Screen goddess Sharon Stone is saying “#MeToo” — and coming out swinging against Hollywood predators in her explosive upcoming memoir.
The “Ratched” star details a number of unsavory sexual harassment situations she’s endured during her 40-year career in her new memoir, “The Beauty of Living Twice,” out March 30 from Knopf.
Although she heaps praise on some film execs and co-stars (especially her “Basic Instinct” leading man Michael Douglas), Stone said one unnamed producer pressured her to have real-life sex with a male co-star on an unnamed movie to help save the fizzling film.
The flamboyant, candy-wielding producer allegedly asked her point-blank to bed her struggling leading man, the 63-year-old writes in the exclusive book excerpt in Vanity Fair. (NYPost)