Sharing similar sentiments as other Weinstein accusers, Noble told CBS News that Weinstein lured her into his hotel room, promising a movie role, and also claimed in her suit that the mogul "recruits, solicits and entices young female actresses".
On Monday, Noble filed a lawsuit against the disgraced movie producer under a federal sex-trafficking statute.
Producer Harvey Weinstein speaks at the ceremony for the unveiling of the star for Italian composer Ennio Morricone on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California February 26, 2016. "Mr. Weinstein denies allegations of non-consensual sex", said reps for Harvey Weinstein in language they've used before. "Harvey Weinstein ultimately forced Kadian into sexual acts".
She alleges Weinstein told her they could work together if she was "a good girl" and did "whatever he wished". Noble says that Weinstein began massaging her, then groping her.
Her lawsuit claims Harvey Weinstein asked her to his Le Majestic hotel room in Cannes in 2014 "to review her reel with her and discuss further steps in securing the role he had previously targeted for her". "He was someone that I thought was going to make my dream a reality", Noble said of her former thoughts of the mogul.
'Harvey Weinstein traveled in foreign commerce, knowingly recruiting or enticing Kadian, offering her something of value, knowing that he would use this offer as a means to defraud, force or coerce her into a sexual encounter, ' reads the complaint.More news: This Avengers: Infinity War Teaser Will Definitely Make You Cry
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He then "forcibly pulled Kadian into the bathroom, told her "to relax while he gripped her firmly" and 'started to rub Kadian's breast and buttocks" states the complaint.
She is now demanding a jury trial and unspecified damages in the suit, which also names Harvey's brother Bob and The Weinstein Company as co-defendants.
The downfall of Harvey Weinstein continues. The lawsuit claims employees "knew to "take care" of the FOH's". "If the USA prosecutors balk at the enormity of what they must do, the civil court in the United Kingdom may offer Weinstein's alleged British victims some hope of recognition and justice", she wrote.
According to Noble's lawsuit, it was "common practice" of Weinstein and "well-known" to his brother Bob Weinstein that Harvey Weinstein would travel overseas and to different states to recruit, solicit and entice young female actresses with promises of film roles only to then use force, fraud or coercion to engage them in sex.
The Weinstein Company did not reply to a request for comment from HuffPost.