Street artists target Meryl Streep with 'She knew' posters

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Posters have popped up across Los Angeles depicting Meryl Streep as a Harvey Weinstein enabler.

Weinstein, aware that both the New York Times and Ronan Farrow were working on stories detailing his alleged sexual harassment and abuse of actresses and female employees, approached Netflix, seeking "emergency cash" - in hindsight, possibly "hush money" to save his own skin - but without revealing the exact reason for his need of a financial lifeline.

According to reports, the posters have been spotted near the SAG-AFTRA building, the 20th Century Fox studio in Century City and even near Streep's Pasadena home. McGowan has alleged that Weinstein raped her. During the candid discussion, which was filmed for NY magazine's The Cut on December 12, the women addressed the challenges and consequences they've faced since speaking out against their alleged assaulters. "I wasn't deliberately silent". I don't know if he attended therapy or not.

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Ms. Streep denied she knew anything. I despise your hypocrisy. In a clip of the interview, the discussion between the women touches on the accusations they made and the ripple effect their fearless decisions have created.

The statement came after Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan, criticised the actress after she revealed she would be wearing black to the upcoming Golden Globes as a silent protest against sexual misconduct in the industry. "Maybe you should all wear Marchesa".

Streep also said that she had mutual friends pass her phone number along to McGowan so that they could speak, but never heard from her.

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"I want to let her know I did not know about Weinstein's crimes, not in the '90s when he attacked her, or through subsequent decades when he proceeded to attack others", Streep said.

Meryl Streep and Harvey Weinstein. As for the court of public opinion, I humbly submit: Meryl Streep is not the villain here, and there is no reason she should have to defend herself as such.

HW needed us not to know this, because our association with him bought him credibility, an ability to lure young, aspiring women into circumstances where they would be hurt. Rose and the scores of other victims of these powerful, moneyed, ruthless men face an adversary for whom Winning, at any and all costs, is the only acceptable outcome.

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Brad Pitt confronted Weinstein when he found out about the accusations from his then-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow and later from his ex-wife Angelina Jolie.