The actress felt ashamed for delaying her Weinstein story.
During a taping of Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations on Wednesday, Hayek told Oprah Winfrey that she was approached by the New York Times, which broke the first story about the allegations against Weinstein, to come forward with her story earlier.
She has previously revealed in the NY times that Weinstein, who is accused of raping, sexually abusing and harassing dozens of actresses, once threatened to kill her and had pressured her into filming a nude sex scene with a female co-star.
Hayek said in conversation with the TV host on Wednesday, that Weinstein told the film's director, Julie Taymor: 'I am going to break the kneecaps of that C-word'. "I felt like my pain was so small because there were so many others that had the same pain, but for me, it was so big". "For years, he was my monster", she wrote in the essay, which details his increasing fury to Hayek rejecting his forceful advances.
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'I started crying when they asked and I ended up not doing it, ' she continued. She went on to say, "And then I felt ashamed that I was a coward".
"I was on set with Reese Witherspoon, who has since spoken out. and some other actresses, who haven't spoken out, so I won't say who they were, and this was like two days after the Harvey scandal had broken in The New York Times", Winfrey said.
As we reported, the actress claimed Weinstein threatened to kill her after she refused his advances and was emotionally abusive during the filming of the 2002 biopic Frida.
Eventually, however, Hayek penned an op-ed in December for the New York Times where she detailed Weinstein's alleged continual harassment, which began after Weinstein's former company Miramax produced "Frida", Hayek's 2002 film about famed Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, which she produced and starred in. It was five years. I went, 'Yes, no, yes, no, yes, no.
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Now with women like Hayek speaking up, we like to think future generations will be more prepared to handle and shut down Weinstein-like abusers for good. "I thought of the shame". "It's about evolution", Hayek continued of why she made a decision to write her op-ed.
Part of her fear of coming out also came from inner demons she was forced to struggle with due to harassment, among other issues. I thought of my daughter... I don't want our anger to be our motto.
"We have to stop apologizing for being attacked", she said.
She added, "All these efforts of every single one of you, they pile up until there is an explosion".
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The Guardian has requested comment from Weinstein. (It should be pointed out that Weinstein took advantage of her sense of powerlessness by repeatedly telling her that she was a "nobody", which is its own kind of devastating abuse.) But her story is certainly brutal, nonetheless.