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J.J. Abrams & 'Lost' Producers Apologize to Evangeline Lilly After Comments About Feeling 'Cornered' on Set

J.J. Abrams & 'Lost' Producers Apologize to Evangeline Lilly After Comments About Feeling 'Cornered' on Set

J.J. Abrams and the producers of Lost are responding to Evangeline Lilly‘s comments about feeling “cornered” into filming partially nude scenes during the show.

The Lost actress recently opened up about her experience on the series and how several scenes left her feeling “mortified” and “trembling.”

J.J. says since hearing her comments, he has reached out to personally apologize to Evangeline.

“Our response to Evie’s comments in the media was to immediately reach out to her to profoundly apologize for the experience she detailed while working on Lost. We have not yet connected with her, but remain deeply and sincerely sorry,” he said in a statement to ET.

He added, “No person should ever feel unsafe at work. Period.”

Be sure to read all that Evangeline had to say about the experience.

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  • tom

    One more reason for men to hate working with women. Women should only work with other women, gays and trans. End of the problem.

  • Wendy

    Oh my god, say NO. Jesus. If they didn’t physically force her to take her clothes off, there is literally no reason for her not to say no. Scared to lose her job? Still not sexual assault unless they physically forced her.