Lupita Nyong'o has joined the long list of celebrities speaking out against Harvey Weinstein on allegations of sexual assault. In an op-ed she wrote for the New York Times, the same publication that exposed the producer to his alleged misconducts, the actress narrated her own experience with the movie mogul and how he threatened her career when she refused to yield to his sexual advances.

The "12 Years A Slave" actress recalled an invitation she got from Harvey Weinstein for a private film screening at his Connecticut residence. The two of them were joined by the producer's children and domestic staff, but that did not stop the studio boss from making unwanted advances toward the actress.

Allegations of sexual assault in Hollywood

She went on to reveal how the movie mogul led her to his bedroom, where he suggested to give the actress a massage. Lupita Nyong'o admitted she initially thought it was a joke before she realized that the producer was serious when he said that he would like to take off his pants.

Fortunately, the actress found a way to escape the situation and reported the encounter as "not overtly sexual" due to fear of putting her career in danger. A few months after the first episode, Lupita Nyong'o graced another invitation for a screening from Harvey Weinstein.

The "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" star added she agreed to have dinner with the producer, thinking that he has invited a group to join them.

But before they could even touch their food, the movie mogul suggested finishing their meal in his private room.

The actress was quick to decline the offer and said that she preferred to have dinner at the restaurant. "He told me not to be so naive. If I wanted to be an actress, then I had to be willing to do this sort of thing," she recounted.

Harvey Weinstein denies new allegations

When she asked if all was well between them, Harvey Weinstein said he could not be sure of what will happen to Lupita Nyong'o's career after the incident. A representative told ET that the producer has a different recollection of his encounter with the actress.

Meanwhile, the "Black Panther" star said she has decided to write a piece on the issue in hopes to end the "Conspiracy Of Silence" on the scandal.

She also wanted to make a point that this kind of behavior does not deserve a second chance.

Lupita Nyong'o is the latest actress to come forward on the scandal. Prior to her, celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan, Cara Delevingne, and more have responded to the issue of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein.