Eliza Dushku says she was molested during the production of "True Lies" by the stunt coordinator, a guy who still works in Hollywood and most recently did the stunts for "Blade Runner 2049" and "Furious 7"

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14 Jan 2018 02:10 - +5336
14 Jan 2018 02:11 - +5207
*After grooming her for months to build her and her parents trust, Dushku says that one day stunt coordinator Joel Kramer lured her to his hotel room with the promise of swimming in the stunt crew’s pool and a sushi dinner afterwards. He then drew the shades and went into the bathroom, emerging naked with a hand towel covering his midsection. As she lay on the bed, Dushku writes that he “wrapped me with his gigantic writhing body, and rubbed all over me” until he “finished.”* Sounds so familiar to other stories we've heard recently. Truly disgusting allegations.
14 Jan 2018 02:37 - +3831
He already responded to the accusations: https://www.thewrap.com/stuntman-joel-kramer-denies-eliza-dushkus-sexual-molestation-accusations-absolute-lies-exclusive/
14 Jan 2018 02:41 - +3209
So she told her parents, an older brother, and two other adults and no one was willing to do anything? Holy fuck. I can't imagine how damaging that must have been on top of what had already happened.
14 Jan 2018 03:47 - +1450
Already people wanting his head on a stick. Can we at least confirm he did it before ruining this man's life?
14 Jan 2018 04:11 - +1148
I'm not saying this guy is guilty, but what adult guy in their right mind invites a non-related 12 year old female over to swim? It's not necessarily evidence of anything, but it's weird.
14 Jan 2018 03:54 - +1091
This is all getting so confusing. So many accusations, so little actual proof of anything. You could obviously argue "why would she make this up?", and you're probably right. But it still makes me feel uneasy how quickly we are moving away from a culture of due process and fully into a culture of accusation and rumor being enough to destroy someones life.
14 Jan 2018 03:52 - +919
Okay. I hope whoever is lying is punished. Edit: proven to be lying with actual evidence. Edit 2: word vs. word cases are generally decided by emotion. Emotion shouldn’t decide someone’s fate.
14 Jan 2018 03:21 - +640
Hollywood is a child abuse cesspool. How any parent still continues to per their children to into this scene is beyond me
14 Jan 2018 04:20 - +339
Wow this comment section is a shitshow.
14 Jan 2018 02:51 - +313
I wonder if /u/GovSchwarzenegger or other people on set can confirm the part about Joel Kramer calling her "jailbait"?
14 Jan 2018 07:48 - +202
If what I'm seeing is true, I can understand why this news is just now coming out. She told people (including her family) who all just ignored it, except for one person who confronted the guy, thought he had been ostracized, and only recently found out that he was still working in big projects. She's not some no-name seeking attention, either, so I can't see her making this shit up for her 15 minutes of fame.
14 Jan 2018 07:15 - +80
Dushku’s guardian on set has corroborated her claims. http://deadline.com/2018/01/eliza-dushku-true-lies-legal-guardian-sexual-assault-allegations-joel-kramer-1202242637/

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