She disclosed the incident to firends and family, but is now speaking publicly about the incident for the first time, 26 years on.'You think you go into the film business because you think it is this free-thinking, liberal-minded industry, but actually it could not be more opposite.Evans was one of two women who were allegedly assaulted by Weinstein in New York, with the other being model Ambra Battilani.The aspiring actress said Weinstein grabbed her breasts and put his hand up her skirt in a meeting in his office.I didn’t want to kick him or fight him.' His frame proved to be too much for Evans however, who found herself completely helpless.'I just sort of gave up.That’s the most horrible part of it, and that’s why he’s been able to do this for so long to so many women: people give up, and then they feel like it’s their fault,' said Evans.That includes reviewing police files to see if any women previously reported being assaulted or harassed by him.
The Metropolitan Police is reviewing an allegation against the movie mogul dating back to the 1980s after Merseyside Police received a tip-off and referred it to them.
That individual then added however that 'no filed complaints have been identified as of this time.' Scene: Lucia Evans said that she was forced to perform oral sex on Weinstein inside his office despite repeatedly telling the executive 'no' (Weinstein outside his office last Thursday with lawyer Lisa Bloom)Lucia Evans (nee Stoller) told The New Yorker that the summer before her senior year, Weinstein met her at a club and asked her to come in for a meeting at his office.
She was a college student preparing for her senior year at Middlebury in 2004 when she met Weinstein at Cipriani in New York City.
A separate English actress, Sophie Dix, has also revealed an alleged sexual assault by Weinstein left her burgeoning Hollywood career in tatters.
It comes amid an avalanche of claims of sexual impropriety made against the 65-year-old by some of the movie industry's most famous actresses in the last few days.