GoT's Lena Headey shares her own shocking story of Harvey Weinstein 1 year ago

GoT's Lena Headey shares her own shocking story of Harvey Weinstein

The pair worked together on The Brothers Grimm.

Following The New Yorker's investigation regarding the rape allegations that were made about Harvey Weinstein, other women have since come forward with their own accounts of allegedly being harassed by the shamed producer.

Following these reports, Mr Weinstein, 65, was fired by the board of his own company, The Weinstein Compan. He was also expelled from the motion picture academy earlier this month.

The BBC has also reported that UK police are investigating a number of sexual assault allegations involving Mr Weinstein.

Weinstein has "unequivocally denied" any allegations of non-consensual sex.

Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Rose McGowan are just some of the women that have come forward and spoken out against Weinstein's behaviour, and Game of Thrones actress Lena Headey has shared her own harrowing experience of dealing with the producer.

Weinstein was an executive producer on The Brothers Grimm, directed by Terry Gilliam, and after the film was screened at The Venice Film Festival, Headey states that Weinstein made sexual advances towards her.

She took to Twitter early on Tuesday afternoon to share a series of screenshots  containing her account of the events, which she said left her feeling "completely powerless".