Eventually she asked Matthew Vaughan - then a young producer, now known as the director of the Kingsman movies - to help move her elsewhere. In 1997, she signed up to Sylvester Stallone movie Cop Land; she said she didn't realize it was a Miramax film; Weinstein's reps said the company's name was on the script.Regardless, she said, when she checked in to the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, in Antibes, France, for the Cannes Film Festival, she discovered her room was next to his.Later, she pitched a screenplay written by a friend - a comedy called The Night We Never Met - to him, and he said he wanted to produce it with her in the lead.But when she said she didn't want to record the film directly after another two back-to-back shoots, Weinstein threatened to sue her. Later, after a Miramax party, she said Weinstein offered her a lift home - but this time he didn't leave.
I piled furniture in front of the door, like in the movies,' she recalled.
Early one morning, she said, she was awoken by a knock at her door, and opened it to see 'Harvey in his underwear, holding a bottle of baby oil in one hand and a tape, a movie, in the other.'He pursued the still-groggy woman into the room while she frantically dialed room and valet service - and only left when staff arrived, she said.
When she opened up to a friend who told her to call police, she replied: 'I can't go to the police.
After she had gone inside and undressed for bed, she heard a knock at her door.'It wasn't that late,' she said.
'Like, it wasn't the middle of the night, so I opened the door a crack to see who it was.