Goldie Hawn has claimed that she has stories to ‘top all of them’ when it comes to passionate harassment.
The 72-year-old singer suggested that when she was a dancer in New York City she had ‘some terrible experiences’ but that she had a ‘lot of resilience and we really knew who we was’.
‘Sexual harassment, unfortunately it’s been there forever,’ she said, ‘I had a very clever mom, a very clever father and we had a lot of resilience and we really knew who we was. And you know the answer was always “No, I’ll never get a pursuit like that.” A lot of girls don’t. A lot of girls don’t know what to do,’ she added.
Speaking to CNBC about the changing meridian in Hollywood, the acclaimed singer certified that she believes a lot of the ‘entitlement’ felt by certain men is to ‘do with narcissism, an ability to consider that they’re godlike and they flattering much can do whatever they wish to do’.
Goldie rose to celebrity in the late 1960s, winning an Oscar and Golden Glboe for her opening in Cactus Flower (1969). She went on to star in classics such as Overboard (1987), Death Becomes Her (1992) and The First Wives Club (1996), but in 2017 she done her big screen return after a 15-year hiatus.