It seems as though nearly every day we're hearing about yet another woman who was sexually harassed or assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. There's a reason for that. It's because Harvey Weinstein assaulted many women over the course of several decades. These stories will probably continue to make headlines for a while, and we're going to keep covering them here at 22 Words. Because it's important for the women and men who have been forced to remain silent for years know that we hear them, and we believe them.
Today's story comes from Lena Headey, one of the stars of Game of Thrones.
Lena Headey, who plays ice queen Cersei on HBO's Game of Thrones, is now one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
via: GettyUnfortunately, like too many other women in the industry, Headey has been sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein.
After it was revealed that Harvey Weinstein has been sexually harassing and abusing women for decades (and then paying them off to keep them quiet), Headey chose to speak out about her own experiences.
via: GettyHeadey took to Twitter to share about two separate instances with Weinstein, one of which resulted in her bursting into tears in her car.
Headey tweeted the following about the first time she met Weinstein back in 2005.
https://t.co/o1U06krn0q— lena headey (@lena headey)1508253856.0
Her next interaction with Weinstein happened years later in Los Angeles.
https://t.co/VXzLNwT2yO— lena headey (@lena headey)1508253867.0
Weinstein immediately went silent.
https://t.co/gX2cL6PyQN— lena headey (@lena headey)1508253874.0