Entertainment Meryl Streep on sexual misconduct: 'I don't want to hear about the silence of me'

20:26  03 january  2018
20:26  03 january  2018 Source:   ew.com

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Meryl Streep has spoken out again about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the growing movement to combat sexual misconduct … “ I don ’ t want to hear about the silence of me ,” she said.

Meryl Streep on sexual misconduct : ' I don ' t want to hear about the silence of me '.

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Meryl Streep has spoken out again about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the growing movement to combat sexual misconduct in Hollywood and beyond.

Speaking to The New York Times, Streep recalled how the Weinstein news “underlined my own sense of cluelessness” and how she “really had to think” before she responded, even as people were calling on her to do so.

“I found out about this on a Friday and went home deep into my own life,” she told the Times. And then somebody told me that on Morning Joe they were screaming that I haven’t responded yet. I don’t have a Twitter thing or – handle, whatever. And I don’t have Facebook. I really had to think. Because it really underlined my own sense of cluelessness, and also how evil, deeply evil, and duplicitous, a person he was, yet such a champion of really great work.”

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After fending off accusations that she knew Harvey Weinstein allegedly harassed and assaulted women, Meryl Streep is trying to shift the conversation. She replied, " I don ' t want to hear about the silence of me .

Meryl Streep has spoken out again about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the growing movement to combat sexual misconduct in Hollywood and beyond. (Trump has denied the allegations.) “ I don ’ t want to hear about the silence of me ,” she said.

“You make movies. You think you know everything about everybody. So much gossip. You don’t know anything,” she added. “People are so inscrutable on a certain level. And it’s a shock. Some of my favorite people have been brought down by this, and he’s not one of them.”

Streep, who worked with Weinstein on films like August: Osage County and The Iron Lady, released a statement on Oct. 9 — four days after the Times‘ first bombshell story about Weinstein was published — calling the allegations against him “inexcusable” and saying that she did not know about the alleged “inappropriate, coercive acts” he was accused of doing. (Weinstein has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.)

In a subsequent statement released in December after actress Rose McGowan criticized Streep’s reaction to the Weinstein allegations, the actress said she was never “deliberately silent,” and was unaware of any wrongdoing on Weinstein’s part.

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Remember me on this computer. Back. Meryl Streep has spoken out again about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the growing movement to combat sexual misconduct in Hollywood and beyond.

Meryl Streep has spoken out again about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the growing movement to combat sexual misconduct in Hollywood and

When asked by the Times what she thought of the fact that people were waiting for her to speak, Streep referenced the women closest to President Donald Trump, who has been accused by more than a dozen women of sexual harassment and assault. (Trump has denied the allegations.)

“I don’t want to hear about the silence of me,” she said. “I want to hear about the silence of Melania Trump. I want to hear from her. She has so much that’s valuable to say. And so does Ivanka. I want her to speak now.”

“In terms of Harvey, I really didn’t know,” Streep told the Times. “I did think he was having girlfriends. But when I heard rumors about actresses, I thought that that was a way of denigrating the actress and her ability to get the job. That really raised my hackles. I didn’t know that he was in any way abusing people. He never asked me to a hotel room. I don’t know how his life was conducted without people intimately knowing about it.”

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In an interview with The New York Times, Meryl Streep called out Melania and Ivanka Trump for their " silence " on sexual misconduct allegations. “ I want to hear about the silence of Melania Trump.

' I don ’ t want to hear about the silence of me . Scroll down for video. GOAT: Meryl Streep addressed the wave of sexual misconduct allegations being made against men in Hollywood in a new interview (above in December).

Streep currently stars in The Post. Her full interview, which also includes costar Tom Hanks, can be read at The New York Times.

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Dustin Hoffman, Harvey Weinstein, Brett Ratner, John Conyers, Matthew Weiner, John Besh, Ben Affleck, Russell Simmons, Jeremy Piven, Mark Schwahn, Kevin Spacey, Ed Westwick et al. are posing for a picture: <p>After The New York Times published an explosive report detailing decades of sexual harassment allegations against <a href=Harvey Weinstein, dozens of women came forward with their own accusations against the Hollywood mogul. Within a week Weinstein had been fired from his company and expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Now, in a post-Weinstein world, legions of women have felt empowered to speak out and share their own #MeToo stories—both on social media and in major news outlets. Weinstein sparked an avalanche of accusations against high-profile men in media, politics, Silicon Valley, and Hollywood, all with varying degrees of repercussions. Sexual harassment in the workplace is certainly nothing new, but it’s safe to say the issue is now, rightfully, taking center stage.

Here, a list of the high-profile men who have accused of sexual harassment and/or assault since Weinstein, which we’ll keep updating as new allegations surface.

Khaliha Hawkins, Abby Gardner, and Perrie Samotin contributed to this report.

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