Uma Thurman Speaks On Harvey Weinstein!
Describes Horrific Story Where He Attacks Her!
It finally happened. A-List Actress, Uma Thurman, has broken her silence on her relationships with warthog, Harvey Weinstein, and Director, Quentin Tarantino. You may recognize Thurman from being Tarantino’s muse – she starred in arguably his biggest hits, Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill films. Ever since news broke about the gross allegations surrounding Weinstein, people have been keeping their finger on Thurman. She had to know something – or even experienced an attempted assault herself. The cards were there. When was she going to talk?! Months after the allegations surrounding Weinstein – women are still coming forward. This time: It’s Thurman. Being as fearless as her character of Beatrix Kiddo in the Bill films, she speaks her truth.
According to the New York Times, Uma Thurman states an alleged attack from both Weinstein and Tarantino. The piece is long, lonngggggg – so let me break it down for you. First, they describe the lovely relationship and quasi-“normal” life Thurman leads with her children. (Side note: She talks to the author of the story while she sips white wine and smokes an e-Cigarette. She is such a bad ass!) She tells how angry she is that after an alleged attack from Weinstein in 2001, she is pissed that countless others fell into the same predicament she did. She tells as she spoke with Weinstein in London – in a full leather outfit (boots, jackets, pants) – and followed the monster down a hallway as he walked in a bathrobe. They discussed a script as he stepped into a steam room- she was sweating, fully clothed. After her confusion, Weinstein allegedly ran off. Later, he would shove her down and tried exposing himself. She claims she felt like “an animal wiggling away.” As a half assed apology, he sent her yellow roses. When she told Tarantino about the event, he laughed it off as (paraphrasing): “Harvey being Harvey.” Sick. Weinstein apologized in person to Thurman – who shame in his eyes. It almost appears as if she believed him.
Then, Thurman breaks into the time Tarantino may have tried killing her to silence her. He forced her to do a scene in Kill Bill where she was driving a car. The car was dysfunctional and unsafe. She told him about this. She would crash the car while filming – and suffered injuries that put her in the hospital. She still suffers from neck and knee injuries to this day.
Thurman closes the article trying to uplift women:
“Personally, it has taken me 47 years to stop calling people who are mean to you ‘in love’ with you. It took a long time because I think that as little girls we are conditioned to believe that cruelty and love somehow have a connection and that is like the sort of era that we need to evolve out of.”
To check out Thurman’s full article and horrific details, head HERE!