'I don't remember': Paris Hilton reveals she can't recall Harvey Weinstein 'hitting on her after following her into a women's bathroom at a gala in France when she was just 20 years old'

Paris Hilton has spoken out about Harvey Weinstein.?

The 36-year-old heiress said she can't 'remember' whether he allegedly 'hit on her' at the amfAR gala in France, when she was just 20 years old.?

Speaking to Yahoo7 Be?in Sydney on Wednesday, the beauty said:?'I don't remember, it was a long time ago.'

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'I don't remember': Paris Hilton reveals she can't recall Harvey Weinstein 'hitting on her after following her into a women's bathroom at a gala in France when she was just 20 years old'

'I don't remember': Paris Hilton reveals she can't recall Harvey Weinstein 'hitting on her after following her into a women's bathroom at a gala in France when she was just 20 years old'

Paris added that it was 'amazing' that so many women had come forward with their stories, against the disgraced American film producer, 65.?

'All girls are like sisters and everyone's coming together and really making a difference,' Paris said.

'And it's going to change the whole industry so I love that people are speaking out and support each other.'

Speaking up: Paris added that it was 'amazing' that so many women had come forward with their stories, against the disgraced American film producer, 65 (pictured)

Speaking up: Paris added that it was 'amazing' that so many women had come forward with their stories, against the disgraced American film producer, 65 (pictured)

Earlier this month, Page Six reported that Weinstein followed Paris into a bathroom when they were at the gala back in 2001.

Both Weinstein and Hilton were guests at the gala hosted by actress Elizabeth Taylor and sponsored by Weinstein's Miramax Films at the restaurant Le Moulin de Mougins.

The theme was 'A Diamond Is Forever', and Hilton arrived in a dress with $750,000 worth of diamonds sewn onto it mirroring celebrity signatures.

Reports: Earlier this month, Pager Six reported that Weinstein followed Paris into a bathroom when they were at the gala back in 2001 (She's pictured at the event)

Reports: Earlier this month, Pager Six reported that Weinstein followed Paris into a bathroom when they were at the gala back in 2001 (She's pictured at the event)

According to an eyewitness, a then-49-year-old Weinstein 'made a beeline' for Hilton when she arrived.

He allegedly used his usual line: 'Come to my office. I want to make movies with you. I can make you a star' but Hilton seemed unimpressed.

The witness told Page Six he or she strongly remembers the incident because of how aggressive Weinstein was.

Claims:?According to an eyewitness, a then-49-year-old Weinstein 'made a beeline' for Hilton when she arrived

Claims:?According to an eyewitness, a then-49-year-old Weinstein 'made a beeline' for Hilton when she arrived

During the cocktail hour, Hilton went to a women's bathroom and Weinstein allegedly followed her inside.

'He was pushing the door of the stall Paris was inside, demanding she open the door, saying he "needed to talk to her",' the witness said.

The witness says Hilton didn't open the stall door and a male event worker who had seen Weinstein follow her into the bathroom alerted security.

The alleged story: During the cocktail hour, Hilton went to a women's bathroom and Weinstein allegedly followed her inside

The alleged story: During the cocktail hour, Hilton went to a women's bathroom and Weinstein allegedly followed her inside

When a security guard entered the bathroom and ordered Weinstein to leave, the producer at first refused, allegedly saying: 'I'm a friend, it's okay'.?

'Finally, he was muscled out, and guards stood watch over Paris all night to protect her, partly because of her very valuable diamond dress and partly to keep Harvey at bay,' the witness said.

Weinstein led the charity auction for AIDS research that night and even brought Hilton onstage despite the earlier incident.?

Details: Weinstein led the charity auction for AIDS research that night and even brought Hilton onstage despite the earlier incident

Details: Weinstein led the charity auction for AIDS research that night and even brought Hilton onstage despite the earlier incident

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