Harvey Weinstein Bragged About Having Sex With Jennifer Lawrence, Lawsuit Claims
Harvey Weinstein boasted that he had sex with Jennifer Lawrence, according to new court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com.
In the papers filed by Jane Doe in Los Angeles she alleges Weinstein bragged about bedding the 28-year-old Oscar winner.
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The woman claims Weinstein, 66, acted inappropriately when they met in New York to talk about a film called Vampire Academy.
After their dinner meeting the pair went to his office where she claims he kneeled in front of her and performed oral sex.
When she started crying Weinstein responded: “I slept with Jennifer Lawrence and look where she is; she has just won an Oscar."
Tonight Lawrence denied that she had a sexual relationship with Weinstein.
She said in a statement: “My heart breaks for all the women who were victimized by Harvey Weinstein. I have never had anything but a professional relationship with him. This is yet another example of the predatory tactics and lies that he engaged in to lure countless women.”
Jane Doe alleges she suffered years of sexual abuse by Weinstein in her lawsuit.
She claims it began at The Sundance Film Festival back in 2013 when he walked into her bathroom at the Waldorf Astoria in Park City and started masturbating before her.
According to the suit he exposed his penis and said: "My d**k is nice and hard for you" and then asked: "Do you like my d**k?"
Doe says she rejected his advance, but Weinstein still moved closer towards her while masturbating.
She claims he continued until he ejaculated on her skirt. He tried to appease her by saying that they could remain friends and that ‘everything would be ok’ between them.
Weinstein then went on to offer her some scripts and meetings before being inappropriate with her once again after he allegedly forced her hand onto his erect penis after a screening.
The shocking documents also include the detail about one of Weinstein’s assistants at TWC who met with Jane Doe sometime after Jan 2014 and would “check in” with the alleged victim, “reminding her that Weinstein could really help her career.”
“Upon information and belief, Weinstein and TWC intentionally engaged in these communications and meetings, and made misrepresentations to Plaintiff to guarantee her silence about Weinstein’s unlawful conduct, and to create a paper-trail of communications between the two to prevent Plaintiff from reporting his conduct or instituting legal proceedings,” the documents obtained by RadarOnline.com state.
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