Arnold Schwarzenegger Says He ‘stepped Over The Line’ With Women

Last year, allegations of sexual misconduct against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein kicked off an international conversation about the treatment of women and led to the downfall of several powerful men across several industries.
The allegations against Weinstein range from harassment to rape, include the stories of more than 80 women and span several decades. Through a spokesperson, Weinstein has repeatedly denied “any allegations of nonconsensual sex; he has pleaded not guilty to six sex crime charges in New York, including two counts of rape.
On Thursday, a New York judge dismissed one of the counts of criminal sexual act in the first degree against Weinstein.
Schwarzenegger, who left the governor’s office in 2011, was not criminally charged in connection with any of the allegations about him.
He told Men’s Health he has not changed his views on masculinity.
“I’m a guy,” Schwarzenegger said. “I would not change my view of who I am.”
The actor added “The woman I was originally most in love with was my mother.”
    “I respected her, and she was a fantastic woman,” he said. “I always had respect for women.”
    CNN has reached out to Schwarzenegger for additional comment.


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