Actress Geena Davis, who worked with Bill Murray in the 1990's flick "Quick Change," shared two alleged incidents with the actor that made her uncomfortable.

The 66-year-old actress recalled the first time she met Murray, 72, and his co-director and a producer in a hotel room.

"I came in and went to sit down with everybody sitting there," she said, during the "On with Kara Swisher" podcast's Monday episode. "But Bill Murray popped up and said, 'Hey, have you ever tried the thumper?'"

Davis questioned Murray, "What? No. What's that?" and she recalled the actor invited her to try it. After she said "No," Murray allegedly insisted that she "lay down," and said, "I wanna try it on you."

"I'm like, 'No, no, no thank you.' And he keeps at it. And I keep saying 'No' to the point where I would've had to scream at him, 'Stop f--king asking me! I am not doing it. Do you understand?' Which I was far too timid to do."

The actress said once she agreed to do it, Murray did it for a second and then didn't even question if she liked it or not, which made her realize that he just wanted to see if he can "force" her to do something "inappropriate."

Davis shared another incident when they were filming a "huge scene out on an intersection in Manhattan with hundreds of extras and giant crew and all that stuff." When she was called on the set, Davis shared, she informed that someone from costumes asked her to wait for a second before she enters the set.

While she was asking if she should still wait for the costumes team or go ahead on the set, Murray arrived wearing a full clown costume and barged into her trailer furiously.

"[Murray] slams into the trailer with rage coming out of his eyeballs and starts screaming at me and swearing at me, 'Get the f--k out there! What the f--k are you doing? Move! Move!' And he got behind me and screamed in my ear, "Move! Move faster! Move it!'" she recalled.

Davis said while she was getting to the intersection, where they were filming, hundreds of people watched this happen.

"He keeps it up and keeps it up until he says, 'Stand there,' and points to a mark on the pavement and starts shooting," she said. "Talking about it actually, it's still — it's very emotional for me because I felt so ashamed, you know, for somebody who wants to do things right. You know?"

Earlier in October 2022, Davis accused Murray of behaving inappropriately during an interview.

In the clip shared on YouTube, the actor can be seen taking the strap of Davis' dress down, forcing her to readjust her outfit quickly.

Geena Davis as "Sandy Devereaux St. Clair" in Netflix's "GLOW" Season 3. Netflix