More and more people from the entertainment industry are speaking up on the allegations of sexual assault pressed against Harvey Weinstein. Since earlier this month, the movie mogul has been making headlines after he was exposed for his alleged misconduct spanning about three decades.

The producer in the hot seat, however, has denied any allegations of non-consensual intercourse after he saw the increasing number of women claiming he raped them. But his denial did not stop his alleged victims from coming forward and sharing their traumatic experiences with the renowned studio boss.

Harvey Weinstein faces multiple allegations of assault, harassment, and rape

Similarly, several celebrities and film personalities have responded to the ongoing issue to condemn sexual abuse in Hollywood. Among those who have decided to share their thoughts on the scandal was Quentin Tarantino, who admitted that he was aware of the allegations even before the news came out a couple of weeks ago.

In an interview with the New York Times on Wednesday, the "Pulp Fiction" director claimed he knew Harvey Weinstein "did a couple of these things" he has been accused of. Quentin Tarantino also regretted the time he worked with the controversial producer and thought he should have taken responsibility for his knowledge about the allegations.

He was also aware that Harvey Weinstein made unwanted advances to his former girlfriend, Mira Sorvino, who personally opened up to him about the encounter. Quentin Tarantino added that another actress had told him similar things a few years later.

Director, actor break silence on Harvey Weinstein scandal

The "Kill Bill" director even knew that the influential studio head had reached a settlement with Rose McGowan, who claimed to be a rape victim of Harvey Weinstein.

After sharing all his knowledge of the ongoing scandal, the 54-year-old director apologized for keeping a tight-lip on the issue for several years.

He ended his statement with a call for change in the way the industry has been treating women. Prior to Quentin Tarantino, "Riverdale" star Skeet Ulrich also admitted he was aware of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein long before he was exposed.

He said most people in the industry knew about the producer's alleged misconduct with women although some have turned a blind eye on the issue due to fear of losing their jobs or careers. Skeet Ulrich confessed he felt powerless at the time he found out about the producer's abusive behavior.