With the #MeToo movement and exposés on the frequent sexual abuse and misuse of power allegations from famous Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein, a lot of old stories are coming out. Dozens of women have come forward to say that Weinstein abused them, and the studio heads, directors, and actors who knew about it are being called into question.
On Saturday, the New York Times interviewed Uma Thurman, who had previously said she'd been attacked by Weinstein. She also says she feels terrible about all the women who may have been attacked by him after her, in part because of the powerful roles she played in Weinstein-backed films, like Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill.
“I am one of the reasons that a young girl would walk into his room alone, the way I did. Quentin used Harvey as the executive producer of ‘Kill Bill,’ a movie that symbolizes female empowerment. And all these lambs walked into slaughter because they were convinced nobody rises to such a position who would do something illegal to you, but they do.”