Gwyneth Paltrow laid everything out on the table during her interview with The New York Times Magazine, even detailing her experience with disgraced Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein.

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“The one time that Harvey propositioned me was really almost the least of it in terms of how onerous that relationship was, and it was very quid pro quo and punitive, and I always felt like I was on thin ice,” she detailed.

“He could be truly horrible and mean and then be incredibly generous. It was kind of like a classic abusive relationship,” Paltrow added.

The 45-year-old had worked with Weinstein in a number of movies in the ’90s and 2000s, including the iconic “Shakespeare in Love”.

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However, this isn’t the first time the actress and “Goop” founder has spoken out about her interactions with Weinstein.

Paltrow had previously opened up to Howard Stern about Weinstein’s request for a massage from the then 22-year-old budding actress.

“We had one incident in a hotel room where he tried to make a pass at me,” she told Stern.

The mom-of-two said that she immediately told her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt about the disturbing comments, to which he allegedly told Weinstein: “If you ever make her feel uncomfortable again, I’ll kill you”.

“I was very shaken by the whole thing,” Paltrow explained. “We were at the opening of ‘Hamlet’ on Broadway, that Ralph Fiennes was in, and Brad Pitt was there. It was like the equivalent of throwing him against the wall. Energetically.”