Eliza Dushku Thanks Supporters As Arnold Schwarzenegger Calls Her ‘Courageous’ For Speaking Out About Alleged Molestation

Eliza Dushku and Arnold Schwarzenegger

We love seeing so many people coming to Eliza Dushku‘s side.

As you know, the 37-year-old actress recently detailed her experience of being molested by stunt coordinator Joel Kramer when she was just 12 years old while filming True Lies. Although the stuntman has since denied the allegations and director James Cameron said he’s “pretty oblivious to the inter-personal things that are happening on the set,” Eliza’s former onscreen mom, Jamie Lee Curtis, has publicly backed the Bring It On star.

Now, her onscreen dad, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is doing the same.

Related: Eliza’s On-Set Legal Guardian Corroborates Molestation Claims

Responding to Tom Arnold‘s claim that he, Schwarzenegger, Curtis, and Cameron would have done something if they had known what happened, the 70-year-old industry vet acknowledged Dushku’s courage in stepping forward with her story.

It just goes to show how so much of this disgusting behavior can go undetected and unreported. We must hold everyone accountable.

Dushku has been feeling the love since sharing her story — and she took to Facebook on Monday to thank the other women who have come forward with accusations against Kramer and other abusers.

She wrote:

We’re all in this together!

Hang in there, bb.

[Image via FayesVision/Christoph Hardt/Future Image/WENN.]

Jan 16, 2018 11:50am PDT

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