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Entertainment Jennifer Lopez Shares Her Own #MeToo Story In New Interview

00:45  15 november  2019
00:45  15 november  2019 Source:   elle.com.au

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In a new interview with 'Harper's Bazaar,' Jennifer Lopez shares her own # MeToo story , revealing that a director once asked her to show him her boobs.

Jennifer Lopez, Matthew Alan posing for the camera: Actress Jennifer Lopez has shared her own #MeToo story, revealing that an unnamed director asked her to take her top off during a fitting.© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Actress Jennifer Lopez has shared her own #MeToo story, revealing that an unnamed director asked her to take her top off during a fitting.

Actress Jennifer Lopez has share her own #MeToo story in a new interview.

During The Hollywood Reporter's round-table sessions with Laura Dern, Lupita Nyong'o, Scarlet Johansson, Awkwafina and Renee Zellweger, Lopez opened up about a moment when a director asked her to take her top off during a fitting.

"A director at a fitting asked me to take my top off," Said Lopez. "...Because I was supposed to do nudity in the movie."

"He wanted to see my boobs. And I was like, 'We're not on set'," she continued.

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In a new interview Lopez revealed that a director had asked her to “show her boobs” in an early stage of her career. As an actress and singer who has been in the spotlight for decades, maybe it’s no surprise that Jennifer Lopez has her own harassment stories to share .

Jennifer Lopez recalled an uncomfortable situation earlier in her career when a "director at a fitting asked me to take my top off." "We've stood up and said, 'Hey, we don't want this to be going on and it's been going on a long time and it's enough,'' Lopez said, crediting the # MeToo and Time's Up

When Scarlett Johansson commented that it was "crazy," Lopez agreed, "Well he was crazy."

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In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Jennifer Lopez opened up about her own # MeToo moment. When asked if she has ever been sexually harassed in Hollywood, Lopez admitted that she hasn’t had the same experiences as some women who have shared their stories .

Jennifer Lopez has shared her own # MeToo story in a new interview , and said that a director asked her to take off her shirt early on in her career — details. The Boy Next Door actress noted that though she was conflicted about reporting the incident, her tough New York upbringing inspired her to make a

Continuing, Lopez revealed: "I said no. I stood up for myself. But it was so funny because I remember being so panicked in the moment. And by the way, there was a costume designer in the room with me. So there was another woman in the room and he says this and I said no."

"Luckily a little bit of the Bronx came out, and I was like, 'I don't have to show you my — No. On the set, you see them.'"

Johansson notes, "Thankfully you were like that, because not everybody would feel that way."

Lopez then responded, "That's the thing, because if you give in, in that moment, all of a sudden that person is off and running, thinking they can do whatever they want. And because I put up a little boundary right there and said no, he laid off and then later on apologised."

"But the minute he walked out of the room the costume designer was like, "I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry that just happened."

Lopez went on to discuss and note that, post-#MeToo, actress now feel more "empowered" to speak up about inappropriate behaviour on set.

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