Three actresses have accused the director of "No Time to Die" and the director of the first season of the series "True Detective" Cary Fukunaga of harassment, Dazed reported.
"Betty" series star Rachelle Vinberg, 23, took umbrage at the filmmaker's words about abortion rights being revoked for U.S. residents, after which she accused Fukunaga of molestation. As soon as the girl turned 18, the filmmaker began forcing her into a romantic relationship that lasted several years.
"It pisses me off cause he literally doesn’t care about women. He only traumatizes them. I’ve spoken to many girls," the actress wrote.
Following the girl's statements, sisters Hannah and Cailin Loesch, who starred in the TV series "Maniac," shared their own experiences with Fukunaga when they were in their 20s.
The actresses claim that Fukunaga said that "incest is acceptable if all parties are okay with it.”
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