Ashley Judd, who’s been one of the faces of Hollywood in the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault allegations, said on Monday she has not yet spoken with her lawyer about the accusations.
The actress said on Twitter on Monday that she had spoken with “my lawyer.”
Judd is a frequent source of criticism for Hollywood’s silence on sexual harassment and assault in the industry.
A spokeswoman for Judd said Monday that the actress had not spoken to her lawyer, and that her statement would come “at a later date.”
She also said Judd had not made a statement on the allegations.
The Hollywood Reporter reported last month that Judd had filed a lawsuit against her former co-star, Kevin Spacey, alleging sexual harassment, assault and retaliation.
The lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of New York on May 27.
Spacey has since resigned from the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Judd, who was born in Manhattan, is the daughter of comedian and author Kevin Spaceys father, Jerry.
She’s married to the comedian Kevin Hart.
Juddy, who grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles, was a contestant on “Friends” and “The Apprentice,” before starring in “Glee,” “The Bachelor” and later “Gossip Girl.”