In a shocking story in The New York Times today, Uma Thurman details sexual assaults at the hands of Harvey Weinstein . She recently alluded on social media that she had a story to tell, and today she delivers it. She also accused her former agency CAA of being “connected to Weinstein’s predatory behavior” and she accuses Quentin Tarantino of not doing enough to protect her from an accident during the making of Kill Bill, after she was forced to drive a car on a sandy twisty road for a scene — she gave the footage of the crash to the newspaper and you can watch it in the linked footage she gave to Times columnist Maureen Dowd.
In the article, in which Thurman described being assaulted by an unnamed actor 20 years older than her when she was 16, she not only details Weinstein’s predations toward her, but her lingering memory of staying silent for so long. The star of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill feels she put other young women in danger.
“The complicated feeling I have about Harvey is how bad I feel about all the women that were attacked after I was…I am one of the reasons […]