American actress Paz de la Huerta naked from “The Limits Of Control”. Sexy girl Paz de la Huerta is an American actress, known for “The Cider House Rules”, “Enter the Void”, “A Walk to Remember” and “Riding in Cars with Boys”.
María de la Paz Elizabeth Sofía Adriana de la Huerta y Bruce (born September 3, 1984), known by her stage name Paz de la Huerta [pas de la ˈweɾ.ta], is an American actress and model. De la Huerta is notable for her roles in the films The Cider House Rules (1999), A Walk to Remember (2002), Choke (2008), Enter the Void (2009), and Nurse 3D (2013), and for her role as Lucy Danziger in the HBO drama series Boardwalk Empire.
De la Huerta was raised by her mother, along with her older sister Rafaela de la Paz (born November 5, 1981) in the New York City neighborhood of SoHo, located in Lower Manhattan. Her parents are Ricardo Ignacio de la Huerta y Ozores, the Spanish XVII Duke of Mandas and Villanueva (born November 17, 1944, in San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain), and Judith Bruce (born October 23, 1946, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States). De la Huerta was born with recurrent cystic hygroma under her arm, which she has had treated with multiple surgeries. Her mother worked as an authority on birth control and women’s issues in Third World countries. She attended private Saint Ann’s School in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, with fellow student and future fashion designer, Zac Posen, for whom she has since modeled. She also attended the performing arts camp Buck’s Rock. De la Huerta spent summers with her father in Spain while attending high school.
De la Huerta lived in New York City in an apartment on Gay Street, until she moved into an apartment adjacent to her mother in the Tribeca neighborhood.
She said in an interview with Vanity Fair that Harvey Weinstein raped her on two separate occasions in 2010, once after demanding to enter her apartment and have a drink, and once showing up after she had been subjected to repeated phone calls and had been drinking. De la Huerta came forward to police in 2017, within the New York state statute of limitations for rape in the first degree, and the New York District Attorney’s Office is considering bringing charges against Weinstein.