'It was common knowledge that certain producers in Hollywood or people to avoid'

Pamela Anderson has said the woman who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault should have “known what they were getting into”.
Speaking to Megyn Kelly, the Baywatch actor was asked whether she was surprised by the allegations made against the Hollywood mogul.
“No,” she said. “It was common knowledge that certain producers or certain people in Hollywood or people to avoid, privately. You know what you’re getting into if you’re going into a hotel room, alone.”
Kelly then pointed out that many of the meetings were set up by agents, to which Anderson said that was "not a good excuse."
"Then go with them," she continued "That's what they should have done. Sent somebody with them. I just think there's easy ways to remedy that. That's not a good excuse."
Earlier on in the interview, Anderson called Weinstein “intimidating” while talking about her won experiences around Hollywood being offered money, cars, and houses by men.
"When I came to Hollywood I had a lot of offers to do private auditions and things that just made absolutely no sense,” she said. “Just use common sense. 'Don't go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, you know, leave.’ Things that are common sense. But Hollywood is very seductive.”
Anderson previously spoke about her own confrontation with Weinstein, saying: "He told me I'd never work in this town again, because I refused to work with a dog.
"He's so intense. I've never been talked to that way by anybody. Not even by a boyfriend. He was really intimidating. And I did it. But I did it without the dog."

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