Quentin Tarantino breaks silence on Harvey Weinstein allegations: 'I'm stunned and heartbroken'

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The two are pictured here at the premiere of Weinstein Co.'s "Inglourious Basterds" held on August 10, 2009 in Hollywood, California.

Amber Tamblyn is sharing Quentin Tarantino's thoughts regarding the steady stream of sexual harassment and assault allegations coming out against Harvey Weinstein over the past week.

Tarantino issued a statement via actress/director Amber Tamblyn's Twitter account on Thursday (October 12), describing himself as "stunned and heartbroken" about the allegations facing Weinstein.

She prefaced the tweet by saying she had a "long dinner with my friend Quentin Tarantino", who asked her to share the comment.

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Weinstein and Tarantino have worked together since the former distributed the latter's 1992 breakout film Reservoir Dogs.

The Weinstein Company also released Tarantino's films "Django Unchained" (2012 ) and "Inglorious Basterds" (2009), which rank among the company's highest-grossing films.

While the evidence overwhelming, drawing up a portrait in the shape of a predator of the producer, Quentin Tarantino is not expressed.

Just last month, Weinstein threw an engagement party for the 54-year-old after it was revealed he proposed to girlfriend, 33-year-old singer, actress and model Daniella Pick. I need a few days to overcome my pain, my emotions, my anger and my memories, after which I'll express myself publicly.