as an adviser to Weinstein before resigning on Saturday.

Sarah Ann Masse:

Masse, an actress, comedian, and writer, told Variety that in 2008, she was still an aspiring performer who worked as a nanny in New York City to support herself. She was asked to do an interview with Weinstein at his Connecticut home to babysit for his three children (with former wife Eve Chilton). Weinstein allegedly answered the door in his undershirt and underwear and remained in that attire while he interviewed her. At the end, he “gave me this really tight, close hug that lasted for quite a long period of time. . . . Then he told me he loved me. I left right after that,” she says.

Liza Campbell:

Campbell, a writer and artist, wrote in The Times of London that in 1995, Weinstein called her out of the blue and invited her to meet with him about potential work in his hotel room. There, she alleges, he asked her to “jump in the bath” with him.

Zoë Brock:

Model Brock said in a Medium blog post that she “was only 23 when[she]I was ‘Harveyed’” in 1997, at the Cannes Film Festival. She claims that Weinstein took her to his suite at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc with a few other people, who eventually left, leaving her alone with the producer. “Harvey left the room, but not for long,” she writes. “He re-emerged naked a couple of minutes later and asked if I would give him a massage. Panicking, in shock, I remember weighing up the options and wondering how much I needed to placate him to keep myself safe. He asked if I would like a massage instead, and for a second I thought this might be a way to give him an inch without him taking a mile.”

Eventually, she says, he dressed, and she left the suite when an assistant arrived. “I’m so sorry,” Brock says the assistant told her. “I want you to know that of all the girls he does this to you are the one I really felt bad about. You deserve better.”

Louise Godbold:

Godbold, who directs a nonprofit, wrote in a blog post that in the early 90s, Weinstein allegedly took her on an “office tour that became an occasion to trap me in an empty meeting room,” before Weinstein asked her for a massage, “his hands on my shoulders as I attempted to beat a retreat . . . all while not wanting to alienate the most powerful man in Hollywood.”


With each new report about Harvey Weinstein's alleged crimes and abuses of power, the list of his accusers continues to grow.

As of today, dozens of women have shared their stories with The New York Times, The New Yorker, Huffington Post, and other outlets, including over twenty who have gone on the record. Many more who spoke to the press chose to remain anonymous. 

The flood of allegations shows no sign of slowing down. Even as we were in the midst of compiling this list, women in Hollywood were going public with their accounts of being harassed by Weinstein.

Here are all the women who have come forward since the Times' initial exposé was published on October 5, with links to their stories. Weinstein has apologized for his behavior but denied accusations of sexual assault through a spokesperson.

Ashley Judd
When the actress arrived at a hotel for what she thought was a business meeting in approximately 1996, she says, “he appeared in a bathrobe and asked if he could give her a massage or she could watch him shower.”

Emily Nestor
On Nestor's second day temping at The Weinstein Company, in 2014, Weinstein invited her to a hotel and, she said, told her that “if she accepted his sexual advances, he would boost her career.”

Laura Madden
The former employee says that “Mr. Weinstein prodded her for massages at hotels in Dublin and London beginning in 1991."

Zelda Perkins
The assistant said she and several other co-workers "had been regularly subjected to inappropriate requests or comments in hotel rooms." In 1998, she threatened to go public or sue Weinstein unless he stopped; a settlement was reached.

Rose McGowan
"An episode in a hotel room during the Sundance Film Festival" led to a $100,000 settlement with the actress in 1997. MacGowan has since revealed that Weinstein raped her.

Ambra Battilana Gutierrez
The model reported Weinstein to the police in 2015, after he "grabbed her breasts after asking if they were real and put his hands up her skirt" during a meeting in his office. Despite her cooperation – including her involvement in an attempted sting that produced a harrowing recording of the producers entreaties – the Manhattan district attorney declined to bring charges.

Jennifer Siebel Newsom
The filmmaker and actress said Weinstein made "aggressive advances" on her, inviting her to his hotel room under a professional pretext.

