Numerous actresses, colleagues and former employees have come forward with sexual harassment and assault claims against Harvey Weinstein, whose legal team asserts, “Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied.” But the disgraced movie mogul has been fired from The Weinstein Company, the Motion Picture Academy and Producers Guild have expelled him, and new stories continue to roll in by the day. Here is an exhaustive list of all those who have accused him.
Judd’s recollection of a meeting with Weinstein “two decades ago” was the first account of sexual misconduct revealed in the Oct. 5 The New York Times story. She told of an invitation to Weinstein’s room in the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for what she believed was a breakfast meeting, only for him to appear in a bathrobe and ask if she would give him a massage. “I said no, a lot of ways, a lot of times, and he always came back at me with some new ask,” Judd told the Times. “It was all this bargaining, this coercive bargaining.”
Former Weinstein Company employee Emily Nestor
Nestor was a temporary employee in 2014 who had just worked with The Weinstein Company for one day. According to her account in The New York Times, Weinstein offered her a career boost in exchange for accepting his sexual advances and claimed he boasted about his encounters with other actresses.
Unnamed female assistant
The Times obtained a memo written by a TWC employee named Lauren O’Connor that said in 2015 Weinstein pressured an unnamed female assistant to give him a massage while he was naked, leaving her “crying and distraught.”
The New York Times followed up their initial report on Oct. 10 with additional accounts including Gwyneth Paltrow, who said that shortly after she had been cast in the film “Emma,” Weinstein placed his hands on her and suggested they head to his bedroom for a massage. Paltrow had told her then boyfriend, Brad Pitt, who confronted the producer. Paltrow said that Weinstein later warned her not to tell anyone about his come-on.
Arquette was asked to Weinstein’s hotel room in the early ’90s, according to the Times. She said that Weinstein asked her to his hotel room to pick up a script. When she arrived, he was in a bathrobe and complained about neck pain. He grabbed her hand and attempted to pull it toward his crotch, which she immediately pulled away.
French actress Judith Godrèche
Weinstein and Miramax acquired the 1994 film “Ridicule” starring Godrèche at the Cannes Film Festival. She said that in his hotel room, Weinstein was “pressing against me and pulling off my sweater.” She told the Times she was later told by a Miramax executive not to say anything.
Jolie told The New York Times in an email that in the late ’90s, “I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did,” Jolie said. “This behavior towards women in any field, any country is unacceptable.”
Long Island TV reporter Lauren Sivan
Sivan told The Huffington Post that a decade ago, Weinstein trapped her in the hallway of a restaurant. She said that he tried to kiss her and when she refused by saying she had a boyfriend, Weinstein responded, “Well, can you just stand there and shut up?” He then exposed himself and masturbated in front of her until he ejaculated into a potted plant.
Aspiring actress Tomi-Ann Roberts
Weinstein appeared nude in a bathtub in front of aspiring actress Tomi-Ann Roberts, then a 20-year-old college junior. She recalled to the Times that he asked her to also undress, saying that if she was unable to bare her breasts in private, she wouldn’t be able to do it on film.
Actress Katherine Kendall
Kendall said that Weinstein asked her to his apartment after a screening to pick something up. She said that Weinstein appeared in his robe and asked her for a massage. After she refused, he left the room and returned nude. “He literally chased me,” she told the Times. “He wouldn’t let me pass him to get to the door,” adding that he tried bargaining with her to show her breasts.
Costume designer and actress Dawn Dunning
Dunning told the Times that in 2003, a bathrobe-clad Weinstein presented her with contracts to appear in his next three films on the condition that she have three-way sex with him. She said that when she laughed, assuming he was joking, he angrily told her, “You’ll never make it in this business.”
According to the Times, in 1997, Rose McGowan and Weinstein reached a settlement for $100,000 following an “episode in a hotel room.” McGowan has since come out on Twitter claiming she told Amazon’s Jeff Bezos that Weinstein had raped her. McGowan also told The New York Times that she was offered $1 million by The Weinstein Company to sign a nondisclosure agreement. “I figured I could probably have gotten him up to three,” McGowan said. “But I was like — ew, gross, you’re disgusting, I don’t want your money, that would make me feel disgusting.”
