"I love you, my handsome friend", the Spanish actress wrote on Instagram with an excerpt from the op-ed Hayek wrote. Her account largely centered around the time she was involved with making the 2002 film, "Frida", in which she portrayed Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. But she said that the movie mogul would turn up at her door "at all hours of the night, hotel after hotel, location after location". No to letting him watch me take a shower.
"In his eyes, I was not an artist", Hayek wrote. "I had brainwashed myself into thinking that it was over and that I had survived; I hid from the responsibility to speak out with the excuse that enough people were already involved in shining a light on my monster". "Last year, she sent a personal invitation to Mr. Weinstein to see her in her Broadway show Eclipsed". No to letting him give me oral sex. "I had to take a tranquilizer, which eventually stopped the crying but made the vomiting worse".
"This time, it was clear to me he would never let me finish this movie without him having his fantasy one way or another".
"Until there is equality in our industry, with men and women having the same value in every aspect of it, our community will continue to be a fertile ground for predators", she said. No to me getting naked with another woman.
"That was so moving, that op-ed she wrote, and it really goes to show its so important what is happening right now with all these women coming forward and talking about their stories and talking about the walls that they faced in their industry", Jessica said.
"I hope that adding my voice to the chorus of those who are finally speaking out will shed light on why it is so hard, and why so many of us have waited so long", Hayek wrote. I wasn't even a person.
"Halfway through shooting, Harvey turned up on set and complained about Frida's 'unibrow.' He insisted that I eliminate the limp and berated my performance. But I could not tell them then". He told me that the only thing I had going for me was my sex appeal and that there was none of that in this movie. The rep also said that other investors preferred that Jennifer Lopez, "who at the time was a bigger star", play Frida but that Weinstein overruled them and backed Hayek as the lead.
Hayek wrote that she ended up giving into one of Weinstein's demands, which was that Miramax would make the film if she agreed do a sex scene with another woman that included "full-frontal nudity".
"Mr. Weinstein does not recall pressuring Salma to do a gratuitous sex scene with a female costar and he was not there for the filming", said the spokesperson in a statement to Us Weekly.
"All of the sexual allegations as portrayed by Salma are not accurate and others who witnessed the events have a different account of what transpired", said the statement.