Weinstein demanded she give him a massage and requested to perform oral sex on her.
Harvey Weinstein was hit with a new sex-abuse allegation Tuesday: forcibly performing oral sex on a woman - who was left "mortified" when he pulled out her tampon to perform the sick act. But a meeting at his hotel room to discuss potential opportunities turned uncomfortable when he asked her for a massage, she claimed.
Huett says they met at a bar and he told her he could help with her acting career, adding that he was staring at her breasts and later asked if she had had a "boob" job.
In her lawsuit, Huett had alleged that Weinstein lured her to a room at the Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills in November 2010 under the guise of helping her procure future TV and film roles.
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"It was an imbalance of power, she said no, she was coerced, and it was unwanted sexual touching", he said.
Weinstein has not commented on Haleyi's accusations at this time.
"I would not have wanted anyone to do that to me, even if that person had been a romantic partner", she said.
Weinstein has said he denies numerous claims of harassment and "unequivocally" denies allegations of "non-consensual sex". Women who have come forward with allegations against Weinstein include Lupita Nyong'o, Angelina Jolie, Cara Delevingne and dozens of others. "At the time, I personally did not have the idea to even report anything because I didn't think anyone would care", she said.
"There's no decision at this time", Allred said when pressed on whether Haleyi would be willing to meet with the local investigators already probing Weinstein's alleged history of harassment and sexual assault. She filed the first lawsuit against the company on Tuesday claiming negligence for knowing about Weinstein's sexual misdeeds dating back decades and failing to do anything about it.
Through his spokesperson, Weinstein has denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex, but police departments in London, Los Angeles, and NY are now investigating, as is the NY attorney general. She worked as a production assistant on a Weinstein Co. -produced television series, though she and Allred declined to name the show.
"I told him no, no, no but he insisted", she said, describing the sexual assault while seated beside Allred at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue. "With respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual".