No Davis his mouth on the trombone again to talk about another occasion, besides the one already known, when Bill Murray insulted her and acted inappropriately.
The actress published her memoirs Die of politeness (Dying from too much educationin free translation ) recently, and in it he talked about his relationship with the artist (via cinema mix).
According to her, in one incident she felt forced by him to accept a massage in a room with other professionals while they were discussing a project.
“I went to see Bill Murray, his co-director and a producer in a hotel suite. I went in and sat down with everyone who was already there. However, Bill Murray came up to me and said to me, ‘Hey, have you tried this massager yet?’” Geena said in a passage from the book.
“I said that? thank you’. He kept insisting, and I said ‘no’ to the point where I wanted to yell at him, ‘Stop asking me! I won’t do it, don’t you understand?’”
The actor wanted to show that he had power over her, explains Geena
Geena admitted she didn’t have the guts to sound rude, so she subjected herself to the massage, which she explained today knowing it was just a show of force:
“I was just too shy to do something like that. So I took it and sat on the edge of the bed, and he did it for a second, and he didn’t even ask me if I liked it or anything. Then I understood that he only did it to see if he could force me to do something inappropriate.”
This was just one of many incidents the artist had with Bill. Elsewhere in the book, she recalls the time he publicly humiliated her by yelling at her in front of the entire crew and spectators on the set of I have no change. “I was really embarrassed because I just wanted to do everything right, you know?” said Geena.
Bill Murray was knocked down by another co-star Panthers 2
The actor’s name has been implicated in a number of other cases where actresses on projects starring Bill have complained about his attitude. Lucy Liu revealed this in an interview who was the target of fouls by the actor and defended himself with a nice punch:
“I stood up for myself and I don’t regret it. Because no matter how low you are in the chain or where you come from, there is no need to be condescending or put other people down.”
It wasn’t the only controversy lately: the comedy being mortalstarring Bill and Keke Palmerhad interrupted production for investigation inappropriate behavior of actorsafter several complaints from women present on set.
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