Judge Philip S. Gutierrez of the Central District of California (USA), who dismissed January 9, 2018, the sexual harassment of Ashley Judd against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, had already rejected her in September last year to consider that the artist at the time of The alleged crime did not have a professional relationship with the manufacturer.
However, the judge today allowed the remainder of the complaint, filed in April 2018, and it includes defamation claims and financial damage, continuing the course in court. (Harvey Weinstein at Jennifer Lawrence: "I slept with her and see where it is, just win an Oscar")
According to Judd's story, Weinstein tried to outdo himself during a business meeting that took place at a hotel in Beverly Hills (California, USA) between the end of 1996 and the beginning of 1997.
The actor attended a meeting with Weinstein, who took him in a dress and asked him to give him a massage that Judd refused. She also asked him to help her choose the clothes and see how she broke, two propositions that the actor also rejected.
Due to Judd's refusal, Weinstein began claiming a defamation campaign against Hollywood actor to prevent him from accessing important roles in, for example, The Lord of the Rings films directed by Peter Jackson. (Harvey Weinstein, accused of sexual abuse, being delivered to the police)
"I lost career opportunities, lost money, lost status and prestige and power over my career as a direct result of being sexually harassed and denying sexual harassment," Judd told ABC in May.
In response to these claims, In July, Weinstein defended the interpreter waiting for many years to file the complaint. "The plaintiff certainly knew about alleged sexual harassment and traumas, if any, at the time of the meeting at the hotel," he said. (Brad Pitt will take revenge on Harvey Weinstein after waiting more than 20 years)