Fallout is currently coming in after
For one, he said he was “flabbergasted,” and that he had been “vibration” because he had been so angry about the allegations, all of which he deems to be complete lies.
“It’s something I’d never do. I really don’t know where this comes from. I’m absolutely floored, she was a sweet child I’m absolutely in shock right now. I really don’t know why she’d do this for me. It’s not correct.”
And Kramer also takes issue with one very detailed part of Eliza’s accounts, where she describes a ride with him in a cab. The stuntman claimed he never would have taken a cab, because the movie would have provided him with a car while he was working there.
Kramer recounted (under):
“I had been the one driving the car — the business provides me with a car. What the hell is she talking about it. Absolutely crazy. I simply don’t know it. Be wonderful to somebody, treat them great and this is exactly what happens.”
There’s a very weird tidbit from the piece, also, where Kramer somehow tries to turn the sexual misconduct allegations back around on Dushku. At one stage, the stunt coordinator told the Daily News a set nurse about the movie had informed him Dushku had a crush on him, and that he “had to be really careful around her.”
Regardless, Kramer has remained steadfast in denying everything, even going so far as to admit it is likely the end of his profession (under):
“I think she has just ruined my career … what’s left of it. I never did anything like this to her”
So that’s his take.
Dushku is very detailed and plausible with hers.
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