Actress Eliza Dushku, perhaps best known for the role of “Faith” on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has come forward with her own #MeToo story. Sadly, Dushku’s occurred when she was just 12-years-old working on the Arnold Schwarzenegger action film True Lies. In a lengthy Facebook post, Dushku writes in no uncertain terms that leading Hollywood stunt coordinator Joel Kramer sexually molested her. She credits the movement for giving her the strength to come out with her story, which she says she has struggled with for 25 years.
Dushku goes on to recount her horrifying ordeal with Kramer, which sounds like so many others we’re heard before. After grooming her for months to build her and her parents trust, Dushku says that one day 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.”