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On Saturday, the New York Times published an interview with Uma Thurman where she accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault (an allegation he later denied) and claimed that director Quentin Tarantino forced the actress into a dangerous situation on the set of Kill Bill. Now, a list of celebrities has responded in her defense. 

Jessica Chastain stood by Thurman with a series of tweets, while Evan Rachel Wood joined the chorus by writing of her love and support. Asia Argento—who also accused Weinstein of sexual assault—expressed her hatred for Tarantino, saying, "Weinstein and Tarantino, what a pair! A serial rapist and a near murderer." When the allegations against Weinstein started in October 2017, Tarantino said he was "heartbroken."

Judd Apatow claimed that this is not the only time Tarantino has ignored the concerns of an actress. "Tarantino also ignored Daryl Hannah’s complaints when she was harassed by Harvey Weinstein. They kicked her off the press tour. Nobody helped her... This is why Weinstein wasn’t stopped. $$$$," he wrote. Check out the series of Twitter reactions below.

Ive a small request, instead of labeling a woman as 'emotionally unstable' go deeper. What did she endure that led her to this place? We are the sum of our experiences. This is an industry built on power & dominance. She isn't crazy. Start a conversation & let the healing begin.

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 4, 2018

Uma Thurman has seen the inside of our industry for 30yrs. I have great respect for her. She is a warrior.https://t.co/xVQp0uzK5Z pic.twitter.com/6l6LY0zbLh

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 3, 2018

Ive a small request, instead of labeling a woman as 'emotionally unstable' go deeper. What did she endure that led her to this place? We are the sum of our experiences. This is an industry built on power & dominance. She isn't crazy. Start a conversation & let the healing begin.

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 4, 2018

I keep imagining Tarantino spitting in Uma's face and strangling her with a chain for KILL BILL. How many images of women in media do we celebrate that showcase abuse? When did this become normalized 'entertainment'?

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 4, 2018

When violence against women is used as a plot device to make the characters stronger then we have a problem. It is not empowering to be beaten and raped, yet so many films make it their 'pheonix' moment for women. We don't need abuse in order to be powerful. We already are.

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 4, 2018

Directors inserting themselves into a scene depicting abuse is crossing a boundary. How can an actor feel safe when your director is strangling you?

— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) February 4, 2018

FUCK TARANTINO FOREVER

— Asia Argento (@AsiaArgento) February 3, 2018

Weinstein and Tarantino, what a pair! A serial rapist and a near murderer. It’s no fucking joke what these abhorrent criminals did to Uma Thurman, before and after #KillBill. They put her life, her dignity, her sanity in danger. Burn in hell you sick fucks. pic.twitter.com/VpD2oT1ETZ

— Asia Argento (@AsiaArgento) February 3, 2018

Tarantino also ignored Daryl Hannah’s complaints when she was harassed by Harvey Weinstein.They kicked her off the press tour.Nobody helped her. And now Tarantino is going to make a movie about Polanski. Why is someone financing this? This is why Weinstein wasn’t stopped. $$$$ https://t.co/WlSVFEoVN4

— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) February 3, 2018

Love you Uma. You have always been an inspiration to me. Thank you for your brutal honesty. Not just about Harvey but about the risks we sometimes take with our lives. | This Is Why Uma Thurman Is Angry - The New York Times https://t.co/2MbKB05Xtz

— #EvanRachelWould (@evanrachelwood) February 3, 2018

Thurman, who starred in Tarantino's Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill franchise, claimed that the director pressured her into driving a car for a scene, despite her protesting that she did not feel comfortable and requesting a body double. Thurman referred to the car as a "death-box." The stunt resulted in injury after the car Thurman was driving crashed. Thurman also alleged that Tarantino spat in her face and strangled her with a chain for two separate scenes.