Foster spoke about her support to these kind movements and said, she serves in a "different way."
Jodie Foster recently reflected on the next phase of #MeToo movement, which took Hollywood by storm, and said, "We can't put every man over 30 in jail."
"This is a transitional period, and it's just so painful," she said, as quoted by E!Online in a report.
"You really have to have a plan for truth and reconciliation. We can't put every man over 30 in jail. We have to love our brothers and fathers and come to an understanding about how we got here and who we are going to be together," she added.
Foster further spoke about her support to these kind movements and said, she serves in a "different way."
"I don't feel that I am a spokesperson for anything. It's just not my personality. I do serve-I just serve in a different way. I do reach out sometimes to women in the industry. And men, too, who I can see would benefit from the experience I have had about surviving intact," she said.
The Oscar-winner started working at the age of three and seven, she also became her family's breadwinner.
Forster believes that being a child star may have saved her from sexual harassment as an adult.