Fergie responds to reports that Quentin Tarantino bit her while filming 'Grindhouse'


"I stand with victims, period, and I don't want to take away from anyone's story", she added.

Thurman said in the interview with the Times that Tarantino promised her that the stunt would take place on a straight piece of road, and said to "Hit 40 miles per hour or your hair won't blow the right way and I'll make you do it again".

Quentin Tarantino allegedly got so into his "Planet Terror" zombie role that he left visible bite marks on Fergie. "That just wasn't my story".

Fergie told "Entertainment Tonight" that the comments were being taken out of context now.

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Many Hollywood figures have stood up for Polanski over the years, including Tarantino who defended his actions in a 2003 interview with Howard Stern, which has recirculated this week.

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.

The footage was dredged up following Uma Thurman's New York Times interview earlier this week in which she alleged Tarantino endangered her safety on the set of Kill Bill when he forced her to appear in a scene that required her to drive a auto that she felt unsafe filming.

When radio co-host Robin Quivers said the girl didn't want to have sex, Tarantino countered: "She wanted to have it".

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After the Times piece, the actress then took to Instagram, saying that the alleged cover up of the vehicle crash was "UNFORGIVABLE".

A producer for Kill Bill has responded to Uma Thurman's claim that he covered up a controversial auto crash.

Amidst reports that Quentin Tarantino bit her on the set of a film, singer Fergie is now defending the biting incident as a "bit of fun".

Speaking to The New York Times, Thurman recalled how Tarantino refused her request for a stuntwoman and made her do the driving for one shot, despite her fears that the auto was not safe.

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"The night's big victor was aspiring songstress Evvie McKinney, whom Fergie praised, telling ET, "[She] is a beast!" "She wasn't bleeding or anything", he said. THE COVER UP after the fact is UNFORGIVABLE. for this i hold Lawrence Bender, E. Bennett Walsh, and the notorious Harvey Weinstein exclusively responsible. they lied, destroyed evidence, and continue to lie about the permanent harm they caused and then chose to suppress. the cover up did have malicious intent, and shame on these three for all eternity.