Eliza Dushku took to Facebook late last night to post some thoughts and recount a particularly horrific moment in her life when she alleged that she was sexually abused by stunt coordinator Joel Kramer during production on James Cameron's True Lies in 1994 when Dushku was 12 years old.
You can read the full post here, but suffice to say, it's both graphic and disturbing in nature, and vile and disgusting in just about every other way imaginable.
As Dushku tells it, she wrote the status after believing that Kramer had been "found out", as she put it, and left the industry - but according to IMDb, he's been working steadily for quite some time - and just recently did work on Blade Runner 2049.
When asked about Dushku's claims at the TCA press tour by Vanity Fair, James Cameron unloaded in his typical fashion. "Had I known about it, there would have been no mercy," said Cameron.
"Directors are historically pretty oblivious to the interpersonal things that are happening on their set. I’m probably one of the worst offenders of that - being focused on what I’m doing creatively."
Cameron went on, calling Dushku brave for speaking up, and spoke about the problems women are facing in Hollywood aren't just there, but are "endemic throughout human systems."
Kramer has denied the allegations.