Courtney Love has some words of advice to young stars transitioning to the entertainment industry. In a 2005 interview, the "Menendez: Blood Brothers" alum was asked for her "advice to a young girl moving to Hollywood," in which she answered with a warning against Harvey Weinstein, who is now facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment.

"I'll get libeled if I say it," she hesitated. "If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party in the Four Seasons [hotel] don't go."

Producer faces multiple sexual assault allegations

The said video resurfaced after the movie mogul was exposed to his alleged sexual misconducts spanning for about three decades.

On Saturday, Courtney Love addressed her previous statement and claimed she was banned from the Creative Artists Agency (CCA) after she spoke out against the influential producer. Although she was not a victim of his alleged sexual misdeeds, the 53-year-old actress has been actively showing her support to victims of sexual assault and/or harassment.

The 2005 interview became viral after dozens of women have come forward to share their experience in the hands of the award-winning producer. Ashley Judd was among the first victims to speak out and expose the movie mogul for behavior towards female employees and celebrities.

Celebrities speak out against Harvey Weinstein

Since the news came out a couple of weeks ago, several other women who claimed to be victims of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment, have testified against the producer in hopes to shed some light on the issue of sexual assault.

Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cara Delevingne are just a few of those who have exposed the producer in light of the issue.

Rose Mcgowan, on the other hand, accused Harvey Weinstein of rape and claimed that some people helped the producer to cover-up the alleged incident.

Although she tried to fight for justice, Rose McGowan claimed she was warned by a female criminal lawyer that she would never win the case on the basis that she has done a sex scene for a big screen project.

This is not the first time the "Ready to Rumble" star has spoken out about her own experience of sexual assault.

Last year, the actress joined a campaign, called "Why Women Don't Report," that aimed at raising awareness about the common reasons why sexual assault victims tend to keep the traumatic experience unsaid instead of seeking help and reporting the incident.