CEO of Warner Bros. fired after investigating the connection with the actress
CEO of the Warner Bros. film company Kevin Tsujihara was fired after an internal investigation, conducted on charges of having sex with an actress. It is reported by The Wall Street Journal.
"Kevin has made a great contribution to the success of the study over the last 25 years, and for this we thank him. Kevin admits that his mistakes are incompatible with the expectations of the management of the company and can influence the ability of the company to do their jobs in the future, "said John Stankey, director of the WarnerMedia holding company (owned by AT & T).
The newspaper notes that AT & T has linked an investigation into an article in The Hollewood Reporter. He said that Tsudzhihara had a sexual relationship with actress Charlotte Kirk. The publication referred to their correspondence. It followed from her that Tsujihara had promised her to use her position in order to obtain the main roles of the film.
At the same time, the actress received two episodic roles in the films "8 of Ocean's Friends" and "Actively Searching". The article also states that director Brett Runter accused the actress of attempting to extort him.