Billy Baldwin Responds To Sharon Stone’s Sex Allegations. This Is What He Said

Sharon Stone and Billy Baldwin

Sharon Stone recently revealed how she was constrained into a sexual experience with co-star Billy Baldwin. The latter has given a quick reaction to Sharon after the news seems to be raising pressures.

Billy Baldwin and Sharon Stone featured together in the 1993 suggestive thrill ride ‘Silver’, a film known for its extraordinary and provocative storyline. Their on-screen science and exhibitions added to the film’s interest and achievement.

Nonetheless, Stone’s recent disclosures have started a debate, as she spoke about feeling forced to have intercourse with Baldwin to upgrade the film.

This divulgence followed Stone’s past discussions in her 2021 memoir, ‘The Beauty of Living Twice’, where she at first described the episode without naming the individual in question.

Later, Stone named the late Robert Evans, a producer of the 1993 thrill ride film, as the person being referred to. Evans, who died in 2019 at 89 years old, supposedly invited Stone to his office to discuss her on-screen science with Baldwin, a moment she laments not declining.

Stone recalled the conversation and revealed on Spotify’s Louis Theroux Podcast,

“He’s running around his office in his 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. And we needed Billy to get better in the movie because that was the problem.”

Stone admitted that Evans’ logic was,

“If I could sleep with Billy, then we would have chemistry onscreen, and if I would just have sex with him, then that would save the movie. And the real problem in the movie was me because I was so uptight and so not like a real actress who could just f— him and get things back on track. And the real problem is that I was such a tight ass.”

The actress further revealed on the podcast that Evans “wouldn’t listen to the list of actors that I suggested for the part” and demanded to cast Baldwin.

She also mentioned her previous co-star from Basic Instinct, adding,

“I didn’t have to f— Michael Douglas. Michael could come to work and just know how to hit those marks and do that line, and rehearse and show up. Now, all of a sudden, I’m in the ‘I have to f— people’ business.”

In his reaction to Sharon Stone’s claims, Baldwin made a few counterclaims about his encounters during the production of the film. He said,

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

Baldwin also shared a still from ‘Silver’, declaring that the positioning of himself and Sharon Stone during their last simulated intercourse was his idea. He wrote,

“The story of the meeting I had with Bob Evans imploring him [to] allow me to choreograph the final sex scene in the photo below so I wouldn’t have to kiss. Sharon is absolute legend. Wonder if I should write a book and tell the many, many disturbing, kinky, and unprofessional tales about Sharon. That might be fun.”

In her memoir, The Beauty of Living Twice, Stone also described various events where producers moved toward her about participating in sexual relations with her co-stars. She wrote in the book,

“I had actor approval in my contract. No one cared. They cast who they wanted. To my dismay, sometimes. To the detriment of the picture, sometimes.”

Stone specifically recalled one instance with a producer, now identified as Evans, who insisted and “explained to me why I should f— my co-star so that we could have onscreen chemistry.”

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