The same year her book was published, Munn ran into Ratner at a party thrown by Creative Artists Agency and he boasted of ejaculating on magazine covers featuring her image, she told The Times.“It feels as if I keep going up against the same bully at school who just won't quit,” she said.“You just hope that enough people believe the truth and for enough time to pass so that you can't be connected to him anymore.”, speaking at the Hollywood Reporter’s annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, cracked: “Brett Ratner is here.In his defense, he thought this was a thing where you could eat breakfast off of 100 women.”For years, he palled around with Robert Evans, the slick-haired former production chief at Paramount Pictures who was later convicted of trafficking cocaine, and Toback, who, as The Times reported last month, has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 300 women.In a January interview with Variety, Ratner said Evans, Toback and Roman Polanski, who was convicted of having unlawful sex with a minor in 1977, were among his “closest friends.”After Ratner quipped that “rehearsal is for fags” while appearing at a 2011 screening of his film “Tower Heist,” he was widely criticized.Within five minutes of the plane taking off, she said, Ratner began loudly describing sex acts he wanted to perform on her in explicit detail.He also showed her nude photos of his then-girlfriend, said Newman, 39, who stars on Netflix’s forthcoming “The Punisher.”Newman said she was so shaken by the encounter that she immediately told a handful of people about it.
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Munn wrote about the incident in her 2010 collection of essays without naming Ratner.
On a television show a year later, Ratner identified himself as the director, and claimed that he had “banged” her, something he later said was not true.
Munn began her career as a college sideline reporter for Fox Sports Net until she moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting.
She landed her first big role in 2006 as Mily Acuna in the Hawaiian television series “Beyond the Break.” While on the show, Munn also appeared in Big Stan (2007) as Rob Schneider’s receptionist and as a co-host for G4’s video-game focused program, “Attack of the Show!
In interviews with the Los Angeles Times, six women -- including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge -- accused filmmaker Brett Ratner of a range of sexual harassment and misconduct that allegedly took place in private homes, on movie sets or at industry events.