"When we shot one of our last scenes in a courtroom, she was walking around barefoot and the bottom of her feet were black with dirt," he wrote."She was sitting behind me and kept rubbing her dirty feet on my neck.
" as Phillips allegedly continued her taunting.) co-star Nick Stahl, whom Phillips was dating at the time, convinced her to apologize after a long talk.
He wrote that she did ultimately apologize, but he felt like it wasn't sincere.
" Though they cut the scene so Franzese could collect himself, when they continued shooting, Phillips continued to make faces.
According to Franzese, Phillips' boyfriend at the time convinced him to let her apologize.
' and laughing while the producers did nothing to stop her." RELATED: Horrible New Details About The 'Shark Tank' Star Accused Of Raping His Ex-Girlfriend At An Underground Sex Club Franzese said he reluctantly told Phillips he was bi — he hadn't yet identified as gay — and said the actress cackled and said "HA! " She also constantly referred to him as the "Bi guy."In an "extremely vulnerable moment" Franzese had to take his shirt off for a scene.
According to him, Phillips pointed to his body and yelled: "Ewwww gross!!
It started with a lot of eye rolling whenever we spoke but escalated when we did a cast shoot for the poster.
As we were shooting, she kept loudly saying 'Are you gay?!
"The Los Angeles Police Department Robbery Homicide Division, Sexual Assault Section, is conducting an investigation involving the actor Danny Masterson.
Three women have come forward and disclosed that they were sexually assaulted by Masterson during the early 2000s," read a statement from LAPD's robbery-homicide division.
The 39-year-old actor wrote a lengthy post on Facebook detailing the "homophobia, body shaming and physical abuse" he suffered at the hands of the actress that gave him post-traumatic stress disorder, leading him to "stay closeted for a long time.""On my first film BULLY I was harassed by Bijou Phillips the entire shoot," he wrote.