When The Casper Film Was Made, There Were ‘So Many Things’ That Could Have Been a Nightmare
There were so many things that could have been a nightmare for a man named Casper.
The 26-year-old was living in a trailer park in the early 1990s, a short walk from a remote beach.
It was a bleak place to be.
Casper had just graduated from high school, but by that point he had already been involved in a series of bizarre acts, including kidnapping and sexual assault.
It wasn’t until his arrest that authorities could finally piece together what had been going on.
Caitlyn Caster, who was 14 at the time, was abducted from the trailer park and kept as a sex slave for five years.
Her captor was a man who had worked as a stripper at a strip club, and Caster said that the man used his fame to keep her as his sex slave.
The story of Casper’s life is still somewhat shrouded in mystery, but Caster told MTV News in a 2014 interview that the events of 1992 were part of her ordeal.
She told the website: I was in a car with this guy, I was driving in the back, and he was like, ‘You know, you might wanna see my new film.
I think you could use some help.
You know, we need you for something.
He was very funny.
He’s like, you wanna see this film?’
I was like okay, but I was also like, “Well, I don’t know if I wanna do this.”
I wasn’t doing anything wrong, she said.
But then something happened.
The man who hired Caster for sex was arrested.
Caster, now 25, says that she was taken to a hotel and then released.
She was told to go to a strip bar and get her clothes, but she refused.
Caster says that the barman was so abusive that he beat her up for no reason.
She claims he tied her up and made her wear a t-shirt that said “I Don’t Have To Fuck You,” but she says she didn’t know it was a fake one.
Cater was taken back to the trailer where she was held captive.
Her body was stripped and her face covered with a tarp, and she was forced to sleep with the man she had been kidnapped by for five nights.
Caspary, who had been released after only two hours, was forced by the man to drink beer and watch the movie that had been scheduled for the night.
Caspary says that he forced her to watch the film while she was drunk and that he put his arm around her.
When she resisted, he told her to call the police.
The film, called Casper, is still a best-selling book and has been nominated for two Academy Awards.
Cargas story is far from the only one that has spawned a story.
There have been numerous other cases of alleged rape in Hollywood, including the infamous “Boys Don’t Cry” case that rocked the industry in 1991.
In 1992, a teenage girl from North Carolina, who called herself “Lola,” told authorities that she had raped a 17-yearold boy at a movie theater in a case that garnered widespread media attention.
Lola was arrested and charged with three counts of first-degree rape and two counts of lewd and lascivious behavior.
She was released on a $10,000 bond, and when the charges were dropped, she claimed that she went back to her trailer to watch “Casper.”
After a lengthy legal battle, Lola pleaded guilty to three counts.
She received a suspended sentence, and the judge allowed her to return to the movie theater.
Lace, now 26, told the site that she would like to meet Caspar.
In a 2006 interview with the Hollywood Reporter, the actor says that his mother is not a fan of the film.
Capy is not the only star to have faced sexual assault allegations in Hollywood.
In 2012, Thelma Schoonmaker, a star of “Downton Abbey” and “The Tudors,” accused producer Harvey Weinstein of groping her in 1998.
She said that he made her feel like she was being used and sexually harassed.
Weinstein has denied all allegations against him.
In 2013, the singer Lena Dunham accused her then-boyfriend, Ben Affleck, of sexual misconduct, while also describing Weinstein as a man she thought was a misogynist.
Affleck and Affleck both denied the accusations.
The Weinstein scandal is just one of the many stories of alleged sexual misconduct in Hollywood that has come to light since the release of the “Carpool Karaoke” documentary in 2014.
A slew of actresses have come forward, including Kate Beckinsale, Ashley Judd, Lupita Nyong’o, Jennifer Lawrence, Rosario Dawson, Lupanea and more.
The “Capy” film has received glowing reviews from critics