Uma Thurman engaged in real life action to get her money back
Melbourne: Uma Thurman proved she could pull off some real life action - she stormed into Hollywood accountant Kenneth Starr`s office to demand her money he had lost.
Thurman, who hired Starr as her accountant, confronted him in April after she found he had lost 1 million dollars of her cash, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The news soon spread that Starr paid the Kill Bill actress in full and his other celebrity clients started making similar demands.
But Starr was unable to pay up.
The FBI were informed and they found Starr "cowering" behind clothing in the walk-in wardrobe of his Manhattan apartment.
Starr, 66, has since appeared in court for allegedly cheating a string of prominent clients to live a life of luxury.
Magician David Blaine and actor Al Pacino are among stars who are believed to still have investments tied up with his firm.
Starr reportedly told clients he would invest their money in safe deals while he is said to have pocketed the cash himself or channelled it to his stripper wife, Diane Passage, 34, or other associates and their ventures.