In a recent appearance on Kelly Ripa's "Let’s Talk Off Camera" podcast, actress Sharon Stone revealed an unsettling encounter with a former Sony executive in the 1980s, accusing him of

sexual harassment. Stone, 65, recounted that during a meeting, the executive exposed himself to her, although she did not disclose his identity.

Stone described her anticipation to meet the Sony executive, dressed in a "Ralph Lauren jacket with a little ruffle on the shoulder," a "denim skirt with a big ruffle," and cowboy boots. Recalling the incident, she mentioned the unconventional office setup in the '80s, with low couches on the floor.

According to Stone, the executive praised her appearance and intelligence before abruptly exposing himself. She shared her reaction, saying, "Of course, I was very young, and what I do when I’m nervous because I’m basically a very bubbly person, I started laughing. I started laughing and crying at the same time, and I couldn't stop because I became hysterical."

Stone emphasized that the distressing encounter was not an isolated incident in her career. While expressing a willingness to accept apologies from those who mistreated her in Hollywood, she issued a warning: "Don't ever sit next to me again ever because if you sit next to me again, I'm gonna stand up in public and say, 'I said, don’t sit next to me,' so believe me. Don't sit next to me if you're a Me Too that Me Too'd me. Don't sit in that empty chair next to me unless you're gonna say sorry." Photo by Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, Wikimedia commons.