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However, the French-born model and actor said his success led him to fighting off unwanted sexual advances in Hollywood. Marini made the comments in connection to the recent scandal concerning Harvey Weinstein that has rocked Hollywood. The Oscar-winning producer has been accused of sexual harassment, assault and rape - and the list kept growing this week. But more accusers emerged Monday alleging Weinstein's behaviour goes back to the '70s. His rep has repeatedly said in a statement that "any allegations of nonconsensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr.
French model-actor Gilles Marini is shown in this undated publicity photograph from the film "Sex and the City. I have never done so much press in my life or received so many emails. Since the world premiere in London four weeks ago, Marini said he had received over 17, hits on his MySpace page and job offers have been rolling in but he is taking his time before deciding on his next move. To handle the attention, Marini has taken on a publicist who is getting word out on the relatively unknown star. Marini, who has a Greek mother and Italian father, has worked as a model for years, most notably as a runway model for Georgio Armani in Milan.