Uma Thurman Breaks Silence About Weinstein Assault

Thurman has hinted at allegations against Weinstein since Thanksgiving.

Uma Thurman Breaks Silence About Weinstein Assault
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Uma Thurman has broken her silence about Harvey Weinstein.

In a New York Times interview published Saturday, Thurman says Weinstein assaulted her. And she says when she confronted him, he threatened to ruin her career — something other actresses have accused Weinstein of doing.

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Thurman has hinted at allegations against Weinstein since Thanksgiving, not long after the first allegations against him came to national attention.

Multiple women have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault and rape.

In a statement to the New York Times, Weinstein's spokesperson says Weinstein did make a pass at Thurman but had misread the situation and "immediately apologized."