Six women have come forward claiming they were victims of sexual harassment and assault by Rush Hour director, Brett Ratner.
In a Los Angeles Times expose, the popular Hollywood director has been accused of multiple counts of sexual assault and harrassment by several different women.
Among the accused is model-turned-actress Natasha Henstridge, 43, who claims that Ratner forced her into performing oral sex on him in the 90s after the two spent the night hanging out at a friends house in New York.
'He strong armed me in a real way. He physically forced himself on me,' she said. 'At some point, I gave in and did his thing.'
Another high-profile actress that has come forward is Olivia Munn, who claims the director masturbated in front of her back in 2004 when she was asked to deliver food to his trailer on the set of After The Sunset.
'He walked out...with his belly sticking out, no pants on, shrimp cocktail in one hand and he was furiously masturbating in the other,' she told the LA Times.
'And before I literally could even figure out where to escape or where to look, he ejaculated,' she continued.
Munn also explained why many women do not come forward, saying that, at her sister's recommendation, she called an attorney back in 2004 to look into filing charges or a lawsuit against Ratner. That attorney recommended that she do nothing given Ratner's power in Hollywood and her desire to become an actress.
Ratner chose to respond to the allegations via his attorney, Marty Singer, who claims the actor denies all allegations.
The other two women who came forward were both extras on the set of the 2001 film Rush Hour 2.
Eri Sasaki was 21 and had been modeling prior to filming, and claims that one day Ratner walked over to her and ran a finger down her bare midriff before asking her to join him in the bathroom.
When she declined he said: 'Don't you want to be famous?'
The allegations are already impacting Ratner, with Wonder Woman star Gadot pulling out of a planned appearance in which she was set to honor the director over the weekend at the Jewish National Fund Los Angeles Tree Of Life Dinner.
While the director has denied all allegations, various high-profile women and men have tweeted to show their support to the brave women who have come forward.