“If I slept with William, we would have on-screen chemistry and we would save the movie.” Sharon Stone testifies in a podcast interview broadcast Tuesday about her experience filming on the set of the film Silver, filmed thirty years ago. The 66-year-old actress accuses producer Robert Evans, who died in 2019, of having forced her to have sex with her screen partner, William Baldwin.

The actress had already mentioned this episode in her memoir, The Beauty of Living Twice, released in 2021. But at the time she did not disclose the identity of Robert Evans and William Baldwin. Three years later, she opened up: “Evans was walking around his office in sunglasses explaining that he had slept with Ava Gardner and that I should sleep with William Baldwin because his acting would be better.”

Called into question, William Baldwin responded on the social network X under his pseudonym, Billy Baldwin. “I don’t know why Sharon Stone is still talking about me all these years later. Does she still have a crush on me or is she still hurt after all these years because I rejected her advances? I wonder if I should write a book and tell the many disturbing, perverse and unprofessional stories about Sharon,” he says.

Alec Baldwin’s brother believes that the actress was trying to seduce him. He quotes a line Sharon Stone allegedly said to model Janice Dickinson: “I’m going to make him fall in love with me so hard, it’s going to make his head spin.”

In Silver, Sharon Stone played the character Carly Norris and William Badlwin played Zeke Hawkins. In this erotic thriller, Carly Norris moves into an ultra-modern building in New York: the Silver. After a smooth move in, a series of assassinations occurs among the residents. The young woman feels observed. It was then that she met her neighbors Zeke and Jack. She begins an intimate relationship with the first but ends up discovering that Zeke has a dangerous penchant for voyeurism. The story ends in a bloodbath against a backdrop of jealousy. Critics were not kind to the film, which was recognized at the Razzie Awards in 1994 and was nominated for Worst Film, Worst Director, Worst Cinematography, Worst Actor, Worst Actress and more. bad supporting roles.

After Casino in 1995, for which she was nominated for an Oscar, Sharon Stone also starred in the films The Muse (1999) and Catwoman (2004). Recently, she starred in the cinema in Beauty by director Andrew Dosunmu and in the series Murderville by Krister Johnson.