Blade Runner star Sean Young is the latest actress to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment.
The actress, 57, claims the movie mogul exposed himself to her in the early 1990s while working on Love Crimes, which was produced by Miramax.
“I personally experienced him pulling his you-know-what out of his pants to shock me,” she said on the Dudley and Bob with Matt Show podcast Thursday. “My basic response was, ‘You know, Harvey, I really don’t think you should be pulling that thing out, it’s not very pretty. ‘”
The actress said she never worked with Weinstein again after the alleged incident.
“Then never having another meeting with that guy again, because it was like, ‘What on earth?’” she said.
Young also said her reputation took a hit after she rejected Weinstein’s alleged advances.
“The minute you actually stand up for yourself in Hollywood, you’re the crazy one,” she said. “I think that’s why a lot of women don’t come out and didn’t come out about their experiences about that kind of lewdness and ridiculousness with Harvey.”
More than 40 women have come forward to accuse Weinstein of sexually inappropriate behavior since a New York Times report first revealed allegations of abuse spanning decades.
Actresses Asia Argento, Rose McGowan, Lysette Anthony and Lucia Evans have all claimed they were forced to perform a sex act by Weinstein. In a subsequent report by the New Yorker, another unnamed woman alleged the producer had raped her. According to the New York Times, Weinstein has reached civil settlements with eight different women relating to inappropriate sexual behavior.
The LAPD announced Thursday that the Robbery Homicide Division has interviewed another potential sexual assault victim, an unnamed Italian actress. New York police have already launched two active sex crime investigation into Weinstein, and London’s Metropolitan police are looking into allegations made by three other women.
Weinstein has since been removed from his company and his wife, Georgina Chapman, has separated from him.
A spokesperson for Weinstein previously told PEOPLE in a statement that “any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein.”