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We knew the Harvey Weinstein stories weren't over.

Sadly, now we're hearing one from Lupita Nyong'o.

Related: All 45+ Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

The Black Panther actress opened up in a lengthy New York Times op-ed on Thursday, in which she says she felt "a flare of rage" in learning how many women had been through what she had:

"I had shelved my experience with Harvey far in the recesses of my mind, joining in the conspiracy of silence that has allowed this predator to prowl for so many years. I had felt very much alone when these things happened, and I had blamed myself for a lot of it, quite like many of the other women who have shared their stories. But now that this is being discussed openly, I have not been able to avoid the memories resurfacing. I have felt sick in the pit of my stomach."

Here is her story:

"I met Harvey Weinstein in 2011 at an awards ceremony in Berlin, while I was still a student at the Yale School of Drama. An intermediary introduced him to me as "the most powerful producer in Hollywood." As an aspiring actress, I was of course eager to meet people in the industry but cautious about strangers, and the intentions of men in general."

She asked her dinner companions about Harvey and was given the typical response that he could be "a bully" -- which meant it was better to have him in her corner than against her.

Ultimately she says he was somewhat "charming" despite his directness, and that "he didn't alarm" her at first. So when he invited her to watch a screening of a film with his family at his home in Connecticut -- near where she was living in New Haven -- she accepted.

Related: Channing Tatum Cuts All Ties With The Weinstein Company

His family was actually there, at least. But when they all gathered to watch the film, that's when Harvey pounced:

"I settled in for the film, but about 15 minutes in, Harvey came for me, saying he wanted to show me something. I protested that I wanted to finish the film first, but he insisted I go with him, laying down the law as though I too was one of his children."

In his home with his children there. Ick.

"Harvey led me into a bedroom — his bedroom — and announced that he wanted to give me a massage. I thought he was joking at first. He was not. For the first time since I met him, I felt unsafe. I panicked a little and thought quickly to offer to give him one instead: It would allow me to be in control physically, to know exactly where his hands were at all times...

He agreed to this and lay on the bed. I began to massage his back to buy myself time to figure out how to extricate myself from this undesirable situation. Before long he said he wanted to take off his pants. I told him not to do that and informed him that it would make me extremely uncomfortable. He got up anyway to do so and I headed for the door, saying that I was not at all comfortable with that. 'If we're not going to watch the film, I really should head back to school,' I said.

I opened the door and stood by the frame. He put his shirt on and again mentioned how stubborn I was. I agreed with an easy laugh, trying to get myself out of the situation safely. I was after all on his premises, and the members of his household, the potential witnesses, were all (strategically, it seems to me now) in a soundproof room."

That time, Lupita was able to leave somewhat easily enough. She says she even justified the massage request to herself, though it helped that Harvey had enticed her with the possibility of a job (on an HBO show she later found out was already off the air).

But she was still uneasy with Harvey, so when he invited her to a reading of the play version of Finding Neverland, she politely refused -- until he told her she could bring anyone she wanted. She attended with two male friends.

Related: Quentin Tarantino Knew Harvey 'Did A Couple Of These Things'!

Nothing untoward happened the entire evening, including when a large group went out for dinner and drinks. So the next time he invited her to a screening -- this time of Madonna's film W.E. -- she accepted.

"Feeling more confident about the new sense of boundaries that we had established in our last meeting, I attended the screening on my own this time. Afterward, as planned, his male assistant arranged for me to get to the Tribeca Grill, where Harvey would be joining us. I met a female assistant when I arrived there. I was expecting that it would be a group of us, as it had been for the reading, but she informed me it would just be Mr. Weinstein. She would sit with me until he arrived. She seemed on edge, but I could only imagine how stressful it was to work for a man who had so much going on."

As with other stories we've heard, the assistant "immediately disappeared" after Harvey arrived. And this time he was direct:

"Before the starters arrived, he announced: 'Let's cut to the chase. I have a private room upstairs where we can have the rest of our meal.' I was stunned. I told him I preferred to eat in the restaurant. He told me not to be so naïve. 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.

I was silent for a while before I mustered up the courage to politely decline his offer. 'You have no idea what you are passing up,' he said.

'With all due respect, I would not be able to sleep at night if I did what you are asking, so I must pass,' I replied."

That's when Lupita knew Harvey was through with her; she asked him if they were good and recalls his chilling response:

"'I don't know about your career, but you'll be fine,' he said. It felt like both a threat and a reassurance at the same time; of what, I couldn't be sure."

Lupita made a vow to herself never to work with Weinstein, a vow she kept when he tried to entice her following her Oscar win for 12 Years A Slave.

Related: LAPD Opens Harvey Weinstein Rape Investigation

She explains why she's telling her story now -- for all the women who are like she was:

"I share all of this now because I know now what I did not know then. I was part of a growing community of women who were secretly dealing with harassment by Harvey Weinstein. But I also did not know that there was a world in which anybody would care about my experience with him. You see, I was entering into a community that Harvey Weinstein had been in, and even shaped, long before I got there. He was one of the first people I met in the industry, and he told me, "This is the way it is." And wherever I looked, everyone seemed to be bracing themselves and dealing with him, unchallenged. I did not know that things could change. I did not know that anybody wanted things to change. So my survival plan was to avoid Harvey and men like him at all costs, and I did not know that I had allies in this."

She concludes:

"Now that we are speaking, let us never shut up about this kind of thing. I speak up to make certain that this is not the kind of misconduct that deserves a second chance. I speak up to contribute to the end of the conspiracy of silence.

