One Angel has reported in with sobering news. Speaking on a Tuesday segment of the podcast "Asian Enough," actress Lucy Liu said that her Charlie's Angles (2000) co-star Bill Murray had thrown intense insults at her while they worked on the film. The action comedy film released after the success of its TV show predecessor with an all-new trio starring Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, and Cameron Diaz as Dylan Sanders, Alex Munday, and Natalie Cook respectively. While John Forsythe reprised his role - or, his voice did - of the titular Charlie, Bill Murray played their more visible helper John Bosley. It drew inspiration from the show by incorporating ambitious stunts and intense fights. But both in and out of combat could be demanding for the cast. Lucy Liu recounts conflicts with Bill Murray CHARLIE'S ANGELS, Drew Barrymore, Bill Murray, Lucy Liu, 2000 \/ Everett Collection Elementary star Lucy Liu recently addressed long-circulating rumors of disquiet between herself and Bill Murray during their work on Charlie's Angels. Earlier this month, accounts of fighting went viral over Twitter. She elaborated in the podcast, explaining that "We had taken the weekend to rework that particular scene and Bill Murray was not able to come because he had to attend some family gathering. So it was everyone else, and we just made the scene more fluid." RELATED: Bill Murray Shares Why He Doesn\u2019t Have An Agent Or Regular Phone Number However, when he was there, tensions noticeably rose between him and Liu. Liu continued, revealing that Murray started "to sort of hurl insults" that "kept going on and on." At first, she was stunned and confused. She shared, "I was, like, \u2018Wow, he seems like he\u2019s looking straight at me.\u2019 I couldn\u2019t believe that it could be towards me, because what do I have to do with anything majorly important at that time." Back then, she claims, she had the least creative input for the show compared to her co-stars. Reflecting back on events now https:\/\/twitter.com\/LucyLiu\/status\/1420158487791767553 Liu did not mutely take the insults and instead responded and stood up for herself. "If you confront me I will attack," she went on, "and that\u2019s exactly what happened because it was unjust and it was uncalled for." Without going into specifics, she said she "very intimately" remembers that confrontation and the "inexcusable and unacceptable" language he used. For all of this, though, Liu added she does not hate or begrudge Murray. "I have nothing against Bill Murray at all. I\u2019ve seen him since then at an SNL reunion, and he came up to me and was perfectly nice," she explained. "But I\u2019m not going to sit there and be attacked." She was something of her own advocate back then because, as she recalls it, the media presented her as the problem and painted her as difficult. So, ultimately, she stressed, "I stood up for myself, and I don\u2019t regret it. Because no matter how low on the totem pole you may be or wherever you came from, there\u2019s no need to condescend or to put other people down." What do you think of this reported conflict?