Warner Brothers CEO Kevin Tsujihara has stepped down after he was accused of promising acting roles in exchange for sex.
Tsujihara was accused of being involved in a scandal exchanging sex for acting roles at the beginning of March. Tsujihara is one of the highest-ranking executives to ever be accused of sexual misconduct in Hollywood, according to Page Six.
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Warner media chief executive John Stankey announced the decision Monday, saying it was in Tsujihara’s best interest.
WarnerMedia launched an investigation into Tsujihara after The Hollywood Reporter uncovered text messages between him and “How...