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Fergie explains that resurfaced 'Planet Terror' video of Quentin Tarantino biting her

Fergie explains that resurfaced 'Planet Terror' video of Quentin Tarantino biting her

AN INTERVIEW where Quentin Tarantino defends a Hollywood director accused of raping a 13-year-old girl has resurfaced after Uma Thurman spoke out about a horror auto crash she was involved in on the set of Kill Bill. Tarantino has since called the incident "one of my most horrendous mistakes".

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". In a clip from the set, the director is seen tackling her, after which she says, "F**ker, get off me". Fergie starred in the horror double feature alongside Rose McGowan, Josh Brolin, Bruce Willis, Kurt Russell and Rosario Dawson.

"The night's big victor was aspiring songstress Evvie McKinney, whom Fergie praised, telling ET, "[She] is a beast!"

"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.

"It wasn't that bad". According to Jezebel, Fergie told a story about how Tarantino, who was playing a zombie in the Robert Rodriguez film, bit her. "Certainly he felt some teeth on flesh, but it happens, people get into their role". "Quentin fucking bit me". My manager has it on his camera. "It was insane cool".




"We kept having to redo the scene because he was so into being this creature that he was making all these noises", Fergie said in the original interview.

In the feature, Ferie explains that Tarantino was acting out a zombie scene with her, when the alleged bite occurred.

While Fergie doesn't show any indication that she had a problem with Tarantino's behavior-like Uma Thurman did-the incident fits nicely in the narrative building around him of putting women into physically unsafe situations.

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".

We were having a little bit of fun", she told Entertainment Tonight following the wrap party for Fox singing competition show The Four: "Battle for Stardom in Los Angeles on Thursday night.