No bars were holding Kate Winslet back when she was asked about her working experience with Harvey Weinstein in light of the scandal. The "titanic" star admitted she is among those who are relieved after the movie mogul was exposed to his decades-old sexual misconducts.

Kate Winslet, fortunately, did not experience the horror that dozens of women have gone through in the hands of the producer. However, the actress was not spared from Harvey Weinstein's "bullying and nasty" behavior towards women.

Winslet recalls working experience with Weinstein

"He used to call my female agent a [vulgar name for a woman] every time he spoke to her on the telephone," she recounted.

"He was always, always very, very, very unpleasant to deal with. Very."

The 42-year-old actress also pointed out how the film mogul insisted on taking credit for her success in the film industry. It is worth noting that Kate Winslet made her big screen debut with "Heavenly Creatures" that was produced by Harvey Weinstein's former company.

She also recalled the time when she was told to thank the producer if she would ever win an award for her acting. "It was nothing to do with not being grateful. If people aren't well-behaved, why would I thank him?" Kate Winslet asked.

Hence, the actress purposely skipped the producer's name when she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her character in the Harvey Weinstein-produced film, "The Readers," in 2009.

She was also one of the many celebrities who immediately responded when the influential studio boss was exposed to his alleged sexual misconducts spanning nearly three decades.

Actress praises victims for speaking up in light of scandal

The "Wonder Wheel" star particularly commended the victims who have come forward to share their encounter with the renowned film mogul.

Kate Winslet acknowledged the courage it took them to speak up about the traumatic experience.

She later turned to Harvey Weinstein and deemed his behavior "disgraceful and appalling" and insisted that his kind of conduct should not be tolerated.

"The way Harvey Weinstein has treated these vulnerable, talented young women is not the way women should ever deem to be acceptable or commonplace in any workplace," she explained.

The award-winning producer is currently facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment since his alleged misdeeds were exposed a couple of weeks ago.