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Josh Trank Is ‘Heartbroken’ About Max Landis Sexual Assault

“Chronicle” director Josh Trank mentioned he’s “heartbroken” and “sick to my stomach” after a Daily Beast article that claims a number of ladies accuse “Chronicle” screenwriter Max Landis of sexual assault, abuse and on-set harassment.

“I 100% believe every word of this article about Max. I banned him from visiting principal photography of ‘Chronicle,’ and I haven’t spoken to him since 2012,” Trank tweeted on Tuesday. “To read about the terror he’s inflicted on so many women since then makes me sick to my stomach. Heartbroken beyond measure.”

Representatives for Landis haven’t responded to TheWrap’s request for touch upon the accusations. He has additionally not responded to the Daily Beast.

A girl recognized as Julie advised the Daily Beast that Landis repeatedly raped her throughout their two-year private relationship. Further, three of Landis’s ex-girlfriends — Ani Baker, Dani Manning, and a girl recognized by the pseudonym Kerry — mentioned Landis had bodily and emotionally abused them, together with choking them. And a girl recognized as Veronica mentioned Landis touched her in an undesirable sexual method repeatedly throughout an in a single day journey to Disneyland. Another lady mentioned she witnessed Landis raping her disoriented pal.

Landis, who additionally wrote the screenplay for the movies “Bright” and “Victor Frankenstein” and is the son of director John Landis, wrote the screenplay and story for the 2012 discovered footage superhero story “Chronicle,” which Trank directed.

Here is Trank’s tweet:

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