Warning: This article contains distressing content
If you've had your eye on the news this week, you will have seen that loads of celebs from Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan and even Cara Delevingne have spoken out about being sexually abused by Hollywood film producer, Harvey Weinstein.
Now, Emily Osment (which you may remember from Hannah Montana) has revealed that she too had an uncomfortable experience with Harvey.
The incident occurred when she was only 19, right after Hannah Montana.
"When I was 19 I was pushing my guitar through the x-ray machine at LAX when a huge man reached across security and slapped his hand on the case," she began.
"'Let me carry that to your gate for you,' he said smiling. 'No thanks, I got it' I said to Mr. Weinstein. He persisted. I declined. He asked me where I was traveling to. He asked me again if he could escort me to my gate. I declined again. I was 19.
"My own encounter with Harvey is so inconsequential it seems ridiculous to even write about because small fear and an icky feeling in your belly is nothing compared to the stories I’m reading," she added, "but I still want to share because small or very, very large, he deserves to have his actions exposed.
"To all the women coming forward about their sexual abuse, I hear you, I believe you, and I got you.
"One in five women are sexually assaulted during their time in college, and only 43% of all sexual assaults are ever reported, but that number rises every year. If you see something say something, but most of all, be a friend, listen without judgment and don’t pressure someone to come forward if they’re not ready."
If you, or someone you know, has experienced sexual harassment in any way, speak confidentially to a trained counsellor 24 hours a day:
Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800.
Lifeline on 13 11 14.