Harvey Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on an aspiring production worker while she was on her period, the alleged victim has claimed in the latest allegation against the disgraced movie mogul.
Mimi Haleyi claims that she was visiting Weinstein at his New York City loft back in 2006 when the 65-year-old executive forced himself on her.
Mimi Haleyi is on a list of people that NY officials are seeking to speak with in the ongoing investigation into allegations against Weinstein, according to law enforcement sources.
It says Weinstein then performed a sexual act in front of her "until he reached orgasm".
Haleyi said she first met Weinstein at the London premiere of The Aviator in 2004.
Herman, a Florida attorney who has successfully pursued clergy sexual abuse cases, was forced to apologize to two entertainment industry figures he sued in 2015 on behalf of a man who alleged they abused him while he was underage. She declined again but later accepted an invitation to his SoHo home, wanting to "maintain a good relationship with him" as an important person in the entertainment business. But a meeting at his hotel room to discuss potential opportunities turned uncomfortable when he asked her for a massage, she claimed. "I had never worked with Harvey Weinstein, and I was absolutely devastated by this news".
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The letter also calls out those who witness sexual harassment and do nothing, dismissing it as "locker room talk" and encouraging other women to "smile and shrug it off" because that's what's needed to get ahead.
More than half a dozen women have accused Weinstein of sexual assault or rape and more than 50 women have publicly detailed a range of inappropriate behavior by the mogul.
The actress alleges Weinstein asked if she had ever had a boob job and to show him her breasts. "So within those groups, definitely we shared our horror and just commitment to one another to do whatever we can to make sure that people are outed and that there is justice".
She's also finding solace in other women.
"Based on what I know now, I believe that I participated in making what I now know to be untrue and provably false allegations against you", Herman wrote in a letter to Ancier and Neuman. "I grabbed his hand and squeezed it violently to hurt him and proceeded to hold it in place on his own thigh".
Meanwhile, Ashley Judd, whose accusations against Weinstein were among the first to be made public in reports by The New York Times and The New Yorker three weeks ago, will make her TV debut talking about the scandal on Thursday in an interview with Diane Sawyer that will air throughout the day on the network's various news shows. "It's time for him to take meaningful actions".