Zuleyka Rivera Reveals She Was Sexually Harassed – People
November 11, 2017 - miss universe
Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan and many some-more celebrities have come brazen in a new weeks to share harrowing practice of being intimately harassed in Hollywood.
After dozens of women indicted powerhouse film executive Harvey Weinstein of passionate nuisance from as distant behind as 3 decades ago, some-more women who’ve been tormented by other group in energy have come forward. The trending hashtag #MeToo, combined by singer Alyssa Milano to exhibit “the bulk of a problem,” generated some-more than 500,000 tweets in only one day.
Now, Miss Universe 2006 Zuleyka Rivera confessed in an speak with denunciation module ¡Suelta la sopa! (Telemundo) that she too has been a plant of passionate harassment. “That’s since we left a specific nation that I’m not going to name,” a Puerto-Rican beauty black pronounced when asked about a engorgement of Hollywood heavyweights entrance brazen about passionate abuses they’ve suffered during a hands of men. “I left since we trust in me, in my talent, as distant as we have come and what we have coming.”
Although she didn’t reveals specific sum about what she endured, Rivera—who starred in “Despacito’s” viral song video—did make it transparent that it’s really critical for women to take a stand. “[There is a] miss of honour for women,” she said. “You have to value yourself and mount your ground.”
At a age of 18, a statuesque indication won a desired pretension of Miss Universe 2006, and went on to investigate behaving in New York City, eventually nabbing roles in renouned Mexican soap operas. She now hosts Spanish-language daytime speak shows Un Nuevo Dia (Telemundo) and Despierta America (Univision).