Amen, sister.

You can read her full op-ed HERE.

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Unfortunately, only for a moment...

Kristen Stewart expressed her support for all the women who have bravely spoken up about Harvey Weinstein this week.

Related: All 45+ Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

During Elle's star-studded Women In Hollywood event on Monday, KStew gave a speech about her friend Riley Keough, but she began by bringing up the elephant not in the room:

"I just want to express how thankful I am to hear what is typically a sort of like murmured pseudo-conversation because we've all been talking about this forever -- not to make it specific, but it is -- about this motherfucker."

She went on to speak about how long this conversation has been going on in hushed voices and how much it always hurt her to hear:

"It's just like one of those conversations we've all had a million times be so loud amongst people who really care about that. If I had someone close to me feel like they couldn't be helped or were subject to that type of manipulation or torment or fear of any kind really, especially in regards to being in our realm, where we work, where we have taken very apparent strides towards something not quite equal, but somewhere hopeful for sure, I would feel sick, and do, because I know a lot of these women.

"So kudos to those who felt hopeful enough, and comfortable enough to be caught and received and heard by those around them, that made it okay to allow themselves to feel better. Because you need to allow yourself to feel better when you feel that bad. And it takes help and we can all be proud of that notion and perpetuate it by saying that we have got you, affirmatively."

How does Kristen save you? You KNOW she'll cut a motherfucker!

Related: Quentin Tarantino Knew Harvey 'Did A Couple Of These Things'!

Actually, what she said was:

"I can't tell you how many times I've saved makeup artists—because it trickles down to makeup artists, camera assistants—from DPs who are like, 'Hey babe,' you know like, it happens on lesser scales, too."

Realizing she sounded too much like a vigilante, she explained:

"And, um, when I say like 'saved' I mean momentarily been like, 'Hey, don't, fucker.' And then they're embarrassed for one second but then it just keeps going every single day."

She's absolutely right. It takes all of us seeing and saying something on a regular basis:

"So, I would say let's be aware of this on every level. I can tell you that those girls are as duct-taped as one could possibly be, because they're in fear of getting their next job."

We're just glad for people like Kristen and everyone else who has spoken up in the past couple weeks. Hopefully with their help, one day soon the only duct tape on set will be in the hands of gaffers.

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Quentin Tarantino knew way too much about the exploits of Harvey Weinstein to sit by and do nothing.

And now he's finally, publicly acknowledging that hard truth.

Related: All 45+ Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

In a very confessional interview with The New York Times out on Thursday, the Django Unchained director declares:

"Everyone who was close to Harvey had heard of at least one of those incidents. It was impossible they didn't."

As for himself, he addresses a few of the incidents involving well-known actresses, including the fact Harvey had reached a settlement with Rose McGowan over her alleged rape way back in 1997.

Quentin admits:

"I knew enough to do more than I did... There was more to it than just the normal rumors, the normal gossip. It wasn't secondhand. I knew he did a couple of these things."

He says his inaction now fills him with shame and remorse:

"I wish I had taken responsibility for what I heard. If I had done the work I should have done then, I would have had to not work with him."

That would have been a start.

Related: LAPD Opens Harvey Weinstein Rape Investigation

So why didn't he? He begins to explain:

"What I did was marginalize the incidents."

Though he already realizes:

"Anything I say now will sound like a crappy excuse."


Specifically, Quentin addresses the incident he was most familiar with, Harvey's unwanted advances toward Mira Sorvino. The director heard all about it directly from the Mighty Aphrodite star when the two dated shortly after.

When she relayed the story she would wait over 20 years to tell publicly as part of Ronan Farrow's New Yorker exposé, Quentin says he didn't understand it as a pattern of a predator but as an isolated incident:

"I was shocked and appalled... I couldn't believe he would do that so openly. I was like: ‘Really? Really?' But the thing I thought then, at the time, was that he was particularly hung up on Mira... I thought Harvey was hung up on her in this Svengali kind of way. Because he was infatuated with her, he horribly crossed the line."

Quentin ultimately brushed off even what he knew was "crossing the line" because his attitude at the time was that his own presence in the situation would put a stop to it. He recalls thinking:

"I'm with her, he knows that, he won't mess with her, he knows that she's my girlfriend."

Weinstein didn't go after Mira again, so that seemed to be that. Though obviously it wasn't.

Related: France's Got Talent Judge Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Against NINE Women, Including A 14-Year-Old!

Tarantino says he heard other stories through the grapevine over the years but admits they didn't weigh on him either:

"I chalked it up to a '50s-'60s era image of a boss chasing a secretary around the desk. As if that's O.K. That's the egg on my face right now."

After taking some time to come to terms with his own complicity, Quentin says he now believes Hollywood has been "operating under an almost Jim Crow-like system that us males have almost tolerated":

"We allowed it to exist because that's the way it was."

Now Quentin says he's through keeping his eyes and mouth shut -- and hopes his colleagues will do likewise:

"I'm calling on the other guys who knew more to not be scared. Don't just give out statements. Acknowledge that there was something rotten in Denmark. Vow to do better by our sisters."

Ultimately, Tarantino, who worked with Weinstein for decades, says he is still perplexed by all the things he's read about the man he thought he knew:

"I don't have an answer for why he could do this and be stripped of his entire legacy."

As for whether he believes the public will forever link him and his film legacy to Harvey's misdeeds, he says simply:

"I don't know. I hope it doesn't."

What do YOU think of Quentin's very, very late honesty?

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