Hollywood Swamp Scum: Tom Sizemore’s Alleged Sexual Offense Is Brought Out Into The Open.
There have been numerous sexual offenses coming from Hollywood and this one is just downright disgusting. Sizemore allegedly went after a child which is just the most despicable thing a person can do. In a recent news report, it has been revealed that during a movie shoot Sizemore had a scene where a little Eleven-year-old girl had to sit on his lap: “Sizemore allegedly either rubbed his finger against the girl’s vagina or inserted it inside.”
If that doesn’t make your skin crawl you need help. The Alleged Child Molester claimed that he would never touch a child but the Film Crew could tell something was off. During the scene, the little girl suddenly had difficulty following the director’s instructions and the actress that played her mother claimed that you could tell by the little girl’s wide eye expression that something had happened.
The Film crew kicked Sizemore off the set and the Parents decided not to press charges. Now the little girl has grown up and she is now 26 looking for her opportunity to expose Sizemore for the Pedophile he is. It is ridiculous that Sizemore didn’t face any consequences and unbelievable that the girl’s parents just let that slide. What kind of father allows that to happen to their daughter and does nothing. Why is it that there wasn’t a single responsible Adult around this girl that cared enough to go after Sizemore? He may have been famous and rich but money can’t protect you from a baseball bat to the groin.
Eventually, in need of pick-up shots, they invited Sizemore to Spoliansky’s Malibu home a couple of months later for reshoots.
“We had a fiduciary responsibility to complete the film so we decided to go about business as usual — lacking the evidence of what happened that day,” says Spoliansky. Still, he’s quick to add, “We took the allegation extremely seriously and we were willing to do anything, including dismissing Tom. We just couldn’t be police, judge, and jury.”
McGregor, the first to come forward to THR (The Hollywood Reporter) about the episode, speculates that the girl’s parents may not have wanted to compound professional harm with emotional harm, observing that they “didn’t want to possibly ruin their daughter’s film career.”
Sizemore, 55, gained renown in the 1990s for a series of tough-guy supporting roles in primarily action films and dramas, including Point Break, True Romance, Strange Days and Wyatt Earp, leading to his biggest career moments with Saving Private Ryan in 1998 and Black Hawk Down and Pearl Harbor in 2001. (In 2000 he was nominated for a Golden Globe for his acting in the HBO movie Witness Protection.)
After the Born Killers shoot, and in the midst of becoming a father (to twin boys in 2005), Sizemore continued to work steadily, although relegated to smaller roles on less prestigious projects. More recently, though, his career has picked up again, particularly on TV, with notable arcs on USA’s Shooter and Showtime’s revival of Twin Peaks. In September, he appeared opposite Liam Neeson in Felt, playing an FBI rival of the Deep Throat source in the Watergate drama. At press time, according to IMDb, he’s attached to, and frequently listed as starring in, more than three dozen often low-budget and genre-independent film projects in some stage of development or production.
Sizemore has long publicly contended with a drug addiction that dates to his teens. (Among other troubles, Bakersfield police charged him with possession of methamphetamine in 2007, and three years later he appeared on Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew.) He also has a history of alleged aggressive behavior toward women, most recently in February, pleading no contest to two misdemeanor charges of domestic abuse for assaulting his girlfriend in July 2016 in downtown L.A. This followed two previous arrests for suspected battery of another woman in 2009 and 2011, and before that his Fleiss conviction in Los Angeles court in August 2003 — the same month that production began on Born Killers. He’d eventually be sentenced to half a year in prison for the Fleiss matter.
“I remember being excited that he went to jail,” says Jennie Latham, a second assistant director on the film, “even if it was for something else.”