But added he was a "multi-faceted person" whose behaviour was "unacceptable".
The Prime Minister's official spokesman said women who came forward with complaints such as those made against the Jewish film maker should be praised for their courage. It's very hard to know which way to go when you see behaviours you don't like. "To me, the takeaway is: if we can continue to create space where people feel comfortable sharing and feel supported, there's power in numbers".
In fact, she is "surprised" the allegations didn't come out earlier, as people were aware of Weinstein's "inappropriate behavior".
'The situation within the office made it very hard for anyone to speak out, I think Harvey is a multi-faceted person. I think he is exceptionally bright and intelligent a lot of people were in awe of Harvey'.
Humberto Carolo with White Ribbon, an organization that works with men to end violence against women, says part of being a good ally is calling the behaviour out when it's happening.
Ferrari asked whether she believed Weinstein's numerous awards should be seized from him in punishment.
"Since then I felt terrible that I did the movie".
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'That's why this story, in my case, it's 20 years old, some of them are older, has never come out, ' she said.
Weinstein was at the Los Angeles home of his daughter, who was eventually able to get her father back inside the house.
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Weinstein, 65, was expected to be in Europe by this time, with the embattled producer saying on Tuesday that he was flying off to rehab to treat his sex addiction.
This comes as further damming accounts from female stars have surfaced tonight.
Model Cara Delevingne has alleged disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein attempted to kiss her when the pair met to talk about an upcoming film.
In a lengthy statement posted on Instagram, the fearless British model-turned-actress said that after meeting Weinstein at a hotel lobby he asked her to come up to his room, where another woman was waiting for the pair.
Delevingne said she quickly declined and asked if her auto was outside. He stood in front of [the door] and tried to kiss me on the lips.
Delevingne added that she still got the role in the film, adding she "always thought that he gave it to me because of what happened".
Although filmed in the summer of 2014, it was released in the United States in September by The Weinstein Company.
Delevingne now joins a growing list of women who have shared their stories with The New York Times and New Yorker, including Angelina Jolie, who said she stopped working with Weinstein after he made a move on her in a hotel room during a press junket for her film 'Playing By Heart'.
The chief executive of Women In Film and TV, Kim Kinninmont, said the sexual harassment allegations are symptomatic of the film industry's culture of sexism.
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