Three actresses accuse 'No Time To Die' director Cary Fukunaga of harassment
' No Time To Die ' director accused of harassment
The 44-year-old author of the last part of the James Bond film No Time to Die , and the director of the first season of the series True Detective, Cary Fukunaga, was accused of sexual harassment. It is reported by Dazed.
Actresses Hannah and Kaylin Lesh also spoke about the director stalking them for years and coming to their family's house. The girls claim that Fukunaga offered them a threesome.
The 23-year-old star of the series "Betty" Rachel Winberg was outraged by the words of the filmmaker about the abolition of the right to abortion for US residents, after which she accused Fukunaga of molestation. Yet, as soon as the girl turned 18, the director began to force her into a romantic relationship that lasted several years.
"It pisses me off because he doesn't care about women. He only hurts them. He told me to pretend that I was his sister or niece in front of other people," the actress admitted.
The twins, actresses Hannah and Kaylin Lesh, also joined the accusations of harassment against the author of the last part of the Bond film. The girls said that Fukunaga offered them a threesome several times and also stated that incest is normal "if all parties agree on it."
Earlier, the star of the film "Doctor Strange" and her husband were found guilty of sexual abuse of a minor.
In an interview with The Daily Beast last fall, Raiden Greer told The Daily Beast how a cinematographer fired her from a small role in the first season of True Detective after she refused to appear topless in a scene that wasn't in her contract.