Teigen commented on Seal's post, where he claimed that Oprah "heard the rumours but you had no idea he was actually serially assaulting young stary-eyed [sic] actresses who in turn had no idea what they were getting into".
But Chrissy Teigen wasn't having any of it, and implied that maybe Seal wasn't in a position to be talking on this subject. "Hmm. Let's just say we've all heard things about each other, haven't we", so the model, who is now pregnant with her second child with singer husband John Legend, wrote, which received many likes.
While some agreed with Seal's stance, others took him to task on Twitter, with a number of fans pointing out that his ex-wife Heidi Klum has also brushed elbows with Weinstein before.
Seal isn't the only public figure who doesn't think Winfrey would make a great president.
'For too long, women have not been heard or believed, ' Winfrey said.
"I do love Oprah". But you know what?
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On Sunday, two days after the book's release, WikiLeaks tweeted a link to an electronic image of the text. One thing that was depressing about this interview was to watch Miller go after Steve Bannon.
"I'll beat Oprah. Oprah would be a lot of fun", Trump said. She has made it clear during other public utterances on the scandal that the cultural shift under way went much further than Weinstein's crimes alone.
Winfrey's speech was praised and some suggested that she should run for office in 2020.
"She launched a rocket tonight. I don't think she had any intention (of declaring), but now she doesn't have a choice", Streep told The Washington Post on Sunday night.
In the video he said: 'Let me start by saying I have an enormous amount of respect for everything Oprah has contributed in her life.
"She did not want it to be a political speech", King said.
She alleges that she met with the producer in a hotel room to show her his showreel, but in fact he just wanted to use her for sex.