"We had one incident in a hotel room where he tried to make a pass at me", she said, saying that he requested she give him a massage. "He said, 'If you ever make her feel uncomfortable again, I'll kill you, ' or something like that", recalls Paltrow.
"I think [my parents] appreciated how he's super intelligent and he's really, really talented and so amusing, but he was not in a good place in his life to have a girlfriend", she confessed.More news: Chris Hemsworth Dances To 'Wrecking Ball' With His Kids
Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow attend "The Pallbearer" New York City premiere on April 28, 1996 at the Tribeca Film Center in New York City.
"It was weird", she said, adding that she'd never before experienced any inappropriate behaviour from the man whom many other women have labelled "the monster".
However, she revealed in October a year ago that she was among the dozens of women that Weinstein harassed over several decades.
It makes ideal sense now that it would be Brad's production company Plan B, and Annapurna Pictures, that will be producing a movie based on the New York Times' stellar coverage on Harvey's sexual harassment story. I was alone in a room with [Harvey]...it was out of the blue. And I had two movies - I had signed up to two movies with him.More news: Elon Musk Ramps Up War With Press, Accuses Media of 'Sugarcoating' Lies
She added: "It was, it was fantastic".
"I was a kid, I was signed up, I was petrified", Paltrow, who was 22-years-old at the time, told The New York Times.
The actress called Pitt "the best" for protecting her.
Paltow, to this day, is grateful for what her then-boyfriend did for her. "He screamed at me for a long time". "He's very emotionally intelligent, and I think he's a really good person to try [marriage] with, you know?"More news: Man United set to pull out of £53m deal to sign Brazilian