Cara Delevinge, a 25-year-old British model and actress, is among the latest stars in a series of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, claiming he attempted to kiss her and coerce her into having a threesome in a hotel room.
In an Instagram post, Cara explained she ‘felt very powerless and scared’ in the situation but managed to escape.
The 65-year-old film producer has been sacked from The Weinstein Company, which he co-founded, following a string of more than 30 accusations, which include rapes that date back decades.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Asia Argento, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Rosanna Arquette and many more are among the celebrities who have come forward, and Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, an Italian model, even recorded the mogul confessing to groping her in a undercover operation with the New York Police two years ago.
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Every girl has sometime in her life been reprimanded by her mother for the short hemline of her skirt or the top that revealed too much. In all likelihood, she cribbed but also obliged because she’d been told that revealing too much skin invited trouble. Not only this, she’d also be constantly warned against strangers! ‘Stranger is danger,’ she’d been told too often. But when these same girls fall victim to gruesome acts, whom should we blame? Should these girls be blamed for not treating the man they saw walk behind them with deep mistrust? Or for getting on the bus without suspecting that there could be rapists waiting to pound at them? Wouldn’t this entire struggle become less daunting if we could just tell a rapist simply by looking at him? Well, this question is subject to serious questions.
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