Ashley Judd was one of the main prominent performing artists to talk up against Harvey Weinstein, and now she's standing up out of the blue openly since her story was told in an unstable New York Times confession, ABC News reports.
In a restrictive meeting with Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America, Judd uncovers that "I thought 'no' meant no'" and "I fought with this volley of no's" in endeavoring to fight off Weinstein's advances 20 years back in an inn suite, where she thought she'd been going for a conference.
At the point when that didn't work, she chose to fashion an "deal" with the maker, who needed her to partake in a back rub session. "When I win an Oscar in one of your movies—OK?" she let him know in attempting to escape the circumstance, standing the entire time and hysterically checking the design of the suite to perceive how she could make her exit.