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Ashley Judd steps out in green skinny jeans in NYC

Before her first TV interview since her Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment claims, Ashley Judd was spotted strolling though the Big Apple’s bustling streets on Wednesday.

The 49-year-old actress-activist – who relies on stylist Samantha McMillen – donned a floppy beige hat, matching wedges, green skinny jeans, and a tan cardigan for her New York outing.

The two-time Golden Globe nominee was one of the first to come forward and publicly accuse the disgraced 65-year-old movie mogul of asking for a massage and to watch her shower in his Peninsula Hotel suite in 1996.

  

Brave: Before her first TV interview since her Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment claims, Ashley Judd was spotted strolling though the Big Apple’s bustling streets on Wednesday

From Nashville to NYC: The 49-year-old actress-activist donned a floppy beige hat, matching wedges, green skinny jeans, and a tan cardigan for her New York outing

From Nashville to NYC: The 49-year-old actress-activist donned a floppy beige hat, matching wedges, green skinny jeans, and a tan cardigan for her New York outing

More than 50 women have since come forward with similar tales, to which Ashley told GMA on Thursday: ‘It’s very – it’s very gross. It’s very gross.’

‘He kept coming at me with all this other stuff, and finally I just said, “When I win an Oscar in one of your movies, okay?” And he was like, “Yeah, when you get nominated.” And I said, “No! When I win an Oscar.’ And I fled. I just fled,’ Judd recalled.

‘Am I proud of that? I’m of two minds: The part that shames myself says no. The part of me that understands the way shame works says, “That was absolutely brilliant. Good job, kid. You got out of there. Well done.”‘

The Women’s Marcher reacted to a photo of herself with Weinstein at a 1997 Oscar party: ‘I hoped I wouldn’t pass him, but I did and he obviously grabbed my hand. It’s like the look on my face is abject terror. Like I can see it in my eyes.’ 

'I just fled': The two-time Golden Globe nominee was one of the first to come forward and publicly accuse the disgraced 65-year-old movie mogul of asking for a massage and to watch her shower in his Peninsula Hotel suite in 1996 

‘I just fled’: The two-time Golden Globe nominee was one of the first to come forward and publicly accuse the disgraced 65-year-old movie mogul of asking for a massage and to watch her shower in his Peninsula Hotel suite in 1996 

'You are sick': More than 50 women have since come forward with similar tales, to which Ashley told GMA on Thursday, 'It's very - it's very gross. It's very gross' 

‘You are sick’: More than 50 women have since come forward with similar tales, to which Ashley told GMA on Thursday, ‘It’s very – it’s very gross. It’s very gross’ 

Judd reacted to a photo of herself with Weinstein at a 1997 Oscar party: 'I hoped I wouldn't pass him, but I did and he obviously grabbed my hand. It's like the look on my face is abject terror. Like I can see it in my eyes' 

Judd reacted to a photo of herself with Weinstein at a 1997 Oscar party: ‘I hoped I wouldn’t pass him, but I did and he obviously grabbed my hand. It’s like the look on my face is abject terror. Like I can see it in my eyes’ 

The Twin Peaks actress wants Harvey imprisoned if he indeed raped these women, but if she saw him now she’d say: ‘I love you and I understand that you are sick and suffering and there is help for a guy like you too and it’s entirely up to you to get that help.’

Ashley – whose family includes Naomi & Wynonna Judd – will be honored Thursday night with the WMC Speaking Truth to Power Award at the Women’s Media Awards at Manhattan’s Capitale.

Judd currently plays Chief of Station BB Yates in the second season of the espionage drama Berlin Station, which airs Mondays on Epix.

The AcroYoga enthusiast – who holds an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Union College – is also enrolled at UC Berkeley pursuing a PhD in Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy.

Rewarded for efforts: The Women's Marcher will be honored Thursday night with the WMC Speaking Truth to Power Award at the Women¿s Media Awards at Manhattan's Capitale

Rewarded for efforts: The Women’s Marcher will be honored Thursday night with the WMC Speaking Truth to Power Award at the Women’s Media Awards at Manhattan’s Capitale

'The Station Whisperer': The Twin Peaks actress currently plays Chief of Station BB Yates in the second season of the espionage drama Berlin Station, which airs Mondays on Epix

‘The Station Whisperer’: The Twin Peaks actress currently plays Chief of Station BB Yates in the second season of the espionage drama Berlin Station, which airs Mondays on Epix

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