Chloe Grace Moretz has hinted she may have once been the victim of sexual harassment.

The 20-year-old actress seemingly alleged that she has her own ''story'' to tell when it comes to the growing number of sexual assault claims being made by women in Hollywood against executives including Harvey Weinstein, Brett Ratner, and Chloe's 'I Love You Daddy' co-star Louis C.K.

But the young star won't divulge any further information about her alleged ''experience'', as she doesn't think it will help the #MeToo movement, which aims to eliminate sexual harassment.

Speaking about the subject to Variety magazine, she said: ''It's not helpful ... I could single-in and talk about my experience, but I think it's more important to talk about the entire movement as a whole.

''I'm one of hundreds of thousands of women in so many different industries that has a story,' she said. You could ask anyone in this room and all of us could give you ten stories, I'm sure.''

Although she wouldn't give any further details on her own experience, Chloe admitted she's excited to see ''monumental'' change take place, which she hopes will see harassers ''held accountable'' for their alleged actions.

She added: ''I think it's just nice, the communication, and the fact that you asked this question at Sundance in a video suite, this never would have happened two years ago. So the fact that it's a conversation and it's a question is monumental, and I think that shouldn't be looked past or looked over.

''We've all been through a lot of stuff, but at least we're communicating and people are going to be held accountable.''

Chloe's comments come after her co-star Louis C.K. admitted the sexual assault allegations made against him last year - which saw five women claim he had exposed himself and masturbated in front of them - ''are true''.

In a statement, he said: ''These stories are true. At the time, I said to myself that what I did was okay because I never showed a woman my d**k without asking first. But what I learned later in life, too late, is that when you have power over another person, asking them to look at your d**k isn't a question. It's a predicament for them.''