Uma Thurman Lashes Out At Harvey Weinstein And Says He "Doesn't Deserve A Bullet"

Uma Thurman Lashes Out At Harvey Weinstein And Says He "Doesn't Deserve A Bullet"
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Uma Thurman celebrated her Thanksgiving this year with gratitude in several forms. Not only is she enjoying the usual holiday festivity, but she also expressed a sense of satisfaction due to the downfall of disgraced producer, Harvey Weinstein.

Uma has shared many credits with Weinstein including films like Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol. 1, and Kill Bill Vol. 2. After the first set of allegations hit Weinstein, Access Hollywood spoke to the actress on her thoughts regarding the now-infamous scandal.

Thurman said she doesn't have "a tidy soundbite for you," because she's learned from experience that it's better not to speak out when angry.

She added, "I've learned that when I've spoken in anger, I usually regret the way I express myself." She stated, "when I'm ready, I'll say what I have to say."

Today, Thursday, November 23rd, Uma shared a photo of herself as Beatrix Kiddo from the Kill Bill films and wished her Instagram followers a Happy Thanksgiving.

She wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving and wrote alongside her wishes, "Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators. I'm glad it's going slowly. You don't deserve a bullet."

Additionally, the actress said, "stay tuned," as if she would have more to reveal in the future. Currently, Uma is most likely too busy for commenting on the latest media highlights, as the actress finds herself making her Broadway debut with The Parisian Woman.

Regarding Weinstein's predicament, the producer went to a treatment facility in Arizona after a gigantic list of women accused him of assault, harassment, rape, and coercion.

Women such as Rose McGowan, Paz De La Huerta, Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow have all accused Harvey of egregious crimes. In response to the allegations, Harvey and his representatives "unequivocally denied" all of the accusations outright and believes all of the relationships were "consensual" and not forced.

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