The Hollywood Reporter reported in an article revealed on Wednesday that Tsujihara contacted different executives on behalf of actress Charlotte Kirk concerning auditions for numerous roles in movies and TV being produced by the studio. Text messages allegedly exchanged between the 2 over a three-year interval beginning in 2013 and revealed by THR seem to present that the 2 had met in particular person a number of instances and appeared to be engaged in a sexual relationship.
The textual content messages, if genuine, additionally present that Kirk repeatedly requested Tsujihara to introduce her to individuals who may assist her land appearing work. There is not any indication, nonetheless, that Tsujihara pressured anybody at Warner Bros. to forged her in a film.
Kirk was forged in 2016’s “How to Be Single” and 2018’s “Ocean’s 8,” each of that are Warner Bros. films.
THR reported final 12 months that WarnerMedia employed a regulation agency to investigate the content material of an nameless letter despatched to Stankey that raised questions on whether or not a Warner Bros. government had promised talking roles to an actress. WarnerMedia stated on the time that the investigation didn’t reveal any proof of misconduct, in accordance to THR.
“Through her spokesperson, the actress has publicly denied any impropriety in her casting, and our prior investigation did not find otherwise,” a WarnerMedia spokesman informed CNN Business on Wednesday. “Whenever we receive new allegations, it is our standard practice to conduct an appropriate investigation. And that is what we will do here.”
In a press release, Bert Deixler, an lawyer representing Tsujihara, stated, “Mr. Tsujihara had no direct role in the hiring of this actress.”
“Charlotte Kirk emphatically denies any inappropriate behavior on the part of… Kevin Tsujihara, and she has no claims against [him],” a spokesperson for Kirk stated in a press release. “Mr. Tsujihara never promised Ms. Kirk anything.”