Zoë Brock
In 1997, Weinstein tricked the model into his hotel room, where he got undressed and asked her for a massage. Brock locked herself into the bathroom. "Harvey chased me, dick, balls and all, and banged on the door with his fists, pleading with me to come out," she said.

Liza Campbell
Campbell was a freelance script-reader for Miramax in 1995 when Weinstein called her to his hotel room to talk business. He got in the tub and said to Campbell, "What do you say we both jump in the bath?"

Louise Godbold
Godbold, who was preyed upon by Weinstein in the early 1990s, described "the office tour that became an occasion to trap me in an empty meeting room, the begging for a massage, his hands on my shoulders as I attempted to beat a retreat… all while not wanting to alienate the most powerful man in Hollywood."

Asia Argento
In 1997, the actress and filmmaker was invited to a nonexistent party in Weinstein's hotel room, where he pressured her into giving him a massage. He then, she told the New Yorker, "pulled her skirt up, forced her legs apart, and performed oral sex on her as she repeatedly told him to stop."

Lucia Evans
In 2004, the former aspiring actress was invited to a meeting at the Miramax office, where, she says, Weinstein "forced me to perform oral sex on him."

Mira Sorvino
Sorvino was in a hotel room with Weinstein in 1995 when she said "he started massaging my shoulders" and "sort of chasing me around." Weeks later, he arrived at her apartment for what he said was a late-night meeting, then left when she lied and said that her boyfriend was on his way.

Rosanna Arquette
Arquette arrived at Weinstein's room to pick up a script in the early 1990s. She told the New York Times he grabbed her hand and put it on his neck, asking for a massage, and then when she pulled it away, grabbed her hand again and tried to put it on his penis.

Emma de Caunes
During the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, Weinstein led the French actress up to his room, under the pretext of retrieving a book he wanted to give her. Once there, she said, he got in the shower, emerged naked, and "demanded that she lie on the bed."

Jessica Barth
The actress went to Weinstein's hotel in 2011 for a meeting, where she said "he alternated between offering to cast her in a film and demanding a naked massage in bed."

Gwyneth Paltrow
Weinstein summoned Paltrow to his hotel suite in the mid-1990s for a work meeting, which, she told the New York Times, "ended with Mr. Weinstein placing his hands on her and suggesting they head to the bedroom for massages."

Judith Godrèche
The French star went to Weinstein's room to discuss marketing. He asked for a massage and "the next thing I know, he’s pressing against me and pulling off my sweater,” she said.

Angelina Jolie
Weinstein "made unwanted advances on her in a hotel room" in 1998.

Katherine Kendall
In 1993, the actress went to Weinstein's home after a meeting, supposedly so he could pick something up. She says he "undressed and chased her around a living room."

Tomi-Ann Roberts
Weinstein invited the aspiring actress to his hotel in 1984 to discuss a film he was making. She says she found him "nude in the bathtub," and he pressured her to get naked too.

Dawn Dunning
The actress (now costume designer) went to Weinstein's hotel in 2003 for a meeting. He offered to cast her in upcoming roles if, she said, she would "have three-way sex with him."

Heather Graham
Weinstein called Graham into his office in the early 2000s, and offered to put her in a movie. "There was no explicit mention that to star in one of those films I had to sleep with him, but the subtext was there," she recalled. Weeks later, he tried to arrange a follow-up meeting, but she declined.

Romola Garai
When Garai was 18 (around 2000), Weinstein had her audition for him in his hotel, while he was wearing only a bathrobe. "I felt violated by it, it has stayed very clearly in my memory,” she said.

Louisette Geiss
During a 2008 meeting with the actress and screenwriter, Weinstein left the room and "returned in a robe with the front open, buck-naked," she said. He got into the hot tub and repeatedly asked her to watch him masturbate.

Lauren Sivan
In a 2007 incident, Weinstein cornered the TV journalist in a restaurant and, she told HuffPost, masturbated in front of her.

Cara Delevingne
Around 2014, Weinstein invited Delevingne to his hotel, where she says he asked her to kiss another woman in the room, and then tried to kiss her himself while blocking the doorway.