Actress and director Asia Argento
Italian director and actress Asia Argento told Ronan Farrow in the New Yorker that in 1997, after agreeing to give Weinstein a massage in his hotel room, “he pulled her skirt up, forced her legs apart, and performed oral sex on her as she repeatedly told him to stop.” She described the incident as a “horrible trauma.”
Aspiring actress Lucia Stoller (now Lucia Evans)
Evans accused Weinstein in 2004 of forcing her to perform oral sex on him, according to the New Yorker. She described Weinstein’s control and his presence as “intimidating,” offering her compliments and saying she’d be great for “Project Runway,” but only if she lost weight. “He’s a big guy. He overpowered me,” Evans said. “I just sort of gave up. That’s the most horrible part of it, and that’s why he’s been able to do this for so long to so many women: people give up, and then they feel like it’s their fault.”
Filipina-Italian model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez
The New Yorker obtained an audio excerpt of Weinstein admitting to groping model Gutierrez. In the clip, he brags about other actresses he has helped and offers Gutierrez a dialect coach to advance her career. When she asks why he groped her breast the day earlier, he says, “I’m used to that.” He also plead with Gutierrez to accompany him to his room, which she said no to more than ten times.
Sorvino said she fought off Weinstein’s advances when he tried to get physical while promoting “Mighty Aphrodite,” which he produced and she won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. She told the New Yorker she didn’t come forward earlier because she described her account as “mild” compared to other women.
French actress Emma de Caunes
Emma de Caunes said that following a 2010 party she was invited to Weinstein’s room, where he was taking a shower. He then appeared naked in front of her with an erection and demanded she lie on the bed. “It was like a hunter with a wild animal. The fear turns him on,” de Caunes told the New Yorker. She added that she’s heard similar accounts about Weinstein from friends over the years. “I know that everybody — I mean everybody – in Hollywood knows that it’s happening.”
Actress Minka Kelly shared her awkward encounter with Weinstein on Instagram, writing that after meeting him at an industry party, they met for lunch. He bragged he could lavish her with gifts and luxurious travel, “IF I would be his girlfriend.” Kelly recalled Weinstein saying, “I know you were feeling what I was feeling when we met the other night.”
Actress Angie Everhart
“Last Action Hero” star Angie Everhart said Weinstein once entered her bedroom, dropped his pants, masturbated while blocking the door, and then ejaculated on the carpet. Everhart told a morning radio show on 95.5 KLOS that the incident occurred on a boat at the Venice Film Festival. She told everyone on the boat but said no one wanted to say anything, “because everyone was terrified of Harvey.”
Sundance Filmmaker Louisette Geiss
Geiss streamed a press conference to Facebook Live from attorney Gloria Allred’s office in Beverly Hills. She said that at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, Weinstein grabbed her by the arm and pleaded for her to watch him masturbate.
Actress Heather Graham wrote in a guest column for Variety that Weinstein implied she would need to have sex with him if she wanted to star in one of his movies. “He mentioned that he had an agreement with his wife. He could sleep with whomever he wanted when he was out of town,” Graham wrote. “I walked out of the meeting feeling uneasy. There was no explicit mention that to star in one of those films I had to sleep with him, but the subtext was there.”
Model Cara Delevingne posted on Instagram that she had received a call from Weinstein “asking if I had slept with any of the women I had been seen with in the media.” She described the call as uncomfortable and was told by Weinstein that if she was gay, she would never receive a role as a straight woman in Hollywood.
Seydoux wrote in The Guardian that Weinstein jumped on top of her and attempted to kiss her. “I had to defend myself. He’s big and fat, so I had to be forceful to resist him. I left his room, thoroughly disgusted,” she wrote, adding, “I’ve seen how he operates: the way he looks for an opening. The way he tests women to see what he can get away with.”
British Lysette Anthony
In the Sunday Times, British actress Lysette Anthony said Weinstein arrived at her home, pushed her inside and “raped me in my own hallway.” Anthony added that she finally reported the rape to police earlier in October.
Former Miramax employee Zelda Perkins
According to colleagues, in 1998 Zelda Perkins, a former assistant, confronted Weinstein about his treatment of herself and other women in the office after being regularly subjected to inappropriate comments and requests in hotel rooms. Perkins declined to comment to The New York Times about her work at Miramax but later broke her non-disclosure agreement to speak out about it.
