Weinstein accuser Asia Argento ‘sexually assaulted child star, paid him’

Asia Argento, who accused Weinstein, made deal with her own accuser

Asia Argento reportedly paid off a sexual assault accuser

In 2013, Bennett was visiting Argento's California hotel room when she convinced a relative to leave them alone, The Times reported, citing the documents.

Members of the media were less circumspect than Hollywood talent, although some questioned why the accuser was named and cautioned that the news should not overtake the progress made by the Me Too movement. He was among several people on Twitter reminding that it is not uncommon for those who are abused to go on to abuse others.

His lawyer Gordon K. Sattro said in the intent to sue, "His feelings about that day were brought to the forefront recently when Ms. Argento took the spotlight as one of the many victims of Harvey Weinstein". The Times said that the alleged assault happened months past his 17th birthday in a California hotel room. Bennet, now 22, played Argento's son in a 2014 movie called The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things. The New York Times report did not state that Argento admitted any wrongdoing. "We are not going to allow you to get away with it".

The newspaper said it received court documents that included a selfie of Argento and Bennett in bed. "You are a powerful and inspiring creator and it is a miserable condition of life that you live among shitty individuals who've preyed on both your strengths and your weaknesses".

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A new Times report details the allegations leveled against Argento - who dated Anthony Bourdain before his death - by former child actor Jimmy Bennett.

Weinstein has been indicted on sex crime accusations involving three women, but not including Argento.

Bennett's lawyer told the Times that Argento's Weinstein revelations were a painful reminder of his client's own experiences. She had also appeared in NY with Italian actresses Laura Boldrini and Ambra Battilana Gutierrez for the Women in the World summit where she spoke publicly about her own experience in the industry and the #MeToo movement.

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