Léa Seydoux
The French actress was meeting with Weinstein in a Paris hotel room when an assistant left them alone. “We were talking on the sofa when he suddenly jumped on me and tried to kiss me,” she said. “I had to defend myself. He’s big and fat, so I had to be forceful to resist him."

Sarah Ann Masse
Masse went to Weinstein's home to interview for a job babysitting his children. He greeted her in his underwear, asked her strange questions, and concluded the interview by giving her "this really tight, close hug that lasted quite a long period of time" and telling her he loved her.

Kate Beckinsale
When Beckinsale was 17 (likely around 1990), Weinstein called her to his hotel for a meeting. He appeared in a bathrobe and offered her alcohol. She declined and left. "A few years later he asked me if he had tried anything with me in that first meeting," she said. "I realized he couldn't remember if he had assaulted me or not."

Claire Forlani
The actress had two hotel meetings with Weinstein in the 1990s, during which "massage was suggested," she said. "All I remember was I ducked, dived, and ultimately got out of there without getting slobbered over."

Florence Darel
In 1995, the actress met with Weinstein in a hotel to discuss a possible collaboration. Then, she said, Weinstein propositioned her, saying that "he found me very attractive and wanted to have relations."

Sophie Dix
During a hotel meeting around 1990, Weinstein pushed the actress on the bed and started "tugging at her clothes." She pulled away and hid in the bathroom. When she eventually opened the door to leave, he was "standing there masturbating."

Tara Subkoff
The actress encountered Weinstein at a party in the 1990s. He "grabbed me to sit me on his lap," she said. "It was implied that if I did not comply with doing what he asked me to do that I would not get the role that I had already been informally offered."

Minka Kelly
Kelly met with Weinstein at a hotel restaurant, where, she said, he "regaled me with offers of a lavish life filled with trips around the world on private planes etc. IF I would be his girlfriend." She declined, and he asked her not to tell anyone about their conversation.

Melissa Sagemiller
Weinstein made multiple advances on the actress in 2000. In one instance, he lured her to his hotel room and blocked the doorway until she agreed to kiss him; in another, he had her luggage brought to his private plane so she'd have to ride with him instead of taking her previously booked commercial flight.

Angie Everhart
Over a decade ago, the model had been asleep on a friend's boat when she awoke to find Weinstein standing over her and blocking the exit. He masturbated in front of her.

Mia Kirshner
The actress described "an ordeal in a hotel room where he attempted to treat me like chattel that could be purchased with the promise of work in exchange for being his disposable orifice."

Alice Evans
After rejecting Weinstein in a hotel bar in 2002, the actress wrote, "I was never again considered for a Weinstein film, and neither was [Ioan Gruffud, her then-boyfriend and now-husband]."

Eva Green
"I met him for a business meeting in Paris where he behaved inappropriately and I had to push him off," Green wrote in a statement. "I got away without it going further, but the experience left me shocked and disgusted."

The anonymous women
Again, these are just the women whose names we know. The original  Times story alludes to an unnamed female assistant whom Weinstein pressured into giving him a massage while he was naked. The New Yorker has quotes from an unnamed colleague of Weinstein's, who alleges that he raped her in a hotel room.

There's an anonymous actress who "locked herself in a hotel bathroom" to get away from him, and says that he masturbated in front of her. Another had spoken with The New Yorker, but withdrew her account because, she said, "The legal angle is coming at me and I have no recourse."

And there are allusions to still more victims by employees and colleagues of Weinstein's. Former staffers talk about facilitating these "business meetings" for Weinstein, including some women who acted as "honeypots" to lull Weinstein's victims into a false sense of security. (His ploy was to invite his target to a meeting with a female associate, who would then leave, leaving them alone together.)

The depressing truth is that we'll never know exactly how many women Weinstein harassed, assaulted, raped, or otherwise abused over the past several decades. But so far, it looks like each new voice makes it a little easier for the next one to speak up. And as their numbers grow, their collective stories become harder and harder to ignore.

Many were young, powerless and afraid to speak out in case their careers were ruined.

For nearly three decades their accusations remained bottled up, some silenced by pay-offs.

More than 30 women have now come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, the man once described as 'God' of the film industry.

