Sharon Stone refused to sit on the lap of a “lustful” director

Sharon Stone has revealed she was abused on a film set after refusing to sit in a director’s lap.

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The actress detailed this disturbing incident in an interview with “Town & Country” magazine, noting that she was reprimanded after defending herself, without naming the director or the production.

“He (the director) was telling me that I should sit on his lap to get the stage direction and when I told him I wasn’t going to sit on his lap he sent me back to my room.” lodge. That’s how it happened, ”she said.

During the discussion, Sharon Stone also recalled becoming a global sex symbol after her role in the 1992 thriller “Basic Instinct”, noting that she did not understand the hype, despite the now iconic scene in the movie. film where she shows her crotch.

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“People, I guess, really needed a sex symbol. I mean, I never thought I was so sexy. When I did “Basic Instinct” I explored my dark side and made friends with my dark side. I learned not to be afraid of my inner self. I think people find it sexy, ”concluded Sharon Stone.


A former director of the Hospital joins as a medical volunteer

He former director of Hospital of Plottier, Marcelo Di Peto, will join as voluntary to the medical clinic of that institution to collaborate and bring some relief to health personnel, after the increase in positive cases of Covid-19 in that town.

Di Peto is a clinical doctor, councilor and director of the Sanitary Station of the Cooperativa de Servicios Público de Plottier, in addition to working in private practice. He was also director of the Hospital de Plottier for about three years, when he was still at the old headquarters.

I have volunteered since the pandemic started. I worked in the old hospital, also in other pandemics like Flu A, although they were not of these characteristics. But I know about the fatigue, the exhaustion of colleagues, that is why I made myself available to its director Francisco Facci so that he can count on me”Di Peto told LM Neuquén.

I point out that he will join the medical clinic hospitalization staff when the Director of Medical Attention, Rafael Palomino, so decides.

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He said that when Governor Omar Gutiérrez launched the volunteer proposal, the process was streamlined. He also agreed that “the staff recognized that they were exhausted, due to the wear and tear of these months, when there are staff on leave, set aside for being a risk factor.” While adding: “It makes me sick to see colleagues tired from so much work, I know what they are going through. I don’t mind doing guards. “

He pointed out that five people died in Plottier from Covid-19, but 270 did also since the beginning of the pandemic for other reasons, hence the need to attend to all pathologies per se.

The doctor invited his colleagues who work in private activity or who are retired to join this volunteer service in this context of health emergency. “I want to urge the rest of the retired doctors or those who are in private practices to join the hospital work. Most have gone through the public sector and know the mystique of hospitals. Let them join in, it will rejuvenate them ”, he assured LMN.

He indicated that any experience they can contribute, in addition to specialties with great demand, will be welcomed in the local public health system.


Navalny was guarded during his trip to Siberia – Europe

Alexei Navalny, during the trip to Siberia, would have been subjected to extensive surveillance by the government, before feeling ill due to a suspected poisoning. The Russian newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets writes, citing police sources, according to the Guardian. “The security services are inclined to believe that if the events related to a poisoning occurred, they probably occurred at the airport or on the plane,” writes the Russian newspaper. According to the Guardian, the leak was piloted precisely to prove that Navalny was not poisoned in the city.

To the Russian newspaper, police sources described Navalny’s movements and meetings in Tomsk (the last city he visited before heading to the airport), identifying the apartment he was in, monitoring a sushi delivery, collecting his receipts from a local shop and following him on a short trip out of town for an evening swim in the Tom River. Commenting on the article in the Russian newspaper, Navalny’s press officer Kira Yarmysh said: “We were aware that we were being followed. It always happens when Alexei goes to the regions for a business trip. So the detail doesn’t surprise us at all. . What is surprising is the fact that they have decided to reveal it to the public so casually, as if it was not a big deal to follow ordinary citizens and even look at supermarket receipts. “

“Now Alexey Navalny is at the Charitè hospital in Berlin where the doctors are giving him a complete check-up. Results and prognosis will not be obtained before a few days, but his condition remains stable”: to give the first information on the Russian dissident is its chief of staff Leonid Volkov on facebook, shared on twitter by spokeswoman Kira Yarmush. “An important phase has been overcome – writes Volkov -: what seemed almost impossible yesterday morning, when in Omsk they categorically refused to allow the patient to be transported, is now done. Both the Charite doctors and those in intensive care have argued that Navalny could cope with air travel and that it was the right thing for his health. ” “This would not have been possible without the work and help of a large number of people – he says -, many of whom spent 48 sleepless hours from Thursday to Saturday morning”. His thanks go to, among others, “those who protested the cause, those who wrote on social networks, made complaints, those who went to the hospital in Omsk”. Thanks also addressed “to the Russian embassies around the world” who “helped”. Volkov then thanked Russian philanthropist Boris Zimin and his Family Fund, who paid for the necessary expenses for the flight and the necessary medical equipment on board the plane. Thanks also to Germany: “Both the German government and Chancellor Merkel have personally provided international support to help resolve many bureaucratic and security issues,” he concluded.