In Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey's book, “She Said,” a 2016 memo allegedly sent by the attorney to the disgraced film executive viciously attacked Rose McGowan.
The high-profile attorney came under fire again amid new details published about the forthcoming "She Said," written by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey.
Cher, Bette Midler, Seth MacFarlane and Mia Farrow were among those to torch Trump.
"Be the person you wish Harvey [Weinstein] could have been," the actress and Me Too leader told Argento.
The Me Too movement figure was responding to a report that Argento had agreed to settle with her own underage accuser.
“You have to understand the judicial system is completely stacked against victims," she said.
"I told you we’d be coming," said McGowan, who has accused Weinstein of rape.
In a statement, her family called her death "collateral damage in an already horrific story."
The star said she believes she was accosted by a "paid plant" from Harvey Weinstein.
“That was my first public appearance after being sexually assaulted. I was like, ‘Is this what you want?’”
The actress says she experienced statutory rape at 15. But she'll tell that story another day.
Both actresses have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.
Some critiques are meant to reestablish focus in the protest. Just as social media can create protest, it can also distort
"Citizen Rose" premieres Jan. 30.
The actress' accusations against Harvey Weinstein helped bring attention to the issue of sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
"Citizen Rose" is set to debut at the end of the month.
McGowan criticized Streep for her past work with Weinstein, but Streep says she didn’t know he was assaulting women.