The icon of the French film, which is no stranger to the controversy, claimed that women bother producers to obtain a role and then invent allegations of harassment to attract attention.
His comments came after movie star Catherine Deneuve apologized to victims of backlash for her support of a letter signed by 100 French female comrades saying the accusations since the Harvey Weinstein scandal have gone too far.
Bardot was asked in an interview with the French magazine Paris Match what he thought of the actresses denouncing sexual harassment.
"In the vast majority of cases, they are hypocritical, ridiculous, uninteresting," responded Bardot, 83.
"There are many actresses who flirt with producers to get a piece of paper. They will say that they have been harassed, in fact, instead of benefiting them, it hurts them. "
Bardot also said that she was never a victim herself during her career, which began in the 1950s, and said that instead she enjoyed some of the behaviors that many others would reject.
"I was never a victim of sexual harassment and I found it charming when they told me I was beautiful or that I had a good back." This kind of compliment is nice, "she said.
Bardot has been criticized in the past for supporting the French far-right national party and in 2004 was convicted of inciting racial hatred for his comments on French Muslims in his book, A Cry In The Silence.
Deneuve, 74, apologized on Monday to victims of the "odious" sexual abuse crimes, after he signed the much criticized letter, published in the newspaper Le Monde, which claimed that men are being unfairly defendants. of bad behavior.