Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie are the latest in a long line of women to accuse film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.
Only days after the New York Times dropped a bombshell report detailing over three decades worth of allegations of sexual harassment made against Weinstein, the paper published another piece featuring the first hand accounts of women who have accused the producer of misconduct or worse. Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Rosanna Arquette and others shared their stories with the New York Times.
Paltrow was only 22 when she was hired by Weinstein to play the title role in the film adaptation of Jane Austin's Emma, the Times reports. Before filming, Paltrow claims that Weinstein invited her to his hotel suite, put his hands on her, and suggested they massage one another. She refused his advances and confided in her then-boyfriend, Brad Pitt. After Pitt confronted Weinstein, the producer threatened her not to tell anyone else about the encounter, Paltrow told the Times.