The #MeToo movement has taken Hollywood by a storm.
The 83-year-old actress, who was considered a sex symbol at the height of her popularity in the 1950s, said women are "being hypocritical and ridiculous". Then later they say they were harassed. I was never the victim of sexual harassment.
Bardot, who is known as an animal rights activist these days but inspired the term "sex kitten" as a young actress, said she never had been a victim of sexual harassment and found it "charming to be told that I was lovely or that I had a nice little ass".
This is not the first time Bardot has made controversial remarks.
Bardot also has been convicted of multiple racial hatred offenses for comments about Islam and the Muslim community.
The actress added that there was "nothing in the letter" that said "anything good about harassment, otherwise I wouldn't have signed it".
In addition, numerous women who have come forward with claims against Weinstein were told he would offer roles in exchange for inappropriate sexual favors. Ratner, through his attorney Martin Singer, has denied the charges.
In the letter she wrote "Rape is a crime, but trying to seduce someone, even persistently or back-handedly, is not - nor is men being gentlemanly a macho attack,". "Men have been punished summarily, forced out of their jobs when all they did was touch someone's knee of try to steal a kiss". The legendary French actress seems to be against it and here's the reason why! However, it seems Deneuve has already had a change of heart. In an interview with French news magazineParis Match that was posted on Wednesday, she was asked about her thoughts on actresses who have denounced sexual harassment.
She later apologised to sex abuse victims after a backlash against the letter.