Gwyneth Paltrow was one of many actresses to come forward and share her own personal experience of sexual harassment at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, and referenced the scandal in her first public appearance since the New York Times ran its shocking expose on the disgraced movie mogul.

With more than 30 Weinstein accusers having come forward, Paltrow briefly addressed the scandal while attending Variety’s Power of Women L.A. Luncheon on Friday.

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Paltrow, 45, was on hand for the annual gala, which this year honoured Michelle Pfeiffer, Kelly Clarkson, Octavia Spencer, Priyanka Chopra and “Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins.

“It’s really wonderful to be in a room with so many women who are making a difference and supporting the causes that mean the most to them,” Paltrow told the crowd before introducing Pfeiffer, reports People.

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“As everybody said, it’s especially timely right now,” she added. “I feel very honoured to be amongst you all and very honoured, after many decades in this industry, to feel the support and coming together of everybody in this industry this week. So thank you very much.”

Earlier this week, Paltrow revealed how, when she was just 22, Weinstein invited her up to his hotel room, where he attempted to give her a massage and invited her into the bedroom; she managed to exit, but admitted she was “petrified” that her refusal to sleep with him would cost her a role in the film he was producing, “Emma”.