Actress Melissa Gilbert claims that Oliver Stone sexually harassed her while she was auditioning for a role in the three-time Oscar-winner’s 1991 Jim Morrison biopic The Doors.
During an interview with radio host Andy Cohen Monday, Gilbert said that Stone used the audition (the role would eventually go to Meg Ryan) as a means to sexually humiliate her in retaliation because “I had said something and embarrassed him publicly.”
She explained that Stone, “wrote this special scene that he wanted me to do for him physically in the casting room, and it was humiliating and horrid.” She claims she was told to get on her knees saying, “Do me, baby.” She refused and left the audition humiliated and in tears.
“He got me back and it hurt,” she says.
Gilbert is Stone’s second accuser. Carrie Stevens, a former Playboy Playmate, recently came forward to accuse Stone of groping her breast 26 years ago.