I wrote about this actress earlier this week I think.
Maybe it was late last week.
Probably permanently A list.
She has been in some of the biggest movies of all time and has had a career lasting well over four decades.
I wrote about her undying allegiance to the child molester because of what she knows and can’t really go back on it. Apparently there was a huge conference late last year in a Midwestern state.
Our actress was asked about all the Harvey stuff and said it had never happened to her and she had never seen that kind of thing, probably because she wasn’t pretty enough.
She also said she didn’t believe it happened in Hollywood all that much and seemed offended that she was being asked those types of questions when she had told audience members they could ask anything they wanted.
She thought they would all want to ask about the book she was promoting.
Diane Keaton on Weinstein, Interior Design and Mr. Goodbar
Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton says she’s never experienced sexual harassment in Hollywood.
Keaton addressed the Indiana Conference for Women to talk about her new home-design book. In a Q-and-A afterward, she said she’s never seen or experienced the assault and harassment which scores of actresses are now saying they’ve endured.
“That’s maybe because I wasn’t quite attractive enough or something, I don’t know, but it never happened,” Keaton said. In response to a fan’s question about her critically praised performance in “Looking for Mr. Goodbar,” she says even that envelope-pushing role of a woman pursuing increasingly risky one-night stands didn’t alter how she was treated in Hollywood. – Source