To address any lingering concern about Harvey Weinstein's behaviour, Maerov said he successfully pushed a new code of conduct at the company that included a detailed description of sexual harassment.
At least one other unnamed woman said she was raped by Weinstein, but the article did not disclose when it where it happened.
Revelations that the Hollywood mogul sexually harassed women for almost three decades prompted three of the company's nine board members to resign, according to The New York Times which broke the news in a bombshell report earlier this week.
When the interview was finished, Masse said, Weinstein hugged her tight and said, "I love you". "I found that it's quite easy not to masturbate in front of my employees, in fact its one of the easiest things I don't do".
"I had one experience with a French director, he was going to cast me in a role that required the character had an orgasm and he said to know whether I should be cast he should find out what orgasms I had".
"At first he started talking about career stuff, and how he wanted to fly me to NY and give me a role in Sarah Jessica Parker's new film", Barth recalled on CNN's New Day morning show.
She ended up getting cast in The Weinstein Co.'s 2017 film, "Tulip Fever".
Since then, the story has developed continuously, with a large number of women coming forward to claim they were sexually harassed by Weinstein - allegations he has denied. "I'm not doing OK but I'm trying". The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has schedule a special meeting on Saturday, when its board of governors will decide how to respond to the allegations against Weinstein.
"Then, the women contend, he variously tried to initiate massages, touched them inappropriately, took off his clothes or offered them explicit work-for-sex deals", according to the New York Times.
"In case you didn't realize, it has been a huge week for women", the "Full Frontal" host said at the top of the show.
Police in NY tell the BBC they are looking to speak to an individual regarding an allegation against Weinstein dating from 2004.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane addresses a joke he made about Weinstein's sexual conduct at the 2013 Oscar nominations, saying chose to speak out after a co-star had been harassed by the producer.
Samantha Bee has a message for all the "creeps" in Hollywood: "We know who you are". Prime Minister Theresa May says a decision about the honour would not lie with Downing Street.
Pierre Lescure, the festival president, and general delegate Thierry Fremaux, wrote in a joint statement: "These actions point to a pattern of behavior that merits only the clearest and most unequivocal condemnation".
She explained that the producer, with whom she has worked on several movies, has never harmed her. "Our thoughts go out the victims, to those who have had the courage to testify and to all the others".