In her Facebook post, Dushku detailed a disturbing encounter where Kramer allegedly took her back to his hotel room and lay and "rubbed" on top of her "catatonic body" until he "finished".
Director James Cameron applauded actress Eliza Dushku for coming forward with allegations she was molested on one of his films but says "there would have been no mercy" if he had been aware of the incident. True Lies costar Jamie Lee Curtis tells People she didn't know about the incident, which she calls "very sad and disturbing".
Kramer has worked behind-the-scenes on blockbuster such as Mr and Mrs Smith, Blade Runner andFast and The Furious 7 added that he thought the allegations were "just insane", insisting he "treated her like a daughter".
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"Obviously, Eliza is very courageous for speaking up and I think all the women who are speaking up and calling for a reckoning now [are]".
As Deadline Hollywood reported, Dushku's mother, Judith Ann Rasmussen, and her legal guardian on the set of "True Lies", Sue Booth-Forbes, have both independently corroborated her claims. The director went on to note that he had not worked with Kramer since "True Lies" and acknowledged the need for an open and supportive system to report such misconduct. "He hasn't worked for me since then". And that anybody who might be a predator or abuser knows that that mechanism is there and that it's encouraged [that victims come forward] and there's no shame around it and that there will be consequences [for the perpetrators]. "I don't think this is a Hollywood problem".
Eliza Dushku has appeared in Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Dollhouse and movies including Bring It On.
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Cameron, on Saturday, told reporters that he hopes the current climate will yield films "about this stuff and we'll put something in place as an industry practice to do as much as we can to prevent it. Directors are historically pretty oblivious to interpersonal things that are happening on their set because they're focused and are the worst offenders at being focused on 'what I am doing creatively?'" Says says he then told her, "I think we should be careful", meaning she shouldn't tell anyone. "There'd really be no mercy now". Kramer, as the stunt coordinator for the film, was responsible for ensuring her physical safety on the set of the action film. Kramer has continued to work in the industry, and was a stunt coordinator on recent films like Blake Runner 2049 and The Conjuring 2.
"On a daily basis he rigged wires and harnesses on my 12-year-old body".
The actress, 37, expressed she was recording True Lies when the 36-year-old stand-in "prepared" the star over months, previously attracting her to his Miami inn room under the affectation she'd be going for a swim at the trick team's inn pool.
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But she vividly described how her alleged abuser instead took her to his room and turned down the lights.
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