Actor Eliza Dushku has revealed that she was sexually assaulted at the age of 12 while working on James Cameron's True Lies.
The former Buffy The Vampire Slayer star described how the then 36-year-old groomed her and manipulated her parents, leading to a night where she stayed with him before he "methodically drew the shades and turned down the lights", among other things, in a Miami hotel room.
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She says he went into the bathroom and came out with a small hand towel over his genitals and then laid her down on the bed and got on top of her and rubbed against her until he climaxed.
"To be clear, over the course of those months rehearsing and filming True Lies, it was Joel Kramer who was responsible for my safety on a film that at the time broke new ground for action films", she wrote. In a lengthy statement on her Facebook page, the Buffy alum detailed being sexually molested by Hollywood stunt coordinator Joel Kramer on the set of 1994 film.
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The Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress then claimed that he "wrapped me with his very big writhing body, and rubbed all over me", while she laid still.
Dushku said that she's coming forward with her story years later thanks to the victims who have spoken out amid the accusations of sexual misconduct that have rocked Hollywood.
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'He spoke these words: "You're not going to sleep on me now sweetie, stop pretending you're sleeping", as he rubbed harder and faster against my catatonic body. When he was "finished", he suggested, "I think we should be careful...", [about telling anyone] he meant'.