The Time’s Up Foundation has argued that director Brett Ratner, who was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017, shouldn’t be allowed a comeback.
Director Brett Ratner was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017 by seven completely different ladies, inflicting Warner Bros. to distance themselves from the filmmaker. Recently, it was reported that Millennium Media might be embarking on a challenge in affiliation with Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment, a transfer that has been condemned by the Time’s Up Foundation.
The basis’s CEO, Tina Tchen, said, “TIME’S UP was born out of the nationwide counting on office sexual harassment. Our motion is a product of numerous brave acts by many survivors, together with those that spoke out about what they endured by the hands of Brett Ratner.” She added, “Not solely did Ratner by no means acknowledge or apologize for the hurt he triggered, however he additionally filed lawsuits in an try to silence the voices of survivors who got here ahead.”
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Tchen then went on to say, “You do not get to go away for a pair years after which resurface and act like nothing occurred. We haven’t – and won’t – overlook. And Millennium Media shouldn’t both. There needs to be no comeback.”
Ratner’s accusers embrace actors Ellen Page, Melanie Kohler, Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, amongst others. Ratner has denied claims of sexual misconduct and harassment. He has since dropped the defamation lawsuits he filed in opposition to his accusers.
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Source: Time’s Up Foundation
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