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    Jennifer Lawrence Said The Rumor About Her And Harvey Weinstein Was The Most "Bizarre" Thing She Ever Read About Herself

    The actor shared the opposite-of-a-fact for Vogue's 73 Questions series.

    Discussion of sexual assault follows.

    When it comes to press, Jennifer Lawrence is basically everywhere right now.

    Jennifer walking outside in a casual dress and sunglasses

    Yesterday, the actor broke her silence on her first baby with husband Cooke Maroney, sharing as part of a Vogue cover story interview that the couple welcomed a baby boy named Cy.

    Jennifer walks outside while wearing baggy jeans, a cropped t-shirt and holding an umbrella over her head

    Today, she's the latest participant in Vogue's 73 Questions video series, revealing all there is to reveal.

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    One of the many questions Jennifer fields is, "What's the most bizarre thing you've ever read about yourself?"

    In the video, Jennifer takes a beat to think before replying, "That I fucked Harvey Weinstein."

    This isn't the first time Jennifer has addressed rumors of a relationship with Harvey.

    Jennifer poses for photographers outside a building

    In 2018, a "Jane Doe" lawsuit was filed against Harvey, alleging that he had claimed to have an affair with Jennifer while committing sexual assault against the plaintiff.

    At the time, Jennifer issued a statement regarding the lawsuit's claims, denying that she had any sort of relationship with the convicted rapist.

    “My heart breaks for all the women who were victimized by Harvey Weinstein,” Lawrence said. “I have never had anything but a professional relationship with him. This is yet another example of the predatory tactics and lies that he engaged in to lure countless women.”

    Watch Jennifer's entire 73 Questions video here.

    If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE, which routes the caller to their nearest sexual assault service provider. You can also search for your local center here.