"When I was 23, a casting director, a woman, said, 'Well, Steven Seagal wants to go over the scene with you in his hotel room at 10 o'clock at night.' And I lived in Brooklyn, and I said, 'Oh, I don't do that".
Later in the same Sirius XM radio show, Margulies said she went to meet Harvey at his hotel room once in the past, and when she arrived, he had lit candles as if they were going to have dinner together. "I don't travel. I don't have money for a cab.' And I didn't", Julianna said. And he was, alone. And he made sure that I saw his gun'. It's a long story ... but I never was raped, and I never was harmed, and I don't know how I got out of that hotel room. "I sorta screamed my way out", Margulies told Hutt.
Shaken by the encounter, a far more wary Margulies recounted a 1996 encounter with Weinstein.
She was told she would "absolutely get a screen test" if she met with one of the film's producers, Harvey Weinstein.
His assistant told Julianna that she would accompany her to the meeting.
Julianna Margulies recalled her distressing encounter with Steven Seagal.
She claimed that Weinstein "opened the door" wearing nothing but a bathrobe.
However, she went to meet him with her assistant, and when Harvey saw her with another person, he slammed the door in her face and said "goodbye". And so, I turned to see what she had done to deserve that, and I caught her in a shrug - like, 'What could I do?' And he looked at me, furious, and he took the door and he said, "Just wanted to say good audition".
And while she did not delve into exactly what happened in the room, she said, I got out of there unscathed.
Margulies appeared on Just Jenny on Friday morning to speak out about her alleged harassers.
The revelations come at the same time it was reported police were monitoring the movie mogul's movements for fear he may try to leave the country.
However, actresses at the beginning of their careers might not posses the financial security or job prospects to be able to do that.
The reference concerns the Oscar-winning director's decision to leave the U.S. for France in 1977 after he was charged with raping a 13-year-old girl.