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Jennifer Lawrence on Harvey Weinstein: 'I Didn't Know He Was a Rapist'

Jennifer Lawrence on Harvey Weinstein: 'I Didn't Know He Was a Rapist'

"Oh, my God, I've been waiting for this moment", the "Hunger Games" star tells Oprah Winfrey in an interview published Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter, when asked if she would want to meet the commander in chief. I just thought, 'I'll never do that again. "I think so. I've got a pretty good speech".

While the 27-year-old Oscar victor says she's never come face-to-face with Trump, she told Winfrey she'd "definitely" be prepared if the opportunity presented itself.

Jennifer Lawrence has revealed the bad reviews of mother! took their toll on her relationship with the movie's director Darren Aronofsky. But earlier this year, she preached unity, telling Vogue that the country needs to come together because "we can't continue this divide and anger". "He was paternal to me", she told the Hollywood Reporter. "I want to be talking to high schoolers and college students", she said. Reportedly, Lawrence, 27, said she knew Weinstein since she was 20.

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"I have such fear with my phone and my computer and electronics", Lawrence shared. "It was violating on a sexual level". "He told me he was anxious about her. Michael told me that Hunger Games was about to come out and he believed that it was going to be a hugely successful film and he said that Jennifer had absolutely no idea how her life was going to change". "And that's why it's so important to talk about abuse, all of the different forms of abuse, because he didn't lay a finger on her, and I felt chilled to my bones".

She said she hopes to see "social change" and that there needs to be equality between men and women for that to happen. We all knew he was a dog, we knew that he was a... tough guy, a brute, a tough guy to negotiate with'. "I don't know how to explain it". Lawrence said. "As long as there is one group of humans that is overruling another one, there's going to be abuse". F-ck it. I'm not the only woman who's going through this.

"There was this moment when all of this broke out and everybody was silent, and then all of a sudden, every actress" Twitter was blowing up with, "You need to come forward and you need to say something and you need to condemn!' Which is true: We do have a responsibility to say something; we've all worked with him, but everybody needed a moment".