Actress Jessica Barth
Actress Jessica Barth met Weinstein at a Golden Globes party and was asked to his hotel room to “talk career stuff.” She told the New Yorker that once there, Weinstein asked her, “So, what would happen if, say, we’re having some champagne and I take my clothes off and you give me a massage?” After she rejected him, she said that Weinstein told her she needed to lose weight if she were to compete with Mila Kunis.
Actress Romola Garai
Garai was just 18 when she said she had an “audition” for Weinstein that she described as “an abuse of power.” Garai told The Guardian that Weinstein consistently puts women into “humiliating situations” to prove “he had the power to do it.”
Actress Melissa Sagemiller
Sagemiller told the Huffington Post that she had three separate lewd encounters with Weinstein, including being forced to kiss him in order to leave a hotel room where he was blocking the door.
Author Liza Campbell
The British writer told The Sunday Times that in 1995, she was working as a freelance script-reader for Weinstein’s Miramax, when they met at his hotel room and he tried to persuade her to take a bath with him. Campbell said that the producer asked her, “Come on, it’ll be fun. We can drink champagne. You can soap me — whaddaya say?”
British actress Jessica Hynes
Hynes wrote in Radio Times that she hopes the revelations surfacing about Weinstein are “a watershed” moment. “As a tsunami of sleaze wipes out the career of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, I, for one, am not surprised,” she wrote. “Not surprised to hear that a man who once asked me to audition in a bikini should be exposed as a serial sexual predator.”
Non-profit executive Louise Godbold
The co-director of the Los Angeles-based non-profit organization, Echo Parenting & Education, wrote in a blog post that she now knows her encounter with Weinstein was not unique: “The office tour that became an occasion to trap me in an empty meeting room, the begging for a massage, his hands on my shoulders as I attempted to beat a retreat… all while not wanting to alienate the most powerful man in Hollywood.”
Model Zoe Brock
Brock wrote in a blog post on Medium that she was “Harveyed” in 1997, causing her to lock herself in his hotel bathroom after he took off his clothes. “Harvey chased me, dick, balls and all, and banged on the door with his fists, pleading with me to come out,” she wrote.
Actress Kate Beckinsale said in a post on Instagram that she was 17 when Weinstein asked if she had any sexual interest in him and offered her alcohol. “I realized he couldn’t remember if he had assaulted me or not,” Beckinsale wrote. “I had what I thought were boundaries – I said no to him professionally many times over the years-some of which ended up with him screaming at me calling me a c— and making threats.”
Actress Claire Forlani
Forlani posted a statement on Twitter saying that she had avoided five separate awkward encounters with Weinstein back in 1997. “All I remember is I ducked, dived and ultimately got out of there without getting slobbered over,” she wrote.
Actress Sophie Dix
Dix told the New Yorker she locked herself in a hotel bathroom to escape Weinstein, and that he had masturbated in front of her. “She said it was “a classic case” of “someone not understanding the word ‘no.’ … I must have said no a thousand times.”
French actress Florence Darel
Darel met Weinstein in 1994, at which time she said he communicated that he wanted her to “be his mistress a few days a year, so we could work together.” She told Le Parisien, “There are no safeguards because there is this kind of unspoken saying: ‘If you want to do this job, you have to sleep from time to time.'”
Fashion designer Tara Subkoff
Subkoff said she left acting to pursue a career in fashion design following her bad encounter with Harvey Weinstein. She told Variety that Weinstein asked for her to sit on his lap, and he got an erection. After rejecting his advances, she added that a role she was informally offered in one of his films was given to someone else and she was blacklisted from acting.
Actress and comedian Sarah Anne Masse
Masse told Variety she met Weinstein for what she thought was a job interview to be a nanny for the mogul’s three children from his first marriage to Eve Chilton, but was met by him in his boxer shorts and an undershirt. He asked if she would ever flirt to get ahead in the industry and gave her a “really tight, close hug that lasted for quite a long period of time.”
Model Trish Goff
Goff told The New York Times that she received an invitation to meet with Weinstein shortly after a cocktail party at Vogue editor Anna Wintour’s house in 2003. Goff said Weinstein asked inappropriate questions about her relationships, then he began “groping me, grabbing my breasts, grabbing my face and trying to kiss me. I kept saying, ‘Please stop, please stop, but he didn’t until I managed to get back into the public space,” she said.
