The anti-sexual harassment group Time’s Up is trying to stop director Brett Ratner’s attempt at a career comeback, claiming that the Hollywood filmmaker has never acknowledged the sexual misconduct accusations made against him by several women.
In a statement issued Saturday, Time’s Up said “there should be no comeback” for Ratner. The statement came days after Millennium Media announced that it has hired him to direct what would be his first movie in nearly seven years — a biopic of the ’80s rock group Milli Vanilli.
“Not only did Ratner never acknowledge or apologize for the harm he caused, but he also filed lawsuits in an attempt to silence the voices of survivors who came forward – a tactic right out of the predator’s playbook,” said Tina Tchen, president and CEO of the Time’s Up Foundation.
“You don’t get to go away for a couple years and then resurface and act
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