Sharon Stone Sex Accusations Gets Billy Baldwin Clapping Back

By Charlene Badasie | Published

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Billy Baldwin has offered a harsh response to Sharon Stone, who recently revealed that she was asked to have sex with the actor by Sliver producer Robert Evans to make the 1993 thriller better. In a post on X, Stone’s former co-star threatened to “write a book and tell the many, many disturbing, kinky and unprofessional tales about Sharon”

“I have so much dirt on her [Sharon Stone] it would make her head spin, but I’ve kept quiet.”

Billy Baldwin

“Not sure why Sharon Stone keeps [sic] talking about me all these years later?” Baldwin wrote. “Does she still have a crush on me, or is she still hurt after all these years because I shunned her advances? Did she say to her gal pal Janice Dickinson the day after I screen-tested and ran into them on our MGM Grand flight back to New York, ‘I’m gonna make him fall so hard for me, it’s gonna make his head spin?'”

Baldwin’s rant comes after Sharon Stone told the Louis Theroux podcast that she was “nearly forced” to have sex with her co-star when Silver was being filmed.

“I have so much dirt on her it would make her head spin, but I’ve kept quiet,” Baldwin added. The actor also revealed that he had a meeting with Robert Evans (who died in 2019), asking for creative control over the now-infamous sex scene so he would not have to kiss Sharon Stone. He went on to describe the conversation as “absolute legend.”

Baldwin’s rant comes after Sharon Stone told the Louis Theroux podcast that she was “nearly forced” to have sex with her co-star when Silver was being filmed. “[Evans was] running around his office in sunglasses explaining to me that he slept with Ava Gardner and I should sleep with Billy Baldwin because if I slept with Billy Baldwin, Billy Baldwin’s performance would get better,” she said.

Billy Baldwin and Sharon Stone in Sliver (1993)

 “And we needed Billy to get better in the movie because that was the problem,” Sharon Stone added. The actress also alleged that she had lodged complaints with executives about Michael Douglas not being the leading man. “I didn’t have to f–k Michael Douglas,” she vented. “Michael could come to work and know how to hit those marks, and do that line, and rehearse and show up.”

Sharon Stone initially addressed the incident on the set of Silver in her 2021 memoir, The Beauty of Living Twice. However, she refrained from explicitly naming Evans or Baldwin. Despite the current uproar, Stone has left an indelible mark on Hollywood with her talent and versatility. Her journey to stardom began with her early work in modeling before she made the move to acting in the 1980s.

Basic Instinct Turns Sharon Stone Into A Sex Symbol

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Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct

Sharon Stone’s breakout role came in 1992 when she starred as the seductive Catherine Tramell in Paul Verhoeven’s thriller Basic Instinct. Her portrayal of the character gained widespread attention and catapulted her to international fame. The film’s infamous interrogation scene, featuring Stone crossing and uncrossing her legs, became iconic and cemented her status as a sex symbol.

Following the success of Basic Instinct, Sharon Stone’s career reached new heights as she appeared in a string of high-profile films throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. She showcased her range as an actress in movies such as Casino in 1995, for which she received critical acclaim and earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress and The Muse in 1999.

Despite her undeniable talent and success, Sharon Stone is no stranger to controversy. One of the most notable issues surrounding her roles involves the depiction of sexuality and violence in Basic Instinct. The film sparked heated debates about its portrayal of women and its treatment of LGBTQ+ characters, particularly in regard to the bisexual character Catherine Tramell.

Critics accused the film of perpetuating harmful stereotypes and of exploiting sexuality for shock value. Additionally, Sharon Stone’s roles in Casino drew scrutiny for its portrayal of female characters involved in morally ambiguous situations. While some praised Stone’s performances for their depth and complexity, others raised concerns about the glorification of violence and criminal behavior.

Sharon Stone will next be seen in the romantic drama What About Love. The film is directed by Klaus Menzel from a script he co-wrote with Douglas Day Stewart. The story follows Tanner and Christian, a young couple who spend a summer in Europe making a movie about people and their different attitudes toward love. They eventually realize that they’re actually making a movie about their own love story. When tragedy strikes, they turn to the film to save Christian’s life.

What About Love stars Sharon Stone, Andy García, Iain Glen, José Coronado and Maia Morgenstern. The movie is currently in post-production and does not have a release date.