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Gal Gadot breaks silence about this Controversial director Joss Whedon, accusing the “Justice League” set that anything was too wonderful.

in an interview with Israeli outlet N12, the actress claimed that Whedon “threatened my career in a way and said that if I did anything, it would ruin my career.”

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The “Wonder Woman” star, 36, re-addressed the alleged incident in an interview on Monday Elle Magazine, adding that he “started moving the trees as soon as it happened.” When she complained, officials at Warner Bros. handled the situation, she said.

“I was surprised by the way he spoke to me,” Gadot told Elle. “You feel dizzy because you can’t believe it was just said to you. And if he says it to me, obviously he says it to many other people.”

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Gal Gadot confirms Joss Whedon ‘threatened’ his career during ‘Justice League’ reshoot

The post has reached out to Whedon’s reps for comment.

The actress said that she did what she thought she had to do, which was to sound the alarm about Whedon on set. But as Gadot claimed, this isn’t the first time the director has been accused of inappropriate behavior.

Ray Fisher, “Justice League” co-star who plays Cyborg, also Whedon accused of unprofessional behavior on several occasions.

Joss Whedon and Gal Gadot clash on the set of ‘Justice League’

WarnerMedia told the actor that “remedial action” had been taken. A tweet posted by Fischer in December, and gave her a statement: “WarnerMedia appreciates your courage to come forward and assist the Company to create an inclusive and equitable work environment for your employees and partners.”

He alleged that the set of 'Justice League' was anything but amazing.

A “Justice League” Insider also claimed that Whedon was verbally abusive towards Gadot in a blatant story from Hollywood Reporter About Fisher’s allegations in April.

An on-set witness claimed on THR, “Joss was bragging that he was with Gal,” describing the director’s behavior after a particularly vicious brawl.

Gal Gadot attends the 'Justice League' photocall on November 4, 2017 in London, England.

He alleged, “He told her that he was the writer and she was going to be quiet and speak the lines and that he could make her incredibly stupid in this film.”

At the time, Gadot shared similar sentiments about WarnerMedia’s operations. “I had issues with me [Whedon] And Warner Bros. handled it in a timely manner,” Gadot told THR.

Several other stars have surfaced making allegations about Whedon, including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” stars. Eliza Dushkuhandjob charisma carpenter And Michelle Trachtenberg.

Whedon has never formally issued a statement regarding any of the allegations and has not responded to the Post’s previous requests for comment.

Reflecting on the time, Gadot wondered whether those comments would have made Whedon say that she was a man.

“I don’t know. We’ll never know,” she told Elle. “But whatever it is, it’s done. Water under the bridge.”