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Norwegian Actress Says Weinstein Raped Her And Asked For A Threesome During Meeting

New alleged victim of Harvey Weinstein, Natassia Malthe, speaks as she sits with lawyer Gloria Allred during a news conference in New York City, U.S., October 25, 2017. Brendan McDermid (Reuters)

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Norwegian actress and model Natassia Malthe says that Harvey Weinstein raped her and asked for a threesome, during a business meeting at a press conference with attorney Gloria Allred on Wednesday.

Malthe first met Weinstein Feb. 10, 2008 at the BAFTA Awards in London, reported The Hollywood Reporter. She took a picture with him, and he then asked what hotel she was staying at. Malthe said that in the middle of the night she heard a pounding at her door and a man yelling, “Open the door Natassia Malthe, it’s Harvey Weinstein.”

Weinstein, who at that moment “did not look normal,” allegedly forced himself on the actress and raped her. Afterwards, he masturbated in front of her, Malthe claimed.

“I believe I dissociated during the time he was having sex with me. … I played dead,” Malthe said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Weinstein later sent Malthe a script for the musical “Nine” and invited her to audition. She said would be up for the audition as long as there was no “hanky-panky.” Weinstein told Malthe that his assistant would be present during their meetings.

During the meeting between Malthe, Weinstein and his assistant at a hotel suite, his assistant undressed and began giving him oral sex, according to Malthe. Weinstein pressured her to join, and when she refused, the assistant and Weinstein mocked Malthe, she claims. “He and the girl were both laughing at me,” she said according to The Hollywood Reporter.

This is Allred’s fourth client related to the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and harassment allegations. Allred represents Mimi Haleyi who was also allegedly raped by the producer.

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