With each passing day, the sexual accusations over Harvey Weinstein are taking deep roots.
And Harvey will be facing "a wake-up call" as Ashley Judd has revealed that she would appear on TV for the first time to talk about Harvey.
Ashley Judd has revealed to appear on TV for the first time to speak against Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment
Source: Just Jared
Ashley Judd who became the first actress to accuse the former co-chairman of The Weinstein Company (2005-17) denied to name the producer from whom she first experienced sexual harassment while working on the 1997 movie, Kiss The Girls,
He was very stealth and expert about it. Oh, come and meet me at the hotel for something to eat. I show up and he’s like, Will you watch me take a shower?
But in October 2017, Ashley made another similar accusation of hotel room harassment from the hands of another film producer. This time she named the man, "Harvey Weinstein".
In October 2017, Ashley Judd accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Ever since multiple women have spoken against his sexual harassment and the number is still increasing. The list shows some well-known faces such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Rose McGowan, Heather Graham, Eva Green, and so on.
On Monday, October 23, Ashely tweeted that she will be appearing on ABC for her first interview on Harvey,
— ashley judd (@AshleyJudd) October 23, 2017
The interview will air today on ABC News Channel, including on "World News Tonight With David Muir", "Good Morning", "Nightline", "ABC News Radio" and "ABC News Digital".