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Some were paid ,000 to 0,000 each to make their complaints go away, the Times said, with “Scream” actress Mc Gowan, then 23, getting 0,000 in 1997 over an incident that took place during the Sundance Film Festival.

After the report was published, Weinstein, 65, issued a statement in which he said he’ll “take a leave of absence from my company” and “spend more time with a therapist.” Actress Judd told the Times that she was filming 1997’s “Kiss the Girls” when Weinstein — who has five kids and has been married to fashion designer Georgina Chapman since 2007 — lured Judd to his hotel room.

Months before O’Connor wrote her letter, another young female employee reportedly quit because she felt she was being used to arrange trysts for Weinstein.

That woman said a nondisclosure agreement barred her from commenting and asked not to be identified, the Times said.

The Times said the women who settled with Weinstein included Italian model Ambra Battilana, who accused him of grabbing her breasts and putting his hand up her skirt in his Tribeca Film Center office in March 2015.

Battilana’s allegations were investigated by the NYPD’s Special Victims Division, which had her secretly record a call in which Weinstein admitted getting “a little frisky,” sources said at the time. In 2014, the Times said, Weinstein invited a temporary employee, Emily Nestor, to the Peninsula on her second day of work and offered to boost her career if she accepted his advances.

The actress turned model, was mostly famous for her unforgettable role in the horror film, Rosemary’s Baby back in 1968, which even earned her a Golden Globe nomination for best actress.

The French actress who was born in Gannat, came from a big family with eleven children.” She escaped by joking that the only way she would let Weinstein touch her was if she first won an Oscar in one of his films.“There’s a lot on the line, the cachet that came with Miramax,” she explained to the Times.She’s also starring on the small screen in Life in Pieces.

She also famously starred in actor turned director, Ron Howard’s film, Parenthood.

O’Connor also reportedly described getting profanely berated by Weinstein and told she should marry a “fat, rich Jewish” man because she was fit only for “being a wife” and “making babies.” “I am a 28 year old woman trying to make a living and a career.