Steven Seagal is “overweight” and “not very friendly to women,” according to Charlize Theron.

Charlize Theron didn’t hold back in an honest interview with Howard Stern, hitting Steven Seagal for his questionable martial arts skills and being overweight.

The award-winning actress, who has appeared in films such as “Atomic Blonde,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “The Fate of the Furious,” and the upcoming “The Old Guard,” was not shy about speaking out about the 70-year-old actor.

Charlize is known for her realistic fight scenes on screen, but she made sure to set Seagal apart from her by saying that his martial arts skills were exaggerated because he had recently gained weight.

She also made it clear that her criticism wasn’t meant as an insult but as a point that she thought needed to be made because of his status in Hollywood.

Zoey claimed that she frequently goes online at night to watch people battle or fight. During her investigation, she came across recordings of Steven Seagal in Japan.

To her surprise, the recordings showed him struggling to fight because he was overweight and couldn’t resist. Instead, the actor was seen “pushing” other people without any reason or provocation, and the whole thing looked like it was set up.

She also said that Seagal’s reputation for “not being very nice to women” was a reason for her hateful words about him.

Zoey gave a fascinating look at how she watched Steven Seagal’s movies in Japan to learn about fighting styles and techniques for her roles.

The clip showed that the actor looked much more critical than usual because he didn’t have the strength or agility to fight physically. It became clear that this scene had been pre-planned, with everything predetermined

Furthermore, with reports of Seagal’s behavior toward women spreading widely in the media, it is clear why Zoey felt safe expressing such strong sentiments against him publicly while defending herself against potential revenge from his followers.

Regina Simons, an extra in Steven Seagal’s 1994 film “On Deadly Ground,” said in 2018 that he abused her during a party while she was only 18 years old.

Since then, many other women have accused him of wrongdoing and violence. A former model from the Netherlands named Faviola Dadis also said that the actor touched her during an audition in 2002.

In 2017, Portia de Rossi tweeted about her experience working with Steven Seagal. She described how her final audition for one of his films had him unzipping his leather pants and reminding her how essential off-screen chemistry was.

Fearful and horrified by this behavior, de Rossi stormed out of his office and called her agent. Several other women have made similar accusations against the actor.