"It has been indescribably exhausting, bottling this up inside me for all of these years", she wrote.
In addition to the encouragement she felt from other women speaking out, Dushku noted that she was further emboldened to make her claims publicly when she realized Kramer had not been "found out" and banished from Hollywood as she was previously led to believe. This is all lies.
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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"I learned recently that in fact he still works at the top of the industry", she wrote.
She said that after the incident, Kramer, who nicknamed her "jailbait" on set, became "cold" around her.
"Why speak out now?" "I was 12, he was 36". It is incomprehensible. Why didn't an adult on the set find his predatory advances odd - that over-the-top special attention he gave me. "At the time, I shared what happened to me with my parents, two adult friends and one of my older brothers. At the time, Eliza was too scared to tell the whole story and in a way I think she protected me from knowing because she knew how frightened I was of the powerful men on the set".
Meanwhile, True Lies's director James Cameron told journalists yesterday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour that Dushku's account was "heartbreaking". But the conversation took a more serious turn when he was asked about Dushku's published early Saturday morning. "I am angry, I am just hurt", he told Us. "But I mean, obviously, Eliza is very fearless for speaking up, and I think all the women are that are speaking out and calling for a reckoning now", he said. "He hasn't worked for me since then". Anyone that might be a predator or an abuser knows that mechanism is there and that it's encouraged and that there's no shame around it and there will be consequences. I think this has been endemic throughout human systems, not just Hollywood, but because Hollywood deals with- women who were victims 10, 15, 20 years ago are famous today, so they get to have a louder voice when they come forward, so bravo for them for doing it. I don't think this is a Hollywood problem. He said they "treated Eliza liked family" and he doesn't understand why she would lie about him now after all of these years. I don't know what to do. "Especially now, I have daughters so there would definitely be no mercy now". "There'd really be no mercy now". We look back at how she got there.
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