Vivian Kubrick, daughter of legendary director Stanley Kubrick, says Shelley Duvall's appearance Friday on Dr. Phil had "nothing to do with compassionate healing," E! Online reports. While some have called for a boycott of the show for exploiting the 67-year-old actress, Kubrick—who hasn't seen Duvall since she starred in her father's The Shining—is trying to raise money to help get her healthy. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Duvall appeared to be suffering from mental illness during her Dr. Phil appearance. She said she fears doctors will try to kill her and believes Robin Williams is not only still alive but a shape-shifter.
Kubrick launched a GoFundMe page for Duvall on Friday; it raised more than $16,000 in a day. "I think more and more people now realize how brutal the Hollywood system is and how people aren't really taken care of even though the studio system has benefited greatly from their talent," Kubrick says. "I just think she deserves a great deal more respect," Kubrick adds. Kubrick says she's unsure if Duvall gets government benefits and doesn't want to jeopardize those, so she may put the money raised into a trust fund for the actress. She is also trying to get Duvall health insurance through the Screen Actors Guild. Duvall quit acting 15 years ago. (Read more Shelley Duvall stories.)