Kramer, meanwhile, continues to work as a stunt coordinator in Hollywood. Eliza played the daughter of Arnold and Jamie Lee Curtis in the film and admitted she has "struggled with how and when to disclose this, if ever".
Dushku went on to note that she broke multiple ribs during a stunt shortly thereafter - a stunt over which Kramer was responsible for ensuring safety.
"I remember what I was wearing (my favourite white denim shorts, thankfully, secured enough for me to keep on)". I remember how he laid me down on the bed, wrapped me with his big writhing body, and rubbed all over me.More news: Astros acquire Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole in trade
'He talked these words: "You're not resting on me now sweetie, quit imagining you're dozing", as he rubbed harder and quicker against my mental body. "I think this has been endemic throughout human systems, not just Hollywood", Cameron said. "I was 12, he was 36".
Dushku claims that she told a "tough adult friend" on set about the encounter, who approached Kramer with the allegation. I'm sick to my stomach. This is all lies. "Luring" her up to my hotel room is just insane". Now, especially. I have daughters. "We all looked out for her, that's surprising". How does a guy like me fight against something like this?
"I know the other party", he said in an apparent reference to Kramer, "not well; he hasn't worked for me since then". "I've never gotten anybody hurt".
Eliza was 12 when she starred alongside Arnie in the 1994 flick.More news: The area's best source for news, weather and sports!
Rasmussen responded to a comment critical of her parenting on Eliza's original post, writing, "I was afraid of Joel Kramer, too. It has been indescribably exhausting, bottling this up inside me for all of these years".
She also called out Hollywood for "failing to protect her", rounding off her statement by saying how other people's stories have given her strength to come forward. However, he praised Dushku as "very brave" for speaking out, reports The Wrap.
Cameron said that the current climate full of sexual misconduct accusations is "a great moment in history" because of the change that can come from it. And that anybody who might be a predator or abuser knows that that mechanism is there and that it's encouraged [that victims come forward] and there's no shame around it and that there will be consequences [for the perpetrators].
Eliza Dushku has appeared in Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Dollhouse and movies including Bring It On.More news: Panic in Hawaii over warning of 'ballistic missile strike'