Two more women have come forward to make claims against Harvey Weinstein, bringing the number accusing him of sexual harassment or assault to over 40 in the past week.
Model Angie Everhart said in a radio interview with Frosty, Heidi and Frank on Friday that she was sleeping in her bedroom on a yacht at a European film festival when she awoke to find Weinstein standing over her and masturbating.
He then finished on the carpet and told the model: 'You're a really nice girl, you shouldn't tell anybody about this.'
Everhart said she did however tell several people, and that no one did anything to protect her at that time.
Actress Tara Subkoff was just getting her start in the industry when she claims she was attacked by Weinstein, who she claims pulled her onto his lap at a party.
She told Variety that it was clear he had an erection at the time, and that when she later rejected his advances he use his power to destroy her career.
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List grows: Tara Subkoff (left) and Angie Everhart (right in 1997) have both come out with new allegations about disgraced executive Harvey Weinstein
'I was so surprised and shocked I couldn't stop laughing because it was so awkward,' said Subkoff.
'But then I could feel that he had an erection. I got quiet, but got off his lap quickly.'
It did not stop there however, with Weinstein then making more demands of Subkoff, who was 20 at the time and had just been cast by the Hollywood heavyweight in the film 'When the Bough Breaks.'
'He then asked me to come outside with him and other things I don't want to share, but it was implied that if I did not comply with doing what he asked me to do that I would not get the role that I had already been informally offered,' said the actress.
'I laughed in his face as I was in shock and so uncomfortable. I left the party right after that.'
Her decision to stand up to Weinstein ultimately end up costing Subkoff her career though she claims in her interview.
Rude awakening: Everhart claims that she was sleeping on a yacht at a European film festival she awoke to find Weinstein masturbating in front of her
'My reputation was ruined by false gossip, and I was called "too difficult to work with,"' she said.
'It became impossible for me to get work as an actress after this, so I then had to start a new career path and started Imitation of Christ, a fashion and art label.'
And two decades later, Weinstein was still out to get Subkoff she claims, telling the story of what happened at a screening of her film #Horror.
'The Weinstein company executives snuck into a cast and crew screening of my film and told me they loved it,' said Subkoff.
'Then they took it to Harvey, who then refused to watch it but then bad-mouthed it to everyone all over Cannes.'
Everhart meanwhile said that in the aftermath of her incident with Weinstein he always looked at her funny when the two would cross paths.
'I can’t even tell you how happy I am that this has happened. Because being one of the people that this happened to, it’s very justifying,' said Everhart.
She then seemed to confirm Subkoff's fears as she said: 'If I had said something earlier … I probably wouldn’t have worked ever again.'
Unacceptable: Tara Subkoff was just 20 and had gotten a part in Weinstein's movie 'When the Bough Breaks' when she says he pulled her onto his lap while his penis was erect (Harvey and Bob above in 1999)
Many women and even a few men in Hollywood have been inspired to come forward and share their stories after actresses including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Mira Sorvino and Rosanna Arquette revealed that they were harassed by Weinstein.
Rose McGowan and Asia Argento have also gone public with their accusations of rape against the movie mogul.
On Friday alone models Angie Everhart and Trish Goff and actresses Mia Kirshner, Tara Subkoff, Melissa Sagemiller and Alice Evans shared new allegations about Weinstein.
No voice has been louder than McGowan in speaking out about sexual harassment, and calling out those who do not stand up for women.
On Thursday, the actress took aim at Ryan Gosling over his delayed response to the allegations against Weinstein.
'I want to add my voice of support for the women who have had the courage to speak out against Harvey Weinstein,' wrote Gosling on Twitter.
'Like most people in Hollywood, I have worked with him and I’m deeply disappointed in myself for being so oblivious to these devastating experiences of sexual harassment and abuse. He is emblematic of a systemic problem.'
He then added: 'Men should stand with women and work together until there is real accountability and change.'
Weinstein Company released Gosling's 2010 film 'Blue Valentine' with Michelle Williams.
McGowan wrote back to Gosling after reading his statement: 'You could at least do us the courtesy of saying our names.'
She later added: 'How will you stand for change? #BEBRAVE'
Weinstein has denied most of the allegations being made against him as more women continue to come forward.
'Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances,' said a spokesperson for Weinstein.
'Mr. Weinstein obviously can't speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual.
'Mr. Weinstein has begun counseling, has listened to the community and is pursuing a better path. Mr. Weinstein is hoping that, if he makes enough progress, he will be given a second chance.'