Ashley Judd says the continuing flurry of allegations against Harvey Weinstein means modern culture is at a “tipping point” on intimate harassment.
Actress Ashley Judd attends The Women’s Advertising Middle 2017 Women’s Press Awards at Capitale.
Ashley Judd says the continuing flurry of allegations against Harvey Weinstein means contemporary society reaches a “tipping point” on intimate harassment.
The actress added that “this would be the end of it if we determine that’s what we wish” before being honoured at the Women’s Marketing Centre Honours in NY on Thursday.
Judd has been discussing her personal accusations of harassment by Weinstein in recent weeks. Judd was one of the women whose testimonies were contained in reporting about the allegations that led to the movie mogul’s downfall. She says she seems adored, adored and supported after coming ahead with her report.
Also attending the function was lawyer Gloria Allred, who is representing a few of Weinstein’s accusers. She says Judd has started an “important conversation nationally” and “anyone who preys on women in the work area is on notice.”