The 61-year-old actress starred opposite Harrison Ford in the 1982 cult sci-fi movie and claims their aggressive love scene was orchestrated by director Sir Ridley as revenge because she had turned him down.
Young told The Daily Beast: "Well, honestly, Ridley wanted me to date him. He tried very hard in the beginning of the show to date him, and I never would. I was like, nah.
"And then he started dating the actress who played Zhora, Joanna Cassidy, and I felt relieved.
"And then we do this scene, and I think it was Ridley. I think Ridley was like, 'f*** you.' I was thinking, 'Why did this have to be like that? What was the point of that?' and I think it was Ridley’s none-too-subtle message that he was getting even with me."
The star of Wall Street and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective said the 83-year-old director never forgave her and never worked with her again – and complained that her appearance in 2017 sequel Blade Runner 2049 was just a 30-second cameo as a hologram.
Young said: "I don’t think [he took rejection well], no. He never hired me again, and that was weird. What the f***? You hire Russell Crowe a gazillion times and you’re not gonna hire me again? And I was very nice to Ridley over the years. I never badmouthed him. It didn’t occur to me until later that I guess I’d offended him."
Speaking about her appearance in Blade Runner 2049, which was not directed by Sir Ridley, Young said: "Wasn’t that so full of s***? And there was nothing I could do about it.
"It was very clear that they knew that the audience would be upset that I wasn’t in it, but they didn’t want me to b**** about that publicly. So, they paid me some money, made me sign a non-disclosure agreement, and gave me 30 seconds. And I was like, fine. They did give my son Quinn a job on 2049 in visual arts, and I said all was forgiven."
When Blade Runner was filming Sir Ridley was married to his second wife Sandy Watson.
Young also called director Oliver Stone a "b******" and claimed he fired her in the middle of filming Wall Street for standing up to him.
Young said: "I went to the trailer, got my stuff, and then they told me to get in this car. And this driver, who I thought was going to take me back to Manhattan, drops me off at the bus station.
"I just thought, 'OK. If this is how you get your rocks off.'"
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