Sexual harassment : the actress Eliza Dushku tells the “humiliation” experienced on the set of the series Bull
After her accusations of rape against of the stunt performer Joel Kramer, Eliza Dushku has revealed to have been harassed during the filming of the series Bull.
In the beginning of the year 2018, Eliza Dushku claimed to have been raped on the set of True Lies by the stunt coordinator Joel Kramer when she was only 12 years old. The impact of the case, Weinstein continue to be felt because the actress is back a few weeks ago with new revelations about an actor of Bull.
She accused Michael Weatherly (NCIS : special Investigations) of sexual harassment. Then she wanted to confront the interpreter of the Doctor Bull about his remarks more than moved, it was striped of the series. Since then, the actress maintains that his forced departure has everything to do with its willingness to reveal the facts of Weatherly.
Michael Weatherly tries to defend itself
After having been in talks with CBS, the company paid him the sum of $ 9.5 million. A colossal sum of money equivalent to what the actress would have earned if she had stayed on the series for 4 seasons. If the actress has started to accept that the agreement is confidential, it was said to have changed his mind following the statements of Michael Weatherly and writer/producer Glenn Gordon Caron.
In the framework of its regulations, Eliza Dushku has also requested CBS to monitor Michael Weatherly and the plateau in general. She requested a meeting with Steven Spielberg, whose company Amblin Television is co-produced Bull, to speak of his experience because for her, there was only him could do to change things.
Following these events, CNN reminds us in his column that Moonves (president of CBS) has been thanked by the chain in September last year, following multiple allegations of méconduites sex, with a cheque for $ 140 million. Beyond the harassment to which she was a victim, the actress wants to point the finger at the problems that continue to exist in the film industry despite the case of Weinstein and the movement #MeToo. Hollywood has not done.
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