Oh, dear. Deary, deary, dear. Quentin Tarantino is not having a good week. First, the woman formerly known as his “muse,” Uma Thurman, came forward with her story about sexual assault and abuse at the hands of much-accused serial rapist Harvey Weinstein, a story that included allegations about Tarantino forcing her to perform dangerous stunts, choking her with a chain, and spitting in her face on the set of a movie.

And now, some old audio of a conversation between Tarantino and Howard Stern has surfaced where the director defended the actions of Roman Polanski, the “Chinatown” director, who was charged with drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl way back in 1977, when he fled the country before a verdict was reached and he was sentenced to prison.

According to the “Reservoir Dogs” director, Polanski’s victim “wanted to have it.” Geez, Louise.

Tarantino decided to come up with his own definition of ‘rape’

In his interview with Stern, Tarantino decided to come up with his own definition of the word “rape.” He’s decided that statutory rape and drugging someone before having sex with them does not count at rape. “To me,” he says, “when you use the word ‘rape,’ you’re talking about violent, throwing them down...You can’t throw the word ‘rape’ around. It’s like throwing the word ‘racist’ around.” It’s worth noting that Tarantino uses the N-word very liberally in his movies and has often been accused of racism.