The accusations, including from some of the world's most famous actresses, range from inappropriate massages to rape.



Here is a list of those who have come forward so far.

Gwyneth Paltrow

The star said that when she was 22, Weinstein touched her and suggested having joint massages in a hotel bedroom before she started shooting the 1996 Jane Austen adaptation Emma. She told the New York Times: 'I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified'.

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Paltrow (pictured with Weinstein in 2002) told the New York Times that when she was 22 Weinstein touched her and suggested having joint massages in the bedroom

Paltrow said she told her then boyfriend Brad Pitt about the incident and he confronted the mogul. She said Weinstein then told her not to tell anyone and she feared getting fired.

Gwyneth Paltrow, 45, is an American actress, singer, and food writer who made her name starring in Seven (1995) and Emma (1996).

Angelina Jolie

The actress told the New York Times she had to turn down advances from Weinstein in 1998 and chose never to work with him again. She said she warned other women about him.

She said: 'I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did.'

Angelina Jolie, 42, is cited as Hollywood's highest-paid actress. She made her screen debut as a child alongside her father, Jon Voight, in Lookin' to Get Out (1982).

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Jolie (pictured speaking ahead of a screening of her new film In the Land of Blood and Honey) told the New York Times she had to turn down advances from Weinstein in 1998

Cara Delevigne

The model wrote on her Instagram page about a meeting with Weinstein in which he 'asked her to kiss another woman.'

She wrote: 'As soon as we were alone he began to brag about all the actresses he had slept with and how he had made their careers and spoke about other inappropriate things of a sexual nature. He then invited me to his room. I quickly declined and asked his assistant if my car was outside. She said it wasn't and wouldn't be for a bit and I should go to his room.

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Delevigne wrote on her Instagram page about a meeting with Weinstein in which he 'asked her to kiss another woman.'

'At that moment I felt very powerless and scared but didn't want to act that way hoping that I was wrong about the situation. When I arrived I was relieved to find another woman in his room and thought immediately I was safe. He asked us to kiss and she began some sort of advances upon his direction.

'I swiftly got up and asked him if he knew that I could sing. And I began to sing....i thought it would make the situation better....more professional....like an audition....i was so nervous. After singing I said again that I had to leave.He walked me to the door and stood in front of it and tried to kiss me on the lips. I stopped him and managed to get out of the room'.

Cara Delevigne, 25, is an English fashion model and actress. She signed with Storm Model Management after leaving school in 2009.

Lea Seydoux

The French actress accused the mogul of jumping on her and trying to kiss her.

She wrote in The Guardian: 'We were talking on the sofa when he suddenly jumped on me and tried to kiss me. I had to defend myself. He’s big and fat, so I had to be forceful to resist him. He tried more than once. This was never going to be about work. He had other intentions – I could see that very clearly. All throughout the evening, he flirted and stared at me as if I was a piece of meat.

The French actress (pictured in Spectre) accused the mogul of jumping on her and trying to kiss her

'It was hard to say no because he’s so powerful. I’m an actress and he’s a producer. We are in the same industry, so its impossible to avoid him. I’ve seen how he operates: the way he looks for an opening. The way he tests women to see what he can get away with. That’s the most disgusting thing. Everyone knew what Harvey was up to and no one did anything. It's unbelievable that he’s been able to act like this for decades and still keep his career.'

Lea Seydoux, 35, starred in Bond film Spectre and was nominated for the César Award for Best Actress for her role as a lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette in the film Farewell, My Queen (2012).

Asia Argento

The Italian actress has accused Weinstein of forcibly performing oral sex on her when she was 21.

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Asia Argento (left with Weinstein during 2004 Cannes Film Festival) accused Weinstein of forcibly performing oral sex on her when she was 21

She told the New Yorker: 'He terrified me, and he was big. It wouldn't stop. It was a nightmare.' She said she went on to have consensual sex with him over the years that followed. She documented the alleged attack in her 2000 film Scarlet Diva.

Asia Argento is an Italian actress, singer, model, and director, best known for the role of Yelena in the action film xXx (2002).

