According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Brothers has severed all ties with director and producer Brett Ratner in light of the recent sexual harassment and assault accusations six women have made against him, including actress Olivia Munn. The LA Times reported that Munn visited the set of After The Sunset, a film Ratner directed back in 2004.
Munn was still an aspiring actress, and when she delivered him a meal, he masturbated in front of her.
The LA Times also detailed a rape accusation Melanie Kohler made against Ratner. Kolhler stated:
[Ratner] preyed on me as a drunk girl [and] forced himself upon me ... Brett Ratner raped me.
In response, Ratner has sued Kohler for defamation.
Ratner released a statement, saying:
In light of the allegations being made, I am choosing to personally step away from all Warner Bros.-related activities. I don’t want to have any possible negative impact to the studio until these personal issues are resolved.
Some people on Twitter thought Ratner was finally getting his comeuppance:
Others had clapbacks for those who questioned why the accusers didn't go to the police right away:
Even celebrity personality Perez Hilton got in on this one:
Olivia Munn decided to reach out via Twitter:
She also shared her love for Kohler:
Replies from Munn's followers flooded in, sharing words of support:
One woman had an extremely personal thank you:
Even Munn's former Newsroom co-star, Thomas Sadoski, chimed in:
Sexual assault is a serious crime. If you or anyone you know is a victim, please check out these resources:
More From Guacamoley
People weren't quite sure how to react to this aquatic obscurity.
Girls may run the world, but it's not always easy.
These thieves are real buttheads.
Fans think Ferris Bueller needs a "day off" to re-think this decision.