Boise woman speaks out on Tom Sizemore allegation
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) —
The Hollywood Reporter released an article Monday accusing Tom Sizemore of violating an 11-year-old girl on a movie set back in 2003.
Sizemore was removed from the set. But since the accuser never filed charges, he was allowed to return.
The casting director at the time for that movie, Catrine McGregor, who now lives in Boise, is speaking out through the magazine and social media.
She received a phone call from the accusers agent the day after it allegedly happened. McGregor says she originally reported the accusation to the Screen Actors Guild. But with no charges, there was nothing she could do and it has haunted her since.
"My whole reason for doing this is I don't want him to be around people who he can do this to again, specifically children. The statistics are if something happened to one child, it probably hasn't been just one child," McGregor said.
The Hollywood Reporter is not identifying the now 26-year old accuser. She's reportedly hired a lawyer to explore legal action against the actor.
Catrine, however, is choosing not to name the movie.