More and more women are speaking out against Harvey Weinstein in the light of sexual assault allegations. The latest to come forward was Lysette Anthony, a British actress, and model, who claimed she was raped by the movie mogul about three decades ago.

After the award-winning producer was exposed for his alleged sexual misconducts, Lysette Anthony found the courage to report her own experience to the authorities last week. The actress said she became friends with the film mogul after she starred in "Krull" in 1982.

Allegations of sexual harassment in Hollywood

Harvey Weinstein reportedly attacked Lysette Anthony in her home and forced himself on the actress. The actress added that the producer had been going to her place uninvited since the first encounter.

She also recounted what took place during the incident and admitted that she used to blame herself for the horror she went through. "I blamed it on myself because I was tired, a bit drunk and therefore so completely off my guard," she told the Sunday Times in an interview. "It was the last thing I expected and I fled."

Lysette Anthony also recalled a time when Harvey Weinstein appeared at her house at 10 in the morning and pushed her inside to make advances toward her.

Although she tried to fight back and stop the sexual misconduct, the actress-model eventually gave up since it was too difficult for her to retaliate against the producer. Her statement was supported by the London Metropolitan Police, which received the report on October 11.

Producer faces multiple sexual assault allegations

"It is alleged that a man Sexually Assaulted a woman in the late 1980s in West London," police said in a statement.

"On 14 October we received allegations that the man sexually assaulted a woman (Victim 2) in Westminster in 2010 and 2011, and in Camden in 2015."

It continued, "On 15 October an allegation was received that the man sexually assaulted a woman (Victim 3) in Westminster in 1992."

Authorities, however, refused to disclose the names of the alleged suspect and the two other victims of sexual assault.

It reassured that the allegations have been forwarded to the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command for proper investigation.

Lysette Anthony is just one of dozen women who have come forward to expose Harvey Weinstein for his past sexual misconducts. In fact, Cara Delevingne recently opened up about her episode with the controversial producer after Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow shared their "bad experience" with the film mogul.