Uma Thurman breaks silence on Harvey Weinstein: ‘I’m glad it’s going slowly – you don’t deserve a bullet’

Uma Thurman has said Harvey Weinstein does not “deserve a bullet” and suggested she has been a victim of sexual harassment.

The actress, who earlier this month said she was too angry to share her thoughts on the slew of allegations that have rocked Hollywood, broke her silence in an emotional Thanksgiving post on Instagram – saying: “I’m glad it’s going slowly – you don’t deserve a bullet”.

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  • Clink9

    Black Mamba, kickin’ ass and taking scalps.

  • The Buddhist Butterfly

    Remember the time Uma refused fame and fortune and turned down the opportunity to star in a Harvey Weinstein movie on principle?

    • disqusW6sf

      No.

  • ntt1

    there will be many more like this to come. some people are willing to sell their soul to the devil for success, in this case the devil is a secular fat jew with a scruffy neck beard. We have read about Weinstein’s photo library of actresses in compromising positions , those are the ones who gave in. so far we are just hearing about those who rejected him and got blacklisted as a result.

  • Marius K

    Oh well, the tide is turning. How far is Hollywood away from the point when it will be fashionable to be publicly romanticizing about traditional monogamous relationship or perhaps talking about the life beginning at the conception ? 10 , 20, 25 years?

  • Sid Falco

    She’s a useless actress who probably blew her way into Pulp Fiction.

    • David Murrell

      Up to now I only knew her through crossword puzzles, solving for the word “uma”.

      • terrence22

        me, too

  • terrence22

    The producers couch, or the casting couch, goes back over ONE HUNDRED YEARS. and has been in use for every one of those years. This “me too” stuff should have started over a hundred years – but those “ladies” wanted to be actresses and stars, and did whatever they though was necessary.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2017/10/casting-couch-the-origins-of-a-pernicious-hollywood-cliche/543000/

    • Norman_In_New_York

      Quite a few of these actresses were pieces of work themselves. For example, Clara Bow, the It Girl, described her encounter with aspiring leading man Gary Cooper as, “He’s hung like a horse and can go all night.”

  • Marius K

    Good question:
    When did actors go from having the same social status as prostitutes to celebrities?

    https://www.reddit.com/r/AskHistorians/comments/1d7nf2/when_did_actors_go_from_having_the_same_social/

  • It took her long enough.