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She said she reported it to police in 2013, but said the case was closed without charges.Johnson, who sparked outrage last year after posting images on Facebook that compared then- President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to monkeys, said the allegations are “without merit.” He said he wouldn’t resign, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.“In light of allegations of misconduct against our investor Andrew Duncan, I am assuming sole ownership and leadership of June Pictures,” June Pictures CEO Alex Saks said in a statement to Variety.“June Pictures is committed to a respectful work environment dedicated to producing quality films.14 that Duncan, the producer of the critically acclaimed film The Florida Project, stepped down from his production company June Pictures amid allegations that he sexually harassed several people at the company.The allegations, which were detailed in The Hollywood Reporter, included having one employee pay for prostitutes, asking a female producer to have sex with her husband while he watched and kissing a crew member without her consent.The former movie executive denies the new accusations and “any allegations of non-consensual sex,” but said in a statement to the Times that, “I appreciate the way I’ve behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologize for it.” The Weinstein scandal has sparked a national conversation about sexual misconduct and prompted others to come forward with accusations ranging from groping to rape against prominent men, including former Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick, House of Cards star Kevin Spacey, actor Ben Affleck and former President George H. Variety reported that CBS TV Studios opened two human resources investigations into allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination against Kern, the showrunner of NCIS: New Orleans, in 2016.The allegations included making sexualized remarks about women, giving women massages without their consent and mocking a nursing mother in front of her colleagues.
“I have the utmost respect for women and celebrate the courage of those who have come forth to tell their truth…
Variety reported that CBS found that Kern had made “insensitive” and “offensive” comments, but found no evidence of discrimination, harassment or gender bias.
CBS told Variety in a statement: “We were aware of these allegations when they took place in 2016, and took them very seriously.
I apologize now publicly for my actions.” He added that his female staffers “are among the best in the business and putting any of them in humiliating situations is unjustifiable.” A spokesperson for Friedman did not immediately respond to TIME’s request for comment.
The Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting reported on Dec.