Canadian actress Mia Kirshner
Kirshner said she was “not protected” from Weinstein after an encounter with him in his hotel room. She wrote for The Globe and Mail that Weinstein, “attempted to treat me like chattel that could be purchased with the promise of work in exchange for being his disposable orifice.”
Actress Eva Green said she met Weinstein for a business meeting and “had to push him off,” leaving her feeling “shocked and disgusted” at the encounter. In a statement acquired by Variety, Green said this behavior is “unacceptable and needs to be eliminated.”
Former production assistant intern Paula Wachowiak
Wachowiak, now 62, told The Buffalo News that she was offered a production assistant job in 1980 on one of Weinstein’s first films. She said she was called to Weinstein’s hotel room, where she found him behind the door barely covered by just a hand towel. He then dropped the towel and asked for her to give him a massage. Later during the filming, she said Weinstein asked her if seeing him naked was “the highlight of your internship?”
Director Lina Esco
In 2010, Esco and Weinstein dined together and kept pressing her for a kiss. “He tried to insinuate that everything would be easier for me if I went along,” Esco said according to the Washington Post. Four years later, Esco gave Weinstein a “very special thanks to” credit on her feminist film “Free the Nipple.”
Actress Chelsea Skidmore
Aspiring actress Chelsea Skidmore told the Washington Post she had four encounters with Weinstein, the first in 2013 when Weinstein exposed himself to her and tried to coerce her to get physical with other women. Skidmore said one of these women told her, “Oh, but he’s helped out so many girls.” After masturbating in front of her, Skidmore said Weinstein then “nonchalantly” said that he’d like her to write a pilot for him.
“Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey posted in a series of tweets that Weinstein made “some suggestive comment, a gesture.” She “just laughed it off” upon their first meeting at the Venice Film Festival in 2005 for a screening of “The Brothers Grimm,” she said. Years later in Los Angeles, she described an encounter with Weinstein during which “my whole body went into high alert,” telling Weinstein she wasn’t interested in “anything other than work” as he pressed her back, directing her to his hotel room. Headey said Weinstein became “furious,” grabbed her by the arm and told her not to repeat the incident to anyone.
Actress Lauren Holly
Actress Lauren Holly said she had meeting with Weinstein in the late 1990s that was very professional up until when he excused himself and returned to his hotel room in a bathrobe. Holly then said Weinstein dropped his robe and asked if she wanted a massage. “He told me I would make a bad decision if I got out of there, that it would be bad for me, bad for my career, that I needed to keep him as my ally,” Holly told the daytime talk show “The Social.” “I pushed him and ran.”
Actress Alice Evans
Actress Alice Evans wrote in an essay in The Telegraph that she refused to go into a hotel bathroom with Weinstein and believes it may have impacted her career and that of her then boyfriend Ioan Gruffuld. “Just go. I’m right behind you. I want to touch your tits. Kiss you a little,” Evans recalled Weinstein saying in 2002 at Cannes.
Actress Marisa Coughlan
Actress Marisa Coughlan told The Hollywood Reporter that she described her encounter with Weinstein as “transactional.” “He wanted to barter movie roles for sex,” Coughlan said. She describes that in 1999, Weinstein asked Coughlan if she would agree to be one of his “special friends” and give each other massages. She declined his advances and said she wanted to keep their relationship professional.
Former employee Laura Madden
In New York Times reporting, former employee Laura Madden said that beginning in 1991 Weinstein prodded her for massages at hotels in Dublin and London. “You constantly question yourself — am I the one who is the problem?”
Russian TV hostess and executive Katya Mtsitouridze
Katya Mtsitouridze, a Russian TV personality and head of the film promotional body Roskino, told The Hollywood Reporter that over the course of a decade beginning in 2003, Weinstein pressed her for personal meetings. She said that in 2004 at the Venice Film Festival, Weinstein appeared before her in a bathrobe in a hotel room. “He tried to show me his stomach,” Mtsitouridze said. “I was disgusted.”
