Pamela Anderson says Weinstein's victims walked into their own assault

 

Pamela Anderson said she believes that the women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault could have prevented it. 

The actress and model appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” on Thursday to discuss the dozens of allegations against Weinstein and the harassment she says she has faced in Hollywood. Anderson has also said that a female babysitter sexually abused her between the ages of 6 and 10, that an older man raped her when she was 12, and that her then-boyfriend and six of his friends gang raped her when she was in the ninth grade. 

In her conversation with Kelly, however, Anderson was quick to pass judgment on the women speaking out against Weinstein. She began by talking about her own experiences with harassment and assault, noting that she’s been able to dodge inappropriate behavior by being careful.  Really?  Your thoughts?

 
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