It has been quite a few months now, since Hollywood was rocked by the revelations about the sexual harassment claims against the huge producer Harvey Weinstein, which has led to a lot of the people in the business plucking up the courage to come out and talk about their own experiences with sexual harassment and sexual assault during their life.
One such star, who has spoken out about her own sexual harassment experience when she was just a 12-year-old girl, is the wonderful British actress Kaya Scodelario, who has now been talking about the reasons behind her speaking out about it. Kaya says that she has had a lot of positive support since talking about, although she does admit that she hopes that it does not define her.
During a recent chat with the folks over at Metro.co.uk, Scodelario explained, "The response was wonderful, it was a relief but I am still dealing with it, and I am now dealing with a new side of it, which is this. I will be asked about it forever now. I hope it doesn't define me but it will always be under my name and I accept that - but I am proud I was brave enough to do it and I am grateful for the support I had from friends."
As far as her acting career is concerned, Kaya Scodelario is returning in the role of Teresa in the upcoming new movie sequel Maze Runner: The Death Cure, which is due to hit the big screen on January 26 in both the US and the UK.