Stone recalls the interrogation scene for the first time. “After we shot Basic Instinct, I was called to watch it. Not on my own with the director as anyone would have guessed, given the situation that has given us all the pause, so to speak, But with a room full of agents and R. lawyers, most of whom had nothing to do with the project, “she wrote.
“That’s why I saw my vagina for the first time, when I was told, ‘We can’t see anything – I just need to take off your panties, because white is reflecting light, so we know your Have panties. ” ”
According to Stone, she “went to the projection booth, slapped (director) Paul (Verhoeven), in the face, left, went to my car, and called my lawyer, Marty Singer.”
While the 63-year-old star, who played the suspect Catherine Trammell in the murder, admitted that “there are many perspectives on the subject,” she says that, “one with a vagina … as other perspectives are nonsense” * t. ”
After consulting with her attorney, Stone said, she eventually did not seek a prohibition on the controversial scene, according to an excerpt from Vanity Fair. “Why? Because it was right for the film and for the character; and because, after all, I did it,” she wrote.
Warrowen previously denied that Stone had not agreed to film her crotch because she had crossed and unsold her legs.
“Sharon is lying,” he told ICON in 2017. “Any actress knows what she is going to see if you ask her to take off her underwear and point at the camera there.”
A representative from Warrowen refused to comment on the matter on Friday.
Stone’s memoir also details some sexual harassment that occurred during her sex career – particularly by a producer advising her to sleep with a male co-star to improve “onscreen chemistry”.
“I felt they could hire a co-star with talent, someone who could present the scene and remember its lines.”