News Cara Delevingne Wants Sexual Assault Victims to Speak Up in Wake of Harvey Weinstein Allegations By Jonathan Borge Jonathan Borge Instagram Twitter Jonathan Borge is a writer and editor living in New York City. His writing has appeared in Glamour, Refinery29, Forbes, and PAPER, among other publications. Plus, he's held staff positions at Marie Claire, InStyle, and OprahDaily.com. Currently, he's the Senior Entertainment Editor at Bustle Digital Group's Elite Daily, where he oversees digital covers, features and profiles, freelance essays, and strategy for the site's TV/Movies and Celebrity and Music sub-verticals.He primarily writes about pop culture and style, and has a passion for telling LGBTQ+ and Latinx stories. When he's not working, he's likely waiting for Lady Gaga to announce her next tour. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on December 5, 2017 @ 12:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email Cara Delevingne accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment in October, when she shared an Instagram post in which she detailed her experience with the movie producer while meeting about Tulip Fever, a film produced by the Weinstein Company in 2014. The model claimed Weinstein tried to have her kiss another woman in a hotel room and threatened her career over her sexual orientation. Now, the 25-year-old is reflecting on her experience vocalizing the events and hopes other victims of similar misconduct continue to do so in 2018. David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage In an interview with Vanity Fair, Delevingne agreed that sharing her story was cathartic. “The other day, on Instagram, a young person said to me that their boss called them a ‘faggot.’ And she asked, ‘Should I report them? Everyone at work said I shouldn’t.’ I was like, ‘Absolutely, you definitely should.’ What would you say to your friend?” she said. “This was just someone on Instagram, but it speaks to what I’d like to see in 2018, which is people speaking up and talking about things, no matter how painful they my [sic] be. The things that make you uncomfortable are what is important because that’s what’s going to help change the world and make a difference.” Harvey Weinstein Resigns from Directors Guild of America Dozens of women in Hollywood have indeed shared their harassment stories after Delevingne did, and she hopes for a better 2018. “It’s going to be a brighter 2018. A glittier one,” she said.