Sienna Miller On Jude Law And Harvey Weinstein

Sienna Miller On Jude Law And Harvey Weinstein

“Jude was a big actor for Harvey.”

You probably know that Jude Law and Sienna Miller were an on-again, off-again couple throughout the 2000s.

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The pair were together from 2003 to 2006, and dated from 2009 to 2011 too.

In a recent interview with The Guardian, Sienna said she believes that her relationship with Jude kept her from being “propositioned” by disgraced producer and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein.

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“I was Jude’s girlfriend, and there was probably protection in that,” she said, noting that he was a “big actor” for Harvey.

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Sienna also said that she wasn’t “scared” of Harvey because she “was not aware that he was raping people.”

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“He asked for one meeting with me in a hotel,” she noted, “and I brought the other producers and it was innocuous. I’ve never been propositioned by anyone for a job.”

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But Sienna did recall being screamed at by Harvey after being ordered to attend a meeting with him while she was in the middle of a rehearsal with fellow actor Steve Buscemi.

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“He sat me down in his office and said, ‘You’re not fucking going out anymore, you’re not partying, rah rah rah.’ I was having a lot of fun, but I managed to go to work on time.”

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“He was standing over me while I was sitting in a chair, lip quivering, and then he slammed the door, and I burst into tears. And then he came back in and said: ‘It’s because I’m fucking proud of you,’ and slammed the door again.”

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Sienna also said that she felt “inaugurated” by the experience. “I imagined this is what Hollywood producers were like. I genuinely felt he’d given me the biggest validation. I was so grateful.”

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Read the entire interview here.

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