In a new chapter of the #TimesUp movement, some allegations have been coming out against revered “Pulp Fiction” director Quentin Tarantino, but they’re not of a sexual nature. These allegations suggest that mistreatment of women is common for the director, as he gets heavily involved in a lot of the violence in his films. So, now, the movement is about more than just powerful Hollywood players abusing their power over women to get sexual favours – it’s about their overall aggression towards women in general.

Fergie joins Uma Thurman and Diane Kruger

Now, Fergie has joined the list of Tarantino’s accusers alongside Uma Thurman and Diane Kruger. Thurman released footage of a car crash that she was forced into after the director lied about the safety of both the car and the road, and also alleges that the director choked her with a chain and spat in her face during the production of “Kill Bill.” Kruger alleges that Tarantino strangled her during the shoot of “Inglourious Basterds.” So, the problem is that this guy really does get off on violence against women – he doesn’t just make films about it.

Fergie claims that on the set of “Planet Terror,” Tarantino played a zombie and bit her so hard that it left a mark.

She added that “we kept having to redo the scene,” because Tarantino got too “into” his role as a “creature.” “Planet Terror” was one half of the double feature “Grindhouse.” Tarantino directed the other half, “Death Proof,” but it was reported at the time that he was heavily involved in the production of the Robert Rodriguez-directed “Planet Terror.” In a clip from the set, the director is seen tackling her, after which she says, “F**ker, get off me.”