'Predator' Sex Offender Victim Is 'Eternally Grateful' To Olivia Munn

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"I have no shame for what was done to me", Carnes said.

The "Jane Doe" victim of The Predator sex offender actor has officially spoken out, saying that she has "no shame for what was done" to her.

A Fox spokesman told The Washington Post last week that the studio had not been aware of Striegel's background when he was hired.

Initially, Black defended his decision to cast Striegel. "I can understand others might disapprove, as his conviction was on a sensitive charge and not to be taken lightly".

"I'm just blown away, honestly", said Munn about Carnes' statement to the Los Angeles Times.

"I was not able to speak for myself when I was 14".

The controversy surrounding the casting decision has overshadowed promotional efforts for "The Predator".

Munn was the driving force behind alerting the studio, 20th Century Fox, and her co-stars about Striegel's criminal history after being tipped off by an acquaintance.

Munn has said she has felt isolated since sharing the information about Striegel.

After finishing an interview with Tremblay, Munn sat down for a solo interview with The Hollywood Reporter in which she discussed what transpired after the initial bombshell, as well as her justified disappointment in Shane Black and her fellow cast members. "It was really important to me to get the scene deleted". She then had to go to Toronto International Film Festival to promote the film, explaining on Twitter that she's contactually obligated to do so. "Without the support from online, I would have just still been one voice". "What happened to that girl until it came out in the LA Times on Thursday", she said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" earlier this week.

'Nobody talked to me. "I'm very sorry to anybody".

Olivia Munn has admitted she has been "so blown away" by the support she has received after going public with her fight to have a scene with a registered sex offender cut from her latest film, The Predator. "I am supposed to vet things, I am the captain of this ship, I am not supposed to make choices for my actors. if I had known the things I should have known, I wouldn't have cast him".

Actress Olivia Munn claimed that cast and crew gave her the cold shoulder following her protest out of fear it would bring down the movie.

'She spoke up for me. "In turn she stood for all who have suffered like I have", Carnes wrote in her statement.

"The public, social media, fans, strangers on the street, all of the news outlets have been extremely supportive and that's such a gift because it's not an easy situation to be in". He pleaded guilty to risk of injury to a child and enticing a minor by computer, not assault.

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