Matt Damon and George Clooney opened up about the predatory behavior of their some-times boss and one-time friend Harvey Weinstein on 'Good Morning America.'
In an interview that aired on Monday morning, both men said that they knew Weinstein was a 'bully' and 'womanizer' who bragged of bedding actresses, but had no idea about the level of criminal behavior that was occurring behind closed doors in hotels.
Damon also confessed that he was aware Weinstein had sexually harassed 'the first lady of Miramax' Gwyneth Paltrow just before the actress shot the 1996 film adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Emma' for the studio.
'I knew the story about Gwyneth from Ben [Affleck] because he was with her after Brad [Pitt] and so I knew that story,' said Damon.
'But I was working with Gwyneth and with Harvey on [the 1999 film "The Talented Mr.] Ripley."
He then added: ' I never talked to Gwyneth about it but Ben told me that whatever or agreement they had come to there was an understanding ... and he treated her incredibly respectfully. Always.'
This admission will no doubt lead to more backlash for Damon, who was one of the last people to speak out against Weinstein while at the same time being one of the few to confess that they were in fact aware of at least one incident.