In recent times, more people have shared experiences with legendary actor and comedian Bill Murray in which he allegedly behaved inappropriately.
Earlier this year, the production of Aziz Ansari’s directorial debut, Being mortal, was stopped after a woman filed a complaint about Bill’s behavior on set.
In his new memory, Dying of kindnessGeena Davis also describes more cases of Murray’s alleged inappropriate behavior which, in retrospect, made her want to “get out” of her audition for the 1990 comedy. Quick change.
Now, actor Seth Green has shared an experience he had with Bill when he was an extra kid on the set of Live Saturday night.
During an appearance on the Mythical good morning show, Seth revealed that the comedian allegedly lifted him by the ankles and dropped him into a garbage can when he was nine.
According to Seth, the incident happened when Bill was hosting a 1981 episode of the long-running sketch comedy series.
“[Murray] He saw me sitting on the arm of this chair and made a big fuss that I was in his seat, “Seth said.” And I was like, ‘This is absurd. I’m sitting on the arm of this sofa. different lengths of this sofa. Please leave. ‘ And he was like, ‘This is my chair.’ “
At that time, Seth’s mother suggested that he give Bill the full sofa, but he didn’t move.
“Are you that idiot?” she remembers thinking. “It’s rude to tell a nine-year-old to get out of his chair. What is this power play?”
At that point, Seth states, Bill “grabbed me by the ankles” and held him “upside down” over a garbage can. “He was like, ‘The garbage goes to the garbage can.’ And I was screaming, and I swung my arms, I fidgeted wildly, in full contact with his balls. “
“He left me in the garbage can, the garbage can falls. I was horrified. I ran away, hid under the table in my dressing room and cried.”
You can watch Seth’s entire interview here.