Fergie mentioned she was bit by Quentin Tarantino on a movie set

Fergie mentioned she was bit by Quentin Tarantino on a movie set

Fergie mentioned she was bit by Quentin Tarantino on a movie set

In another segment of the bonus footage, Tarantino is shown pinning Fergie to the ground while she laughs, telling him, "f-ker, get off me".

Bender told The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday he deeply regrets that "Uma suffered the pain she has" but claimed he "never hid anything from Uma or anyone else nor did I participate in any cover-up of any kind- and I never would".

Fergie is clarifying statements from a resurfaced interview during which she claims director Quentin Tarantino bit her and left a mark while shooting "Planet Terror".

"I stand with victims everywhere no matter what genre, race, gender, age".

The video resurfaced this week following a February 3 New York Times op-ed in which Uma Thurman accused Tarantino of mistreating her on set, leading people to wonder if Fergie experienced the same mistreatment. "I stand with victims, period, and I don't want to take away from anyone's story", she added. "That just wasn't my story".


"I was informed of Uma's feelings in regards to this incident a few months ago and have done my best over this time to get as much verifiable information from all of the relevant sources that I could and shared it with Quentin", Bender said. "And by the end of this shoot, I will bite him back", she said. "Fucker, get off me", she says, laughing, in the footage.

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 risky stunt on the set of the film.

Thurman wrote in a piece for the New York Times on Saturday that Tarantino would not take "no" for an answer when she expressed reservations about driving the auto which resulted in the actress suffering a concussion.

In the special features of the home release of Grindhouse - a 2007 double-feature of Tarantino's Death Proof and Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror - Fergie explained that Tarantino, playing the role of a rapist who becomes a zombie in Planet Terror, bit her while the two were filming a scene. "But make no mistake, I don't want to take away from anyone's story, and I stand with every victim and everyone's story everywhere".

But Fergie told "ET" that the biting was really just "banter". Tarantino has since for his comments.

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