Matthew Morrison’s new film, “Crazy Alien,” has been accused of animal abuse on set.
During the filming of the Chinese science fiction film, a set member sent PETA a video of a German Shepherd allegedly being mistreated while shooting a stunt.
The video and an account of the alleged incident by the crew member was made public by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Thursday.
“On November 28th, 2017, I witnessed firsthand one of the worst animal cruelty acts I have ever seen,” the staffer-turned-whistleblower told PETA, per a log the group released.
The crew member further detailed the alleged abuse, according to PETA.
“The second the dog cage rose into the air, the dog stopped barking instantly as the cables were used to spin the cage out of control in circles before solidly landing 40–50 feet away. The director took many takes and this was just awful to witness as the torment went on.”
The alleged animal abuse continued during another scene, the crew member claimed.
“The next shot was at the river’s edge where the dog was put back into his cage and tormented into a frenzy once again,” the whistleblower said. “This time…
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