More and more celebrities are speaking up about their experience with Harvey Weinstein after he was exposed to accusations of sexual harassment several days ago. According to the New York Times, the producer allegedly paid off his accusers to bury the allegations pressed against him.

NYT further stated that the sexual misconducts dated about three decades ago. Ashley Judd and an unnamed woman testified against the movie mogul and recalled how he took advantage of his power and influence for sexual gain. The publication also revealed that Harvey Weinstein reached a settlement amounting to $100,000 with Rose McGowan after an incident in 1997.

Producer faces multiple allegations of sexual harassment

Shortly after the news came out, the award-winning producer filed a leave of absence from the studio he co-founded with his brother, Robert, in 2005. Harvey Weinstein also apologized for his behavior and promised to make himself better with the help of therapists.

The 65-year-old film producer said he has nothing but respect for all women and admitted that he regrets what he did in the past. The increasing number of women speaking up against him has compelled The Weinstein Company to terminate the producer.

Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow also broke their silence on the issue and recounted their "bad experience" with the producer over a decade ago.

Both actresses explained the episode has made them decide to stop working with the movie mogul.

Harvey Weinstein, through spokeswoman Sallie Hofmeister, denied allegations of non-consensual sex with women who claimed to be victims. Georgina Chapman later announced her plan to end her decade-long marriage with the producer in light of the issue.

Celebrities speak up in light of Weinstein scandal

As the investigation continues to unravel more incidents of alleged harassment, Cara Delevingne has also decided to speak up and narrated how the producer tried to manipulate her. The "Suicide Squad" star recalled her phone conversation with Harvey Weinstein, wherein he asked if she was gay or if she was dating a woman.

"It was a very odd call and uncomfortable call," she recounted. "I answered none of his questions and hurried off the phone."

Cara Delevingne was warned that she would never get a role of a straight woman or become a successful actress if she came out as gay. The "Paper Towns" star met the producer a year or two later to talk about an upcoming movie project.

After the meeting, Harvey Weinstein reportedly invited her to his hotel room where a woman was waiting. The producer then asked the two women to kiss and that prompted Cara Delevingne to leave the place. "He walked me to the door and stood in front of it and tried to kiss me on the lips," she said.