Zoe Brock

Model Zoë Brock was 23 when she allegedly had to lock herself in a hotel bathroom to escape Weinstein's advances.

She told Medium: 'Harvey left the room, but not for long. He re-emerged naked a couple of minutes later and asked if I would give him a massage. Panicking, in shock, I remember weighing up the options and wondering how much I needed to placate him to keep myself safe.

Model Zoë Brock was 23 when she allegedly had to lock herself in a hotel bathroom to escape Weinstein's advances

'I told him I was uncomfortable and that I was angry that I had been tricked into this position. He pleaded with me to let him massage me and I let him put his hands on my shoulders while my mind raced. Harvey chased me, d**k, b**ls and all, and banged on the door with his fists, pleading with me to come out.'

Zoe Brock is a model and actress who was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and raised in Australia.

Louisette Geiss

The actress said she was called to a late night meeting with Weinstein in 2008. He allegedly emerged in a bathrobe and told her he would green light her script if she watched him masterbate. She left the meeting.

Geiss made her accusations in a press conference with high-profile attorney Gloria Allred on October 10.

The star was born in Miami, Florida. She is an actress and producer, best known for Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001).

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Geiss was called to a late night meeting with Weinstein in 2008. He allegedly emerged in a bathrobe

Judith Godreche

The French actress says Weinstein tried to massage her and pull off her sweater after asking her up to his Cannes suite to see the view in 1996, the NYT reported.

Judith Godrèche, 45, is a French actress and author. She has appeared in more than 30 films and will soon star in an HBO comedy about a French woman moving to Los Angeles.

Judith Godreche (pictured at the premiere of Nasty Baby in 2015) says Weinstein tried to massage her and pull off her sweater after asking her up to his Cannes suite to see the view in 1996

Dawn Dunning

The actress says she was called to a meeting about future film projects in 2003 aged 24. When she arrived she says Weinstein presented her with three scripts for his next three movies which he would let her star in, only if she had three-way sex with him. She fled the hotel, she told the NYT.

Dunning is a former actress turned costume designer best known for her role in Alias: The Roughest Cut (2006).

Dawn Dunning (left) says she was ca l led to a meeting about future film projects in 2003 aged 24 when Weinstein asked for a threesome with her

Tomi-Ann Roberts

The aspiring actress was 24 when she met Weinstein while serving tables as a college junior in 1984. She says he told her to meet him at his home. When she arrived, she says, he was naked in the bath and told her she would give a better audition if she was nude. She says she refused and left, reports the NYT.

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Tomi-Ann Roberts was 24 when she met Weinstein while serving tables

Katherine Kendall

The Swingers actress was told Weinstein had to stop off in his apartment to pick something up after a screening in 1993.

He changed into a bathrobe and told her to massage her, she said. When she resisted she said the mogul returned naked and chased her, reports the NYT.

Kendall, 48, is an American actress from Tennessee. She made her name in Doug Liman's Swingers (1996).

Kendall, 48, was told Weinstein had to stop off in his apartment to pick something up after a screening in 1993

Lucia Evans

The actress, formerly known as Lucia Stoller claims Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004.

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Actress Lucia Evans claims Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2004

Speaking to the New Yorker, she said that she suffered years of trauma after the incident which occurred in a 'casting meeting' in a Miramax office in Manhattan. He reportedly called her late at night after the incident.

Mira Sorvino

The Mighty Aphrodite actress told the New Yorker that Weinstein tried to massage her in a hotel room at the 1995 Toronto International Film Festival.

He then went to her home in the middle of the night but she called a male friend to protect her, she claimed. She said turning down the mogul adversely affected her career.

Sorovino, 50, is an American actress who came to prominence after winning the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as a hooker with a heart of gold in Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite (1995).


Mira Sorvino (pictured starring in Intruders in 2014) said Weinstein tried to massage her in a hotel room

Rosanna Arquette

The actress also said her career suffered after she rebuffed Weinstein's advances in the early 1990s. At a hotel meeting he tried to put her hand on his erect penis, she claims in the New Yorker.

