"They're all best friends, but then, it ended up working out awesome.
Everyone welcomed me, and Doug Ellin just really made it feel like home on set for me.
Kevin Costner can today be named as the Hollywood star accused of performing a 'disgusting' sex act before a hotel masseuse.
A gagging order had prevented his name being published in Britain where his behaviour was at the centre of an industrial tribunal hearing.
Yesterday, as she won an undisclosed payout from the hotel, lawyers successfully argued against the ban on printing Costner's name in British publications.
Costner's publicist has previously admitted the actor was the man in question and tried to distance him from any wrongdoing.
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The distraught masseuse, who cannot be named, claimed unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination.
She said her bosses started treating her differently after she complained about Costner's behaviour and she was eventually sacked.
Costner was accused of grabbing the 34-year-old woman who was massaging him, dropping his towel and exposing himself to her.
The incident is said to have occurred while he was honeymooning at the five-star Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland, with his second wife.
The man who reigned in the '80s and '90s as one of Hollywood's biggest stars has demonstrated a relentlessness both impressive and rare, even when it veers into stubbornness. The very nature of the story touched Costner's core -- a passionate concern with the often bloody history of America and its search for righteousness.