American producer Harvey Weinstein denied the accusations of Mexican actress Salma Hayek in sexual harassment. This is reported by USA Today.
As stated by the official representative of Hollywood producer Holly Baird, the accusations of the Mexican actress in his address are not true.
"Other witnesses of these events have other memories of what happened." In addition, Harvey Weinstein "does not remember" to force Hayek to appear naked with another woman, although such a scene would be logical for the film "Frida" in 2002, as it corresponds to the biography of the artist, whose role was played by Hayek.
Earlier, Mexican actress Salma Hayek accused the Hollywood producer of sexual harassment. The star admitted that she agreed to shoot in the frank scene of "Frida" only after persistent harassment and blackmail on the part of Weinstein, whose company Miramax Films was engaged in producing the film.
Weinstein's name turned out to be in the center of the scandal after the publication in the New York Times of a material saying that the well-known producer had done similar actions against women for 30 years. In sexual harassment, he has already accused more than 80 women, including famous actresses Angelina Jolie, Uma Thurman, Ashley Judd.