ACTRESS Eliza Dushku has claimed she was sexually abused as a child while operative on a big Hollywood production.
Dushku, then 12, pronounced she was behaving in True Lies – in which she played Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter – when she gifted the harrowing purported ordeal.
In a extensive Facebook post, the actress, who played Faith in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, claimed a co-worker on set determined a rapport with her relatives before sexually abusing her while they worked together on the 1994 film.
Dushku, now 37, wrote: “I remember so clearly 25 years after how he done me feel special, how he methodically built my and my parents’ trust, for months bathing me.”
The singer claimed the man in his 30s “lured me to his Miami hotel room with a guarantee to my relatives that he would take me for a float at the crew’s hotel pool”.
But she vividly described how her purported abuser instead took her to his room and incited down the lights.
Dushku, who is now engaged, claimed he put on a film and went into the lavatory before rising naked, “bearing zero but a tiny palm towel held groundless at his mid-section”.
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer singer then claimed he then lay on top of her and sexually abused her, while revelation her to “stop sanctimonious you’re sleeping”.
He then suggested they keep the confront quiet, she alleged.
Dushku pronounced she has only now come brazen since of other victims who have oral out amid the sex abuse liaison unconditional Hollywood.
A chronicle of this story creatively seemed on New York Post.
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