Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Arnold Respond To Eliza Dushku's Accusation

Kristy Puchko | Celebrity | January 16, 2018

Over the weekend, Eliza Dushku accused stunt coordinator Joel Kramer of sexual misconduct and assault, which occurred when they worked together on 1994’s True Lies. Since then, the film’s director, James Cameron, and Dushku’s onscreen mother, Jamie Lee Curtis, have spoken out in support of the actress, who was just 12 years old when True Lies was made. Now, co-stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Arnold have responded.

Arnold, who was also a victim of child molestation, tweeted in support:

Schwarzenegger concurred, tweeting:

Since Dushku’s Facebook post, two veteran stunt performers have come forward to Deadline with other allegations of sexual misconduct against Kramer. One story involves a 10th-grade girl.

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