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through the Rat Pac-Dune Entertainment vehicle that Ratner founded with Australian media mogul James Packer.
In April, Len Blavatnik’s Access Entertainment acquired Packer’s stake in Rat Pac.
Ratner, whose film credits include the “Rush Hour” franchise and “X-Men: The Last Stand,” has long cultivated a playboy image and bragged about his friendships with the likes of Roman Polanski and James Toback, one a convicted rapist and the other accused of serial sexual harassment and assault.
The Times report comes as Hollywood has come under greater scrutiny about its culture of harassment following bombshell reports that contain dozens of accusations of rape, assault, and aggressive advances toward women made by Harvey Weinstein.
Henstridge told the Times that Ratner, 48, allegedly forced her to perform oral sex on him during an incident in his New York apartment in the early 1990s when she was a 19-year-old model.
Several media outlets have been chasing the Ratner story over the past two weeks.
As reporters canvassed the entertainment industry, digging into the director and producer’s behavior, there were indications that support for Ratner might have been weakening.
“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot dropped out of an awards celebration honoring Ratner.
Carrie Underwood is married to Mike Fisher of the Nashville Predators and Hilary Duff recently had a baby with husband Mike Comrie, who retired from the sport after playing for several NHL teams.
Director and producer Brett Ratner has been accused of sexual harassment or misconduct by six women, including actress Natasha Henstridge, according to a report published Wednesday by the Los Angeles Times.