By MailOnline Reporter. She revealed she 'stands by' the brave women speaking out in the midst of the Harvey Weinstein scandal after the disgraced film mogul was accused of rape and sexual harassment. And Emma Watson was seen for the first time since breaking her silence on the news that has rocked Hollywood, enjoying a night out at London 's Children Firehouse on Saturday. The year-old Beauty And The Beast actress wrapped up warm for the occasion, covering up in a dark coat. Stepping out: Emma Watson was seen for the first time since breaking her silence on the news that has rocked Hollywood, enjoying a night out at London's Children Firehouse on Saturday.
Emma Watson Supports Sexual Harassment Victims in the Wake of Harvey Weinstein Allegations
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The scandal surrounding disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein burst into the headlines with a New York Times investigation exposing a history of sexual harassment allegations and legal settlements. Click through to see the celebrities who have accused Weinstein of harassment and those who have condemned Weinstein's alleged behavior. Ashley Judd told the New York Times Weinstein invited her to his hotel room for a meeting in the late s and greeted her in his bathrobe. She said he asked her to watch him shower or let him give her a massage. Weinstein said the settlement was not an "admission," but reached to "avoid litigation and buy peace," according to the legal document. McGowan did not comment on the issue in the Times, but she has since gone public with the allegation: " HW raped me. Weinstein," Weinstein's representative Sallie Hofmeister said.
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Watson said the current Hollywood sex scandal, which was sparked by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct levelled against Harvey Weinstein, is just the beginning. Weinstein has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex. Watson was speaking at the Golden Globes where she was joined by Marai Larasi, an activist and executive director of black feminist organisation Imkaan. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Food for London.
Emma Watson is the latest celebrity to show support for sexual harassment victims in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The actress, activist, and women's rights advocate took to Twitter to announce she "stands with" women and men who have suffered sexual harassment and praised the victims' bravery in coming forward. This mistreatment of women has to stop," Watson wrote.