The Time’s Up Foundation has argued that director Brett Ratner, who was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017, should not be able to return.
Director Brett Ratner was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017 by seven different women, prompting Warner Bros. to distance itself from the filmmaker. Recently, it was reported that Millennium Media will be embarking on a project in association with Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment, a move that has been condemned by the Time’s Up Foundation.
The foundation’s executive director, Tina Tchen, stated: “TIME’S UP was born out of the national tally on sexual harassment in the workplace. Our movement is the product of countless acts of courage by many survivors, including those who spoke out about what they suffered. at the hands of Brett Ratner “. He added: “Not only did Ratner never acknowledge or apologize for the damage he caused, but he also filed lawsuits in an attempt to silence the voices of survivors who came forward.”
Tchen went on to say, “You can’t just go away for a couple of years and then resurface and act like nothing happened. We haven’t forgotten, and won’t forget. And Millennium Media shouldn’t either.
Ratner’s accusers include actors Ellen Page, Melanie Kohler, Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, among others. Ratner has denied the allegations of harassment and sexual misconduct. Since then, he has dropped the defamation suits he filed against his accusers.
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Source: Time’s Up Foundation
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