Eliza Dushku has confirmed that she claims to about the abuse at the age of 12 years, while working on the film “True Lies”.
In a Facebook post, which now claims 37-year-old stuntman Joel Kramer sexually harassed.
According to the allegations, but Kramer multiple denials, has exposed the claims and called it “completely untrue”.
In response, Dushku, known for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has re-posted, and said she “stands” to make their claims, and says, “the truth”
The actress that played Faith in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, shared on Facebook an article about their alleged abuse and said: “I stand by what I said here. His denials are not correct. What I the truth is wrote. I’m not going to let harass me again.”
At the end of the Facebook post from Eliza Dushku
Dushku’s original post she shared on Facebook on Saturday, claimed Kramer had cared for “” her, and went on to “sexually harass” her in a hotel room.
She added that Kramer, the stunt coordinator on the 1994 film “True Lies”, intentionally injured himself after he was confronted had an adult friend that you trust.
Dushku wrote: “I remember… later on the same day, by no small coincidence, I was injured from a stunt-gone-wrong on the Harrier jet. With broken ribs, I spent the night in the hospital…
“My life was literally in [Kramer’s] hands: he hung me out in the fresh air, from a tower crane, an office tower, a 25-plus stories high. Whereas he is actually my protector, he was my perpetrator.
In response to these accusations, Kramer told BBC News that “these allegations are completely untrue”.
In a statement, he said: “During the filming of” True Lies ” I treated Ms Dushku with respect and took them in for protection, your security and that is suitable to my position as a stunt coordinator.
“A film crew is like a family, and Eliza has always been treated and protected as a member of the family. I never dealing with it was acting in any way.
“I was never in a position where I was alone with her even while working with her on set, her female stunt double was always here to help you, in your harness, provide support and ensure your well-being.
“I don’t ‘have to lure you in my room,'” Kramer said.
He continued: “I understand the culture in Hollywood has been welcome in the past, is unfair to women and I support women who stand up and point out these injustices.
“It is unfortunate, however, that this new culture allows it to destroy a person, the life and livelihood of a person with false accusations.”‘Inappropriate sexual behavior”
A number of people have us Dushku supports account including your mother in a Facebook post of their own.
Judith Dushku says that she knew in part what is said, it was for your daughter – but claims she “was scared, Joel Kramer, to”.
Sue Booth-Forbes traded legitimate than the 12-year-old actress of the education, while on the set of “True Lies” and says Dushku is to say “the truth”.
In a statement, the inappropriate sexual behavior, the 12-year-old Eliza sent, deadline, Booth-Forbes says she reported, “to a person in authority,” but was met with “blank stares”.
She claims she “didn’t feel that I tell the person everything you know,” and says that the complaint go further.
Writer and professor Peter Conti, is a longtime friend of Eliza Dushku, has also confirmed that the story, writing on Facebook that the actress confided in him, “a couple of weeks after it happened”.
Conti says he confronted Kramer, at the opening of “True Lies”, but claimed “the safety got in the way”.
“I was certainly not regret dealing [it] in a more direct way – much younger, and I thought: If the producers of the film don’t do something, who the hell is going to believe me?”
Kramer ‘ s talent agency has confirmed, BBC News it has ceased to work with him.
In a statement, the Global production Agency said, “EPA has decided to separate ways, Joel Kramer, based on the allegations of misconduct is now reported.
“Such behavior is unacceptable and completely at odds with the standards of behaviour that we demand of ourselves, and our customers expect.”‘No Mercy’
Meanwhile, Jamie Lee Curtis starred in “True Lies” as Dushku’s mother, has written a column for the Huffington Post, the challenge took place, about the allegations “a few years ago. I was shocked and saddened then and still am today,” she writes.
The actress added: “we All need to take responsibility… Many of us have been in “True Lies” parents… What is allegedly Eliza is happens, away from the safety net of all of us, and our responsibility is a terrible, terrible thing, to learn and to have to reconcile.”
True Lies Director: James Cameron has commented on to say the claims: “Had I known about it, there would have been no mercy. Right now, I have daughters. There really is no mercy.”
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