Actress Eliza Dushku has allies rallying around her after she accused a prolific stunt coordinator of molesting her when she was 12 years old and working on the 1994 action film "True Lies." Joel Kramer, a stunt coordinator who has worked on dozens of movies, has rejected Dushku's account, which...
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger says he is "proud" of actress Eliza Dushku, who starred as his daughter in "True Lies", for speaking out about her alleged molestation by the films stunt coordinator when she was 12 years old.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said he is "proud" of Eliza Dushku for speaking out about her alleged molestation at hands of a stunt coordinator on the sets of the "True Lies". In a Facebook post, Dushku, who played the daughter of Schwarzenegger's character, alleged that she was sexually harassed by Joel Kramer, who was in-charge of her safety on the film sets. Replying to a tweet by co-star Tom Arnold, the former California governor wrote, "Tom, you bet your a** all of us would have done something. I'm shocked and saddened for Eliza but I am also proud of her - beyond being a great talent and an amazing woman, she is so courageous." Schwarzenegger joins his "True Lies" co-star Jamie Lee Curtis, who had praised Eliza Dushku for opening up about incident, saying the actor "has awakened us to a new, horrific reality". Curtis, played Eliza's mother in the James Cameron- directorial, penned a column in Huffington Post saying she had shared the story with her privately a few years ..
After Eliza Dushku came forward to allege that she was sexually assaulted on the set of True Lies, several of her co-stars from the 1994 film have spoken up in support of her. Most recently Arnold Schwarzenegger, who played her father in the action flick, wrote on Twitter that he