Rosanna Arquette, 58, is an American actress, film director, and producer. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for her performance in the 1982 TV film The Executioner's Song.

Rosanna Arquette said her career suffered after she rebuffed Weinstein's advances

Rose McGowan

The actress, who made her breakthrough in 1996 in the Weinstein-produced slasher revival movie Scream, reportedly sued Weinstein after he assaulted her in 1997 at the Sundance Film Festival.

She signed a non-disclosure agreement at the close of the suit and has only referred to him obliquely in social media since. On Sunday she referred to being abused by a 'monster' and has previously referred to being raped by a studio head.

Producer Harvey Weinstein (left) and actress Rose McGowan arrive to the premiere of "Grindhouse" at the Orpheum Theatre on March 26, 2007 in Los Angeles

Ashley Judd

Judd says that during filming for 1997 thriller Kiss the Girls Weinstein repeatedly asked her to watch him shower.

She was one of the women who spoke out to The New York Times this week, saying: 'Women have been talking about Harvey amongst ourselves for a long time, and it's simply beyond time to have the conversation publicly.'

Judd says that during filming for 1997 thriller Kiss the Girls Weinstein repeatedly asked her to watch him shower

Emma De Caunes

French actress Emma de Caunes said that she met Weinstein in 2010. Soon after he told her he had a script he was producing based on a book with a strong female character. Weinstein offered to show her the script, and asked her up to his room at the Ritz in Paris, where he began to take a shower.

He then emerged naked and with an erection, asking her to lay down with him on the bed and telling her that many had done so before, she told the New Yorker. 'I was very petrified,' said de Caunes. 'But I didn’t want to show him that I was petrified, because I could feel that the more I was freaking out, the more he was excited.'

French actress Emma de Caunes said that she met Weinstein in 2010 and he invited her to his room

Lauren O'Connor

The former creative executive at The Weinstein Company, told executives there in the fall of 2015 that there was 'a toxic environment for women at this company' after one of her colleagues told her that Weinstein had pressured her into massaging him while he was naked, the NYT reported.

Lauren O'Connor, former creative executive at The Weinstein Company, told executives there in the fall of 2015 that there was 'a toxic environment for women at this company'

Ambra Battilana

The Italian actress and model, 24, told the NYT that in March 2015 Weinstein invited her to his New York office. There, she said, he asked if her breasts were real before grabbing them and putting his hands up her skirt. She reported the alleged incident to police, but they did not press charges. According to the NYT, Weinstein later paid her off.

Italian actress and model Ambra Battilana, 24, alleges that Weinstein grabbed her breasts and put his hand up her skirt

Jessica Barth

Weinstein reportedly pressured Jessica Barth (pictured) to give him a naked massage

Weinstein reportedly pressured the actress to give him a naked massage in the Peninsula Hotel in 2011.

Jessica Barth, 39, is an American stage and film actress, known for portraying Tami-Lynn McCaferty in the film Ted and its sequel.

Laura Madden

A former production assistant and the Weinstein company, she told the NYT that Weinstein had asked her to give him massages from 1991 onwards, while they were both in London and Dublin. 'It was so manipulative,' she told the NYT. 'You constantly question yourself - am I the one who is the problem?' Weinstein denied knowledge.

Emily Nestor

Nestor was a temporary employee of the Weinstein Company for just one day in 2014 when Weinstein approached her and offered to boost her career in exchange for sex, the NYT reported.

Zelda Perkins

Perkins was an assistant of Weinstein's based in London. Aged 25 in 1998, she reportedly confronted Weinstein after she and 'several' others were harassed and later settled out of court.

She said she was subjected to inappropriate requests or comments in hotel rooms.

Zelda Perkins reportedly confronted Weinstein after she and 'several' others were harassed and later settled out of court

Elizabeth Karlsen

Produced Karlsen told The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday that almost 30 years ago an unnamed young female executive who had worked at Miramax with Weinstein had found him naked in her bedroom one night. The exec was in a house rented by Miramax at the time to cut its overheads.

Karlsen, 57, is the Oscar-nominated British producer of Carol and The Crying Game.

Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale claimed Thursday that Harvey Weinstein came onto her

The Underworld actress, 44, said in an Instagram post on Thursday that the movie mogul came onto her when she was just a 17-year-old ingénue.

Like many of his alleged victims, Beckinsale says Weinstein tried to assault her during a hotel room meeting early on in her career.

'I was called to meet Harvey Weinstein at the Savoy Hotel when I was 17. I assumed it would be in a conference room which was very common. When I arrived, reception told me to go to his room.

'He opened the door in his bathrobe. I was incredibly naive and young and it did not cross my mind that this older, unattractive man would expect me to have any sexual interest in him. After declining alcohol and announcing that I had school in the morning I left, uneasy but unscathed,' Beckinsale wrote.

Liza Campbell

A freelance script reader, she told the UK's Sunday Times that Weinstein had summoned her to his hotel room in London before telling her to get in the bath with him.

Campbell, 58, is an artist, calligrapher, columnist and writer, born in the north of Scotland and currently living in London, England.

Campbell, 58, (pictured in 2004) said that Weinstein had summoned her to his hotel room in London

Lauren Sivan

The former Fox news host said that Weinstein trapped her in a closed restaurant and masturbated in front of her to completion in 2007.

He allegedly took her to a closed restaurant beneath a club she had visited and attempted to kiss her, then when she refused he cornered her and made her watch him touch himself, according to The Huffington Post.

Sivan is now a TV reporter in Los Angeles and was a local journalist in New York 10 years ago when her encounter with Weinstein allegedly occurred.

Former Fox news host Lauren Sivan said that Weinstein trapped her in a closed restaurant and masturbated in front of her to completion in 2007

Jessica Hynes

Hynes said she was invited to audition for Weinstein when she was 19 - in a bikini. She said she refused to wear the skimpy item - and lost the job.

British actress Hynes, 44, formally known as Jessica Stevenson, is best known for her roles in the Bridget Jones movies and for co-creating and co-writing the sitcom Spaced.

Jessica Hynes said she was invited to audition for Weinstein when she was 19 - in a bikini. She said she refused to wear the skimpy item - and lost the job

Romola Garai

British actress Romola Garai said she felt 'violated' following a meeting with Harvey Weinstein in his London hotel room when she was 18 in which he was in a bathrobe.

Garai, best known for her role in Atonement, said she had already been hired for a part but was told to audition privately with the Hollywood mogul because 'you had to be personally approved by him'.

'Like every other woman in the industry, I've had an 'audition' with Harvey Weinstein,' she told The Guardian. 'So I had to go to his hotel room in the Savoy and he answered the door in his bathrobe. I was only 18. I felt violated by it'.

Garai, 35, is an English actress, writer, and director. She is known for appearing in the films Amazing Grace, Atonement, and Glorious 39.

British actress Romola Garai said she felt 'violated' following a meeting with Harvey Weinstein in his London hotel room when she was 18

Florence Darel

French actress Florence Darel has claimed that she was harassed by the producer in 1993.

Darel, 49, who first came to notice in Eric Rohmer's 'A Tale of Springtime' in 1990, told French media that Weinstein had promised to help make her big in America if she became his 'part-time' mistress.

She said she first had to beat off his advances after Weinstein's company Miramax bought the 1993 fashion industry comedy 'A la mode' in which she appeared.



Actress Florence Darel, 49, revealed on Thursday to French media that movie mogul Harvey Weinstein had promised to help make her big in America if she became his 'part-time' mistress

Unnamed assistant

Weinstein allegedly behaved inappropriately toward a woman employed as his assistant in 1990. The case was settled out of court.

Another unnamed assistant

In 2015, Weinstein reportedly pressured another assistant into giving him a naked massage in the Peninsula Hotel, where he is also said to have pressured Barth.

Unnamed Miramax employee

At one point in the early 1990s, a young woman is alleged to have suddenly left the company after an encounter with Weinstein. She also settled out of court.

Unnamed woman

A woman who did not wish to be named because she feared Weinstein's connections told The New York Times that the producer had summoned her to his hotel at an unknown date and raped her. Weinstein denies any non-consensual sex.