Director James Cameron Responds To Eliza Dushku’s Molestation Allegations On The “True Lies” Movie Set By Stunt Coordinator

James Cameron supported actress Eliza Dushku after she accused stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of molesting her when she was 12 years old on the set of the 1994 movie “True Lies.” Cameron said he was unaware of the alleged assault at the time. “Directors are historically pretty oblivious to the inter-personal things that are happening on the set, because they’re focused on what they’re doing creatively, but had I known about (it) there would have been no mercy,” he said at a Television Critics Association panel Saturday. In a lengthy Facebook post Saturday, Dushku detailed the allegations against Kramer which were later confirmed by co-star Jamie Lee Curtis, Dushku’s agent, her mother, her legal guardian at the time and a longtime friend. Kramer denied the claims, stating he was “absolutely astoundingly flabbergasted.”

James Cameron Would’ve Shown ‘No Mercy’ to Stunt Coordinator Accused of Molesting Eliza Dushku


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