"I've been in this business for 40 years," the "Basic Instinct" star says after nine seconds of laughing.
Sharon Stone literally laughed in a "CBS Sunday" reporter's face when he asked her if she's ever dealt with sexual harassment in the film industry.
After nine full seconds of laughing hard, Stone responded: "I've been in this business for 40 years, Lee. Can you imagine the business I stepped into 40 years ago? Looking like I look? From nowhere Pennsylvania?"
"I didn't come here with any protection," she added. "I've seen it all."
In one instance Stone has been public about, she was allegedly tricked into flashing her vagina in that famous "Basic Instinct" interrogation scene.
In 2014, the actress told Express that director Paul Verhoeven manipulated her into taking her panties off for a scene.
"When we [filmed] it, it was going to be an innuendo and the director said, 'We're seeing the white of your underwear, I need you to take them off,'" Stone recalled. "And I'm like, 'I don't want you to see anything' and he's like 'No, no you're not going to.' So I gave him the underwear, put them in the pocked of his shirt and he said, 'Now watch on the monitor...' In those days... It's not like now where everything is high definition, and when I looked at the monitor you really couldn't see anything."
The actress continued to explain that she was in "shock" when she saw how the scene turned out at the premiere.
Stone's remarks come in wake of the #MeToo movement, which has inspired women and men of all ages to speak out against those who have sexually harassed or assaulted them.