'I stand with victims, period, and I don't want to take away from anyone's story.
"Kill Bill" producer Lawrence Bender denied Uma Thurman's claim that he covered up a vehicle crash on the movie set, but apologized to the actress and said he regretted the pain she suffered after the incident. "That just wasn't my story".
Robert Rodriguez, who directed "Planet Terror", said the attack "wasn't that bad" in the same "Grindhouse" feature.
A 2003 radio interview with Howard Stern in which Tarantino downplayed Roman Polanski's sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl went viral, placing the Oscar winning filmmaker in an uncomfortable spotlight.
While Fergie doesn't show any indication that she had a problem with Tarantino's behavior-like Uma Thurman did-the incident fits nicely in the narrative building around him of putting women into physically unsafe situations. "And by the end of this shoot, I will bite him back", she said.
This old interview resurfaced after Uma Thurman opened up about injuries she sustained while on the set of Tarantino's "Kill Bill". In an interview the actress did with Maureen Dowd from the New York Times published earlier this week, she also described how Tarantino choked her with a chain and spit in her face while shooting scenes.
Uma Thurman posted footage of the auto crash she suffered while filming 'Kill Bill, ' in an effort to expose the abuse she claims to have endured by disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein. "We were having a little bit of fun", she explained. "But make no mistake, I don't want to take away from anyone's story, and I stand with every victim".
"In light of the recent allegations made by Uma Thurman against Harvey Weinstein and her terrifying work experience on Kill Bill, my name has been mentioned in numerous articles in regards to the choking scene in Inglourious Basterds", Kruger's message began.
In a following shot, Fergie flashes the visible bite mark, located just below her right shoulder, to the camera.
In an Instagram post on Monday, Thurman said the circumstances of this event were "negligent to the point of criminality", but she did not believe there was malicious intent on Tarantino's part.