While he did not go open public, about the incident he finally did report it to your HFPA, but their response was very clear: Fraser was rarely invited back in the Globes after The year 2003.
In the article, Berk says he had written a letter to Fraser about the incident but ‘admitted no wrongdoing.’
Fraser asserted that he became depressed and started telling himself he deserved what had happened to him.
‘I was blaming me and I was miserable – since i was saying: “This is almost nothing; this guy reached around and he copped a feel”. That summer used on – and I can’t don’t forget what I went on to work about next.’
Fraser also says that a roles he was in needed a physical toll on her. His physical prime from 1997’s ‘George of the Jungle’ ended up being fast-fading.
‘By the time I did the third Mummy photo in China [in 2008], I was come up with with tape and ice…’bring about they’re small and light and they can fit under your clothing. I was building an exoskeleton for me daily.’
Eventually the injuries your dog received while performing his or her stunts required multiple surgery:
He needed a lumbar laminectomy, a new surgery that removes the rear portion of a vertebra in the back, to create more room while in the spinal canal.
However, it didn’t take and it had to be done once again a year later. He undergone a partial knee replacement, even more back surgery involving bolting various compressed spinal pads together with each other and even surgery to repair his particular vocal cords.
Fraser said they was in and out of hostipal wards for almost seven years.
The acting professional has been enjoying a minor resurgence on television, with a lauded boosting part in Showtime’s ‘The actual Affair’ and an upcoming role throughout FX’s ‘Trust’.
‘Maybe I am over-reacting when it comes to what the instance was,’ he tells about the Berk allegation. ‘I just really know what my truth is.’