Since the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal broke out, many stars have come forward to talk about their experiences at the hands of their sexual abusers, regardless if it was Weinstein's. Oddly enough, those who claim innocence from knowing what kind of person Weinstein is, have remained vocal about their lack of knowledge about his acts. Also thrown into the conversation are actors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, who frequently collaborated with Weinstein. Affleck claimed that he was unaware of Weinstein's sexual abuse against women, a fact that actress Rose McGowan tore down immediately.

She said on Twitter that she told Affleck that she was sexually abused by Weinstein, to which he said he had told Weinstein to stop doing that to her. McGowan called Affleck a liar on social media. Gwyneth Paltrow also came forward, telling the New York Times that at 22 years of age, Weinstein made unwanted advances at his suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills. Paltrow was "petrified" and told her boyfriend at the time, Brad Pitt. Pitt later confronted Weinstein, who later told Paltrow never to tell anyone else about what happened.

Damon reveals he knew Gwyneth Paltrow's story

Matt Damon and George Clooney were guests on Monday's "Good Morning America" when Damon admitted that "I knew the story about Gwyneth from Ben because he was with her after Brad [Pitt]," Entertainment Tonight reported. He added that he worked with both Paltrow and Harvey Weinstein on "Ripley." Damon admitted that Affleck did tell him about Paltrow's incident with Weinstein, but that Weinstein and Paltrow had come to whatever agreement or understanding they had come to."

Actor expresses regrets

In the same interview with "Good Morning American," Matt Damon expressed regret that "I didn’t see it...I am so deeply sorry because I would have stopped it." The actor claimed that if Harvey Weinstein was involved in sexual abuse in public, such as the Golden Globe Awards, or anywhere that Damon would have been a witness, he would have stopped it.

The actor also shared that he knew Weinstein was a "womanizer," but that at the end of the day, Weinstein's relationships with others is "not my business really." He added that he truly had no idea that any "criminal sexual predation" was going on between Weinstein and the many women who have come forward claiming they were victims of Weinstein.

Matt Damon and George Clooney are starring in the new crime movie, "Suburbicon," which will hit the theaters on October 27.

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