"Let's hope this statement supports the actresses and actors all over..."

Björk has spoken out over her experiences of sexual harassment at the hands of an unnamed film director.

The Icelandic artist has penned the note following a week of claims against the powerful Hollywood mogul Harvey Winstein.

Detecting a real shift in the manner in which these claims have been treated, the singer has published the note after being "inspired by the women everywhere who are speaking up online".

Björk claims that she was sexually harassed by the unnamed director, and that after she shunned his advances "he sulked and punished me and created for his team an impressive net of illusion where i was framed as the difficult one".

Walking away from the project, the artist writes that she believes "the director was fully aware of this game and i am sure of that the film he made after was based on his experiences with me".

Find the full note below.

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