Published: Sat, February 10, 2018
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Fergie Clarifies Quentin Tarantino 'Planet Terror' Biting Incident

Fergie Clarifies Quentin Tarantino 'Planet Terror' Biting Incident

In the feature, Ferie explains that Tarantino was acting out a zombie scene with her, when the alleged bite occurred. "It just doesn't apply to everything that people use it for". "He likes girls", Tarantino said. Thurman crashed the auto, resulting in a few injuries.

"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.

The actresses statement came shortly after reports about him choking her in a scene of the film became attached to claims by Kill Bill star Uma Thurman that Tarantino once forced her to do a unsafe stunt on the set of the film. Though she ultimately obtained footage of the accident, in the Times interview the actress detailed how hard it was for her to see the scene, and in a post on Instagram, Thurman called the silence around the crash a "COVER UP". During a recent interview with The New York Times, Thurman revealed director Quentin Tarantino made her drive a vehicle for a scene in Kill Bill despite the fact the actress felt unsafe performing the stunt.

"THE COVER UP after the fact is UNFORGIVABLE. I stand with victims period, and I don't want to take away from anyone's story", Fergie told "ET" on Thursday, more than a decade later.

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"When I came back from the hospital in a neck brace with my knees damaged and a large massive egg on my head and a concussion, I wanted to see the auto and I was very upset", Thurman told the Times.

Tarantino backed up Thurman's version of events during an interview with Deadline published overnight. "It's the biggest regret of my life, getting her to do that stunt".

"So I'm doing the scene, right", says Fergie one of the interviews on the DVD, "And he starts biting me". The actress refused, and it wasn't until 15 years later that Tarantino gave the footage to Thurman.

The video, a behind-the-scenes bonus feature from the physical release of the Robert Rodriguez film, was resurfaced by Jezebel after a New York Times interview in which "Kill Bill" star Uma Thurman said she blames the director for an on-set accident that caused her major injury. Mr Weinstein has denied the claim.

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