Jennifer Lawrence is rumoured to be producing and starring in a new series that will address the #MeToo movement in Hollywood right now.
And although she has admitted that she has never been a victim of Harvey Weinstein's, she has been harassed by other executives in the industry.
"He said he didn’t know why everyone thought I was so fat," she said about a male producer. "He thought I was 'perfectly f*ckable.'"
She explained, "I was certainly mistreated. I was definitely treated in a way that I think now we would call abusive. I mean I had to deal with being young and having executives or higher-ups putting their hands on my legs and not feeling like I could say please don’t do that."
Jen is set to work with former E! News host Catt Sadler, who quit her job after finding out that she was being paid significantly less than her male co-star.
Award-winning director Stephanie Soechtig, has reportedly been brought on to direct the series.
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