Actress Amber Anderson
Actress Amber Anderson wrote on her Instagram that in 2013 when she was only 20 years old she was “coerced” into a private meeting with Weinstein. “He behaved inappropriately and propositioned a ‘personal’ relationship to further my career while bragging about other actresses he had ‘helped’ in a similar way,” Anderson wrote. She added that Weinstein tried to take her hand and put it in his lap, at which point she left the room.
Vietnamese model and actress Vu Thu Phuong
Vietnamese model and actress Vu Thu Phuong wrote in a Facebook post that in 2008 she had been offered a role in a Weinstein production of a film called “Shanghai,” but that she eventually gave up her “American dream” because of her interaction with Weinstein. As translated in Saigoneer, Phuong wrote that her role in the film was reduced because of her poor English. She said Weinstein requested a meeting and then appeared before her with just a towel around his waist, offering to help her learn English. “I was thinking at the moment that if he were to rape me or kill me, would anybody find out and stop him?” Phuong wrote.
Canadian actress Larissa Gomes
Actress Larissa Gomes told the L.A. Times in an email that 17 years ago she met Weinstein for a breakfast meeting at his hotel, where he asked her to lie on his bed with him and take her shirt off so he could see her breasts. Gomes said Weinstein then followed her in his bathrobe and began massaging her shoulders despite her asking him to stop. “He would not stop. He just kept pushing his hands close to my chest forcefully until I finally was able to get up and away from him,” Gomes wrote.
Massage therapist Juls Bindi
In 2010, Weinstein set up an appointment with massage therapist Juls Bindi and offered her a book deal to write about her massage therapy. Bindi told “20/20” that at one point during their session, Weinstein asked her, “How big is my penis?” Bindi then said he masturbated in front of her and, “grabbed me and started groping on my chest.” “Do you want the book deal or not,” Bindi said Weinstein asked her.
Model Paula Williams
Model Paula Williams, then 20, told “20/20” Weinstein invited her to a dinner party back in 1990, but when she arrived at his home, she was there with only Weinstein. She said “he immediately starts massaging my neck,” opened a bottle of champagne, and exposed himself to her. Williams then escaped by running through backyards in high heels and climbing over fences.
Unnamed Italian Model
The LAPD has a sexual assault investigation open surrounding an unnamed Italian model who in 2013 reportedly met with Weinstein at a hotel, according to the LA Times. The accuser told investigators Weinstein, “bullied his way in my hotel room, saying ‘I’m not going to (have sex with) you, I just want to talk,” according to NBC News. Once inside, he “forced me to do something I did not want to do,” she told detectives. “He then dragged me to the bathroom and forcibly raped me.”
Actress Lupita Nyong’o
Lupita Nyong’o shared her own uncomfortable encounter with Weinstein in an essay with the New York Times. Nyong’o first met Weinstein in 2011 while still a student at the Yale School of Drama. Nyong’o was invited to a screening of a film at Weinstein’s house, but was invited into his bedroom while others were watching the film. Nyong’o wrote that Weinstein offered to give her a massage and began taking off his pants despite her asking him to stop. “If I wanted to be an actress, then I had to be willing to do this sort of thing. He said he had dated Famous Actress X and Y and look where that had gotten them,” Nyong’o wrote about a future encounter she had with Weinstein.
Actress Sean Young
Actress Sean Young said Weinstein exposed himself to her back in 1992 on the set of the film “Love Crimes.” “I personally experienced him pulling his you-know-what out of his pants in order to shock me,” Young told the “Dudley and Bob With Matt Show Daily Podcast.” “My basic response was, ‘You know Harvey, I don’t think you should be pulling that thing out because it’s not very pretty,’ and then leaving and never having another meeting with that guy again.” Young said she never spoke up about the incident because, “The minute you stand up for yourself in Hollywood, you’re the crazy one.”
Actress Heather Kerr
Actress Heather Kerr asserted that Weinstein exposed himself to her by unzipping his pants, pulling out his penis, forcing her hand onto it and holding it there. “He told me that this was how things worked in Hollywood and that all of the actresses that had made it, had made it this way,” Kerr during a news conference with her lawyer Gloria Allred. “He told me that first I’d have sex with him and then he would take me to parties and show me who I needed to sleep with after that, but that he first needed to know ‘How good I was.’ He told me that I was not that good looking, but that he would be willing to help me anyway, like he was doing me a favor.” Kerr had the meeting with Weinstein in 1989 and quit acting not long after.
