Harvey Weinstein Denies Uma Thurman Allegations
Celebrity Insider reported this week that Uma Thurman came out with a unique set of allegations against Harvey Weinstein. As you may know, Uma and Harvey have worked together on many films, including Quentin Tarantino's movie, Kill Bill Volume 1 and Volume 2.
Harvey is currently seeking therapy for the plethora of accusations including most famously, those levied by Rose McGowan and Asia Argento, both who claim Harvey raped them.
Last October, Uma said she would come out with her own story against Harvey when she was "less angry."
In November of last year, she took to Instagram to say she was glad Harvey and his "wicked conspirators'" pain was "going slowly," and that they didn't "deserve a bullet."
On Saturday, Uma revealed in an interview with The New York Times that Weinstein allegedly attacked her more than ten years ago at his suite at the Savoy Hotel in London.
Uma said he "pushed her down," tried to "shove himself" on her and "tried to expose himself." Additionally, the Kill Bill actress charges him with attempting to do "all kinds of unpleasant things."
However, Thurman said he didn't do it with force, "he didn't put his back into it." Months after the allegations from other women came out, Harvey denied all encounters of non-consensual sex and apologized for his past behavior toward colleagues.
In a surprising statement, Harvey admitted he "made an awkward pass" toward her twenty five years ago after "misreading her signals."
But, the disgraced producer added her claims of "physical assault" are simply untrue.
His representative said it's the first time he's ever heard those details, and wonders why she chose to tell her story after all of these years considering they've had a working relationship for such a long time.