Eliza Dushku's Claims Backed Up by Others

Eliza Dushku's Claims Backed Up by Others

Buffy The Vampire Slayer alum Eliza Dushku has accused stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of molesting her during the production of the movie True Lies when she was 12 years old. Kramer denies the allegations, saying that the young girl had a crush on him. However, the woman who acted as Dushku's guardian during the production says she believe Dushku, and she also says she was present during incidents that Kramer claims never happened.

True Lies director James Cameron says that he is shocked to hear the stories and that, had he known, he would have acted against Kramer without mercy during the production. Dushku's guardian, though, says she reported the incidents at the time and that no action was taken.

Via Page Six.

On Saturday, Eliza Dushku accused famed stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of sexually molesting her when she was 12 years old during filming of “True Lies”. Her claims, denied by Kramer, are being confirmed by

Dushku’s mother, Judith Ann Rasmussen, also confirmed Dushku’s story in a Facebook post. A political science professor, her job prevented her from accompanying her daughter. Dushku’s brother, Aaron Dushku, told Deadline, “I support my sister and believe it all to be true.”

In “True Lies”, Dushku played the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis’ characters.

Booth-Forbes, now Director of Anam Cara Writer’s and Artist’s Retreat, provided her account to Deadline that backs Dushku’s accusations against Kramer. “Eliza Dushku is telling the truth,” said Booth-Forbes who added that she was on the set of “True Lies” for three weeks and reported Kramer’s misconduct but nothing happened. She also said that she unsuccessfully tried to keep Kramer away from the young actress on a set ruled by “misogyny” and that she accompanied Dushku to the hospital after a stunt accident had left her with broken ribs.

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