Stunt Coordinator Joel Kramer Denies Molesting Eliza Dushku: 'These Are Absolute Lies'

Stunt Coordinator Joel Kramer Denies Molesting Eliza Dushku: 'These Are Absolute Lies'

"This is all vile lies", Kramer told Us.

Speaking to Us Weekly, he said: "This is all vile lies". She said that she reported the actions of stunt coordinator Joel Kramer, but nothing ever came of it. "I just heard about it".

"May Eliza be believed and supported and may her courage in telling her truth make a contribution to the sea change that is in progress", Booth-Forbes said. My career is done. "We all looked out for her". "We all treated Eliza like family". Had I known about it, there would have been no mercy.

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".

The actress claimed the man in his 30s "lured me to his Miami hotel room with a promise to my parents that he would take me for a swim at the crew's hotel pool".

I was at the hospital and can verify that she was hurt and in pain with breaks/cracks to her ribs.

He says he "did kiss her one the cheek once to say goodnight to her, gave her a hug" but that "This whole talk of luring her to my room, on top of her, getting off, holding her in the auto and calling her "Jailbait" is just outright hyperbole and lies".

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Cameron attended the Television Critics Assn. winter press tour in Pasadena on Saturday to discuss his installment of the recurring "AMC Visionaries" series. "There's really no mercy now".

He also added that it was worrying that directors are so unaware of issues like this on their own sets.

He concluded: "Directors are historically pretty oblivious to the interpersonal things on their set, because they're so focused".

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. In November, he told Vanity Fair, "I remember nearly getting in a fight with Harvey Weinstein and hitting him with my Oscar", and acknowledges that, in retrospect, there are many in Hollywood "that would've preferred I had played through on that one". "Nevertheless, Hollywood also failed to protect me, a child actress". I like to think of myself as a tough Boston chick, in many ways I suppose not unlike Faith, Missy or Echo. I think all the women are who are speaking up.

With every person that speaks out, every banner that drops down onto my iPhone disclosing similar stories/truths, my resolve strengthens. "Sharing these words, finally calling my abuser out publicly by name, brings the start of a new calm", she wrote. Read the full Facebook post for her complete story, but be warned that it describes her experience in complete detail.

Kramer - who recently worked on "Blade Runner 2049" and "Furious 7" - told Variety he took Dushku swimming and out for a sushi dinner, but "never molested her" and was "never nude in front of her".

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