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Sharon Stone on supporting the fight against AIDS: “I couldn’t get a job”

The actress Sharon Stone recalled, to the Hollywood Reporter, this Tuesday (9), that I couldn’t get jobs when she supported the fight against AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) in the 1990s. She said she was boycotted after being invited to represent the American Foundation for AIDS Research.

The artist accepted the proposal and was the institution’s spokesperson for about two decades.I couldn’t get roles. I couldn’t get a job. People rejected me without me knowing. I competed for a spot in a beautiful film written by a writer — I won’t say who it was — and I never even received the script. To this day, he can’t believe I didn’t read his script,” the actress commented.

Stone also says that her press officer, at the time, warned her about the dangers of becoming a foundation representative . “We were on a little side street in Cannes, in the dark, and she said, ‘If you do this, it will ruin your career.’ And I said, ‘I know.’ And she said, ‘But if you don’t, I don’t think I could ever speak to you again,’” he recalled.

In the same interview, Sharon Stone also commented on controversial statements defending actor Kevin Spacey, who has been accused of sexual abuse. She defended his return to Hollywood and said that he “apologized to everyone he offended.”

“There is so much hatred for him because in his case it was man with man. That is why he is not allowed to come back [a trabalhar]: why he offended men “, he completed.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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