The movie mogul, who has been accused of sexual harassment by a number of actresses, is said to have propositioned the TV presenter during the Cannes Film Festival in 2010.
Klass is then said to have told him to ‘f*** off’.
After interviewing him for news channel CNN, Klass reportedly met with Weinstein the following day for a lunch meeting, where she thought they would discuss work opportunities.
Weinstein, who was married at the time, is accused of assuming Myleene would have sex with him and intended to keep her silent with a ‘confidentiality agreement’, according to The Sun.
However, upon hearing his offer Klass reportedly fled the lunch feeling ‘disgusted and angry’.
A friend of the former Hear’Say singer claimed: ‘She thought his intentions were genuine. But as soon as she found out what he really wanted, she told him to f*** off.’
That same year, Klass spoke about an encounter with a big ‘Hollywood star’ whose PA handed her a confidentiality contract.
She said it would ‘bring Hollywood down’ if she named him.
‘About six months ago, a newly married Hollywood star asked me to sign some kind of sex contract with him. I just thought, “Mate, which planet are you from?”
‘I met him a few times and when I went to interview him it was like something out of a film. We were having lunch and as the starter arrived he launched into it.
‘I was like, “Bugger, I’ve got main and dessert to go – I’m stuck here”.’
She added: ‘Then his PA came over with a confidentiality contract. I just thought, “Oh my God, your poor wife.” I don’t want to be a marriage-wrecker.’
Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by up to 30 women so far, including three rape allegations.
He has ‘unequivocally denied’ any allegations of non-consensual sex. However, he admitted he has made ‘mistakes’.
Meanwhile, London’s Metropolitan Police have begun to investigate allegations against the Hollywood producer.
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