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Ray Fisher Says He Cooperated With ‘Justice League’ Probe

“Justice League” actor Ray Fisher disputed a declare by Warner Bros. that he has refused to cooperate with the investigation into attainable misconduct throughout filming and referred to as the investigation’s independence into query.

Fisher, who performed Cyborg within the 2017 movie, publicly accused director Joss Whedon, of “gross, abusive, unprofessional” habits on set in July. He additionally stated that habits was enabled by then-DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns, and by Jon Berg, former co-president of manufacturing at WB. (Both have left the corporate because the movie was launched.)

Warner Bros. launched an impartial investigation in mid-August, a transfer Fisher initially celebrated. But on Friday, Fisher accused DC Films president Walter Hamada of trying to intrude with the investigation on Johns’ behalf. And in an announcement later within the night, Warner Bros. denied the accusation towards Hamada and stated that Fisher had by no means really accused anybody of “actionable conduct,” and likewise that he has refused to talk to the investigator regardless of a number of makes an attempt to achieve him.

In a pair of tweets Saturday morning, Fisher described WB’s assertion as a “desperate and scattershot attempt to discredit me” and stated that he “met with the investigator via Zoom on Aug 26th.” In the tweet, Fisher embedded what he says is a screenshot of an e-mail he despatched to each his private staff and SAG-AFTRA about that dialog. In the e-mail, Fisher stated the investigator had been “put on the case by Warner Bros. Pictures, not Warner Media. His findings will go directly and solely to Warner Bros. Pictures legal.”

Fisher additionally accused the unnamed investigator of together with a witness who had not been cleared prematurely. “I told him I needed to have a rep on the line as security for myself,” Fisher wrote.

In a follow-up tweet, Fisher stated he “made it clear to the world on Aug 21st that I would be vetting the investigator to ensure a fair and protected process for all witnesses.” It’s unclear to what he’s referring to, nonetheless. His solely assertion on social media on Aug. 21 involved the trailer for the upcoming “Snyder Cut” of “Justice League.”

Warner Bros. representatives didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from TheWrap. See Fisher’s statements under:

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