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While Damon said that crimes such as rape - which Weinstein has been accused of - were unforgivable and should land the attacker in jail, he said not every sexual misconduct was the same.
Pictured: Harvey Weinstein, Matt Damon and Terry Gilliam at 'The Brothers Grimm' film premiere in 2005As a father, he said he worried but said 'you just have to raise children with, like, self-esteem, because you're not going to be there to make all of their decisions for them.' 'And you have to just hope that they have enough self-respect to make the best decisions they can.'But he acknowledged that even that might not be enough.
Damon, a father-of-four, had said that offenders such as Louis C. Al Franken who announced he plans to step down after a photo emerged of his groping media personality Leeann Tweeden while she was asleep. When Travers asked what Damon would do if a friend were accused of misconduct, Damon said he would trust his friend said.'It depends on what the accusation is. If it's a friend of mine, I'm always talking to them.
K, who admitted and apologized for forcing women to watch him masturbate, was at the other end of the spectrum to Weinstein and should be treated as such. 'When you see Al Franken taking a picture putting his hands on that woman's flak jacket and mugging for the camera, going like that, you know, that is just like a terrible joke, and it's not funny,' Damon said. But when you talk about Harvey and what he's accused of, there are no pictures of that. I know the real story if it's my friend.'Damon did speak about director Ridley Scott's decision to erase Kevin Spacey from his upcoming film All the Money in the World after the actor was accused of molesting a number of men.
with her interpreter, Sarah."I have a connective tissue disorder, so basically I got sick and my nerves deteriorated," she explained to Simon Cowell.Weinstein unequivocally denies 'any allegations of nonconsensual sex' and claims there was never any retaliation against women who turned down his advances.The scandal opened the door to claims of sexual misconduct against numerous stars, powerful executives and politicians across the world of entertainment, media and politics, with the #Me Too campaign.Damon said the fact that so many women felt empowered to share their stories was a 'watershed moment' and was 'totally necessary'.But he warned against tarring all offenders with the same brush.