Canadian actress Erika Rosenbaum
Canadian actress Erika Rosenbaum said Weinstein held her by the back of the neck and masturbated behind her in a meeting at the Toronto International Film Festival. She said that he greeted her with no pants on and asked to speak with her while he showered. This encounter followed a meeting years earlier in which Rosenbaum willingly gave Weinstein a massage. She said she “didn’t know how to get out” despite willingly giving in. “As soon as the doors closed behind me, I was in trouble,” Rosenbaum said in an audio interview with the New York Times. “I was so convinced that he was so powerful and he could have anyone he wants, why would it go there? I told myself this is how meetings happen in Hollywood, so just go with it.”
Former Miramax intern Morgan Shanahan
Morgan Shanahan, who is now the senior Parenting Editor at Buzzfeed, wrote an essay for the website describing her meetings with Weinstein in the early 2000s when she was an intern at Miramax. Shanahan wrote that in the “15 seconds” it took for Weinstein to walk to his car in the lobby of the Miramax offices, he would comment on her body or clothes and several times asked if she needed a ride home. “It’s the normalization of that kind of behavior in Hollywood that enables sexual abuse and harassment beyond what I can now comprehend I ever accepted,” Shanahan wrote.
Actress Brit Marling
Brit Marling wrote in an essay for The Atlantic that in 2014, Weinstein asked her to shower with him. She said she met with him in his hotel suite and “felt terror in the pit of her stomach” when his assistant left them alone in the room. “It was clear that there was only one direction he wanted this encounter to go in, and that was sex or some version of an erotic exchange,” Marling wrote. “I was able to gather myself together — a bundle of firing nerves, hands trembling, voice lost in my throat — and leave the room.”
Actress Connie Nielsen
Actress Connie Nielsen added her name to the list of Weinstein accusers when she wrote that Weinstein “put his hand on my thigh” at the premiere of the 2005 film “The Great Raid.” “I warned a young co-star not to take Harvey up on his invitations to drinks unless the whole group was there,” Nielsen wrote in a guest column for Variety. Nielsen added she “had no issues on the film, nor when I met Harvey at social events around the world,” but was shocked when at the premiere he touched her while her boyfriend and brother were present.
Former production assistant Mimi Haleyi
Mimi Haleyi, a former production assistant who worked on a Weinstein Company TV show in New York, said that Weinstein “orally forced himself on me while I was on my period” in a statement obtained by TheWrap via her lawyer Gloria Allred. “He wouldn’t take no for an answer and backed me into a room which was not lit, but looked like a kids’ bedroom with kids’ drawings on the walls,” Haleyi said in the statement. “He held me down on the bed, I tried to get him off me and kept asking him to stop but it was impossible. He was extremely persistent and physically overpowering.” Haleyi said the incident took place in 2006 after another meeting in which Weinstein asked her numerous times to give him a massage. In one instance, Haleyi describes Weinstein being “completely charming and a total gentleman,” saying he offered to fly her to Paris on a private jet and put her up at the Ritz Carlton, which she declined. “He kept messaging and calling me and even showed up at the apartment where I was staying in the East Village, twice in one day, and literally physically forced himself in through the door, pleading with me to come with him to Paris,” Haleyi said.
Actress Dominique Huett
Aspiring actress Dominique Huett said in a meeting with Weinstein, Weinstein had asked to see her breasts and asked if she had a “boob job.” According to a lawsuit obtained by TheWrap, once they returned to Weinstein’s room, Huett claims he went to the bathroom and returned in only a bathrobe, then asked Huett for a massage and if he could perform oral sex on her. Huett refused, but Weinstein wouldn’t take “no” for answer and forced himself on her. After forcefully performing oral sex on Huett, the lawsuit claims he masturbated in front of Huett until he reached orgasm. Huett filed suit specifically against the Weinstein Company for $5 million, claiming they were aware of accusations well before her own meeting.
