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Taylor Swift says she barely interacted with Harvey Weinstein on projects they both worked on


Harvey Weinstein and Taylor Swift at a "Finding Neverland" event in New York in April 2014. (Donald Bowers)

Taylor Swift says her interactions with disgraced moviemaker Harvey Weinstein were minimal during the projects they both worked on.

The pop star, 29, provided a song for the 2013 Weinstein movie “One Chance” and had a supporting role in 2014’s “The Giver.” She told The Guardian that she never spent any time alone with Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by dozens of women.

“He’d call my management and be like, ‘Does she have a song for this film?’ And I’d be like, ‘Here it is,’” Swift told the British outlet.

“And then I’d be at the Golden Globes. I absolutely never hung out. And I would get a vibe ? I would never vouch for him. I believe women who come forward, I believe victims who come forward, I believe men who come forward.”

Weinstein has contended all of his sexual encounters were consensual. Swift told The Guardian that she was never propositioned by Weinstein, whose charges in New York include rape and predatory sexual assault.

During her wide-ranging interview with the newspaper, Swift spoke about going to court in 2017 for a case in which she accused radio DJ David Mueller of groping her at a meet-and-greet days earlier. She said it was the first time she’d dealt with such an incident, publicly or privately.

“I’m really lucky that it hadn’t happened to me before,” Swift said. “But that was one of the reasons it was so traumatising. I just didn’t know that could happen. It was really brazen, in front of seven people.”

Swift now has security cameras at all meet-and-greet events, she said.