The award-winning actress Mira Sorvino struck Wednesday at the bombshell that she is a rape survivor.
"I am a survivor of rape. I never said it publicly because it is impossible to share these kinds of things," said the award-winning New York native when she broke into tears during a press conference with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who pushed for stricter sexual harassment and rape
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"You feel ashamed," she continued. "You feel like it was somehow your fault."
Sorvino did not go into the details of the incident.
She has also accused the harassed filmmaker Harvey Weinstein of abusing her in a hotel room in 1
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"He began massaging my shoulders, which made me very uncomfortable, and then I tried to become more physical, chasing me around," Sorvino said in 2017 and explained that She was later blacklisted to turn down his progress.
Cuomo applauded Sorvino for his strong testimony Wednesday.
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"I've been to this room many times, and I don't think I've ever heard a more intelligent, powerful convincing point than you just did – and God bless you to be so brave and brave, "Cuomo replied during the press conference held in the capital's Red Room.  This art icle originally appeared on page six.