Actress Natassia Malthe
At the 2008 BAFTA Awards, actress Natassia Malthe said in a statement via her lawyer Gloria Allred that Weinstein pounded on her hotel room door in the middle of the night, barged into her room, took off his pants and sat on her bed. He bragged about actresses he had slept with and implied to Malthe that she could have a part if he slept with him. “I was sitting on the bed talking to Harvey when he pushed me back and forced himself onto me,” she wrote in her statement. “It was not consensual. He did not use a condom. However, he did not ejaculate inside of me. After having sexual intercourse he masturbated and ejaculated. I was completely grossed out. I believe that I disassociated during the time that he was having sex with me. I laid still and closed my eyes and just wanted it to end. I was like a dead person. Afterwards I lay there in complete disgust.” Malthe then says she returned to Los Angeles to meet with Weinstein about a part in “Nine” and he asked her to have a threesome with him and another woman who began giving him a blow job. When she refused, Malthe claims they laughed and Weinstein called her an “ungrateful c—.”
Actress Annabella Sciorra
In a new report by Ronan Farrow at The New Yorker, “The Sopranos” actress Annabella Sciorra said that in the early ’90s Weinstein “shoved me onto the bed” and raped her. Sciorra told Farrow that one night after an industry dinner, Weinstein showed up at her home, pushed his way in and began unbuttoning his shirt. She was just dressed in a nightgown and told him to leave, at which point he shoved her onto the bed, got on top of her and raped her. “When he was done, he ejaculated on my leg, and on my nightgown,” she said. “And then he attempted to perform oral sex on me. And I struggled, but I had very little strength left in me.”
Concert promoter Hope Exiner d’Amore
In what may be the earliest instance of sexual harassment and assault accusations lobbed at Weinstein, Hope Exiner d’Amore says that in the late 1970s, Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex and intercourse on her. Exiner d’Amore told the New York Times that the incident occurred in Buffalo as she was working for Weinstein’s concert promotion company. At a hotel, he slipped into her bed naked and forced himself on her despite her repeatedly telling him no.
Actress Cynthia Burr
In the late 1970s, actress Cynthia Burr says Weinstein tried to kiss her while they were alone together on an elevator. He then unzipped his fly and forced her to perform oral sex on him while they were alone in a hallway, according to Burr’s account in the New York Times.
Dancer Ashley Matthau (then Ashley Anderson)
Ashley Matthau was going by her maiden name, Ashley Anderson, in 2004 when she was a dancer on “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.” She told Ronan Farrow for his New York Times piece that Weinstein brought her to his hotel room and bragged about actresses he had slept with, saying she should consider doing the same. When she refused, he pushed her onto the bed, fondled her breasts, stripped, straddled her body and began to masturbate. Matthau said that, shortly after, she retained a partner at Gloria Allred’s law firm. She met with Weinstein and a lawyer, Daniel M. Petrocelli, who said they would paint her as promiscuous if they proceeded with a lawsuit. “‘We’ll drag you through the mud by your hair,'” she recalled the lawyer saying. Matthau entered into a $100,000 settlement with Weinstein in exchange for silence.
Filmmaker Lacey Dorn
Lacey Dorn met Weinstein at a Halloween party in 2011. Dorn told the New York Times that on her way out of the party, Weinstein grabbed her between the legs and touched her buttocks and crotch through her clothes.
Former Miramax employee “Sarah Smith”
A former Miramax employee using the pseudonym “Sarah Smith” told The Daily Mail that in 1992 Weinstein raped her in the basement of the company’s offices in West London. “He grabbed me and he was so big and powerful. He just ripped my clothes away and pushed me, threw me down. Then… I kept shouting, ‘No! Stop!’ and tried to push him off. But he forced himself on me,” the woman said.
Model Samantha Panagrosso
Model Samantha Panagrosso told the Daily Mail about several incidents involving Weinstein during the 200 Cannes Film Festival. She said that Weinstein first made salacious comments to her aboard a friend’s yacht and, the following day, he tried to force himself on her in a hotel pool. Later, on the yacht, she said Weinstein entered her cabin with baby oil and medicine after she told him she wasn’t feeling well. “He pushed me on to the bed and put his hands all over me, including my breasts,” she told the Daily Mail. “He is a massive, strong guy and I was trying to push him off, but I couldn’t.”
