Natasha Henstridge Speaks Out About Brett Ratner Sexual Assault Allegation: I Was ‘Terrified’

Natasha Henstridge spoke to Megyn Kelly this morning to share her story about director Brett Ratner allegedly sexually assaulting her.

She described how she had been hanging with a few people at an apartment years ago, and when she woke up, it was only her and Ratner there.

Henstridge said she tried to go, but “he was not going to allow me to leave… he blocked the door and didn’t let me leave, it got really scary from there.”

She was one of several women who spoke to the LA Times recently about horrific behavior they witnessed from Ratner, saying that the director “physically forced himself on me.”

Henstridge told Kelly today she was “terrified,” making the point that herself and a lot of other women were too scared for the longest time to speak out.

And Henstridge also opened up about a disturbing encounter with Harvey Weinstein, saying that “he pleasured himself in front of me.”

Watch above, via NBC.

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