Australian actress Natalie Mendoza
In 2002, actress Natalie Mendoza said Weinstein groped her in a meeting while she was shooting “The Great Raid,” the first of three films she did under a deal with Miramax. “I might have told Mr W mid-script ‘meeting’ after he sent his assistant out that I’d punch him if he didn’t take his hands off me,” she wrote on Facebook via Australia’s Herald Sun. “Shook all the way home but high-fived myself for knowing my self worth in my early 20s.”
Unnamed female executive
Producer Elizabeth Karlsen was approached by a young female executive regarding an incident with Weinstein that she said that took place between the late 1980s and early ’90s. “She came to me directly and said that [Weinstein] had appeared naked in her bedroom,” Karlsen told THR. “I don’t know the extent of what did happen, but there was an out-of-court settlement and she left the company.”
Italian actress Giovanna Rei
Italian actress Giovanna Rei told Italy’s Rai1 in an interview that Weinstein, “came across me completely naked with a massage cream. He told me I do not want to have sex, do not worry … you just have to caress me and let me relax,” according to a translation in adnkronos. She said he was overpowering and pulled her toward the bedroom before she managed to yell and escape.
Brazilian model Juliana de Paula
Brazilian model Juliana de Paula told the LA Times that in 2007 she fought off Weinstein with broken glass after he groped her and forced her to kiss other models while in their hotel room. When she tried to leave, she said he chased her around the room naked. “He looked at me and he started to laugh,” de Paula told the LA Times. “I was shocked. I was completely in disbelief.”
Unnamed female crew member
In 1984, a young female crew member on the set of “Playing for Keeps” told producer Alan Brewer that Weinstein had forced her onto a bed and attempted to perform oral sex on her, the Washington Post reports. According to Brewer, she resisted and eventually managed to get Weinstein to stop.
Actress Daryl Hannah said she had two uncomfortable encounters with Weinstein — the first in which he pounded on her hotel room door, prompting her to escape from a rear entrance. In a second meeting years later while promoting “Kill Bill: Volume 2,” she said Weinstein asked her if her breasts were real and if he could feel them or if she would flash him. Hannah told Ronan Farrow in the New Yorker that she had told other people about her encounters with Weinstein but “it didn’t matter.”
Filmmaker Sarah Polley
In an essay for the New York Times, filmmaker Sarah Polley said when she was a 19-year-old actress, she was abruptly pulled out of a photo shoot for a Miramax film and told she had to meet with Weinstein in his office. During the meeting in front of her publicist, she said Weinstein told her about a “very close relationship” he had with another successful actress and implied he wanted a similar relationship with her. “If he and I had that kind of ‘close relationship’ I could have a similar career. ‘That’s how it works,’ I remember him telling me. The implication wasn’t subtle,” Polley wrote.
Actress Paz de la Huerta
Actress Paz de la Huerta told CBS News that in 2010, Weinstein raped her on two separate occasions. Upon their first meeting, Weinstein insisted they have drinks, and the pair eventually ended up in her apartment, where Huerta says “he pushed me on the bed,” took off her dress and forced himself on her. The second time, de la Huerta says she was drinking and in no condition to offer consensual sex. The office of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. told CBS News that they have assigned a senior sex crimes producer to investigate the case.
Actress Natasha Henstridge
Natasha Henstridge, who also came forward against Brett Ratner, told Megyn Kelly that Weinstein came onto her repeatedly and “pleasured himself” in front of her. “Suddenly it became not anything about the job that he was trying to offer me or put me up for anymore and it became about flirtation. And he did some terrible things there as well,” she said.
Anonymous Actress “Jane Doe”
An anonymous actress using the pseudonym Jane Doe is suing Weinstein and the Weinstein Co., saying she was raped by Weinstein in 2016 at a Beverly Hills hotel and the company was aware of his actions.
Additional unnamed accusers
Weinstein accuser Asia Argento recently shared her own spreadsheet on Twitter, compiled by the victims, that included an additional six unnamed accusers from throughout the years.
10/19: This article has been updated to add new allegations against Weinstein.
10/20: Updated again with new allegations.
10/23: Updated with new allegations.
10/24: Updated to include Connie Nielsen, Mimi Haleyi and Dominique Huett’s accusations.
10/30: Updated with new allegations.
11/2: Updated with Paz de la Huerta’s accusation.
11/20: Updated with accusations from Natasha Henstridge and “Jane Doe.”