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Brett Ratner

Brett Ratner, the director behind films such as Rush Hour, Tower Heist and X-Men: The Last Stand, has been accused of sexual harassment by at least six women. As first reported on November 1 by the Los Angeles Times, some of his accusers include actresses Natasha Henstridge, Olivia Munn and Jaime Ray Newman. Munn claims Ratner committed lewd acts in front of her when she went to deliver a meal to his trailer more than a decade ago. Henstridge alleges the director forced her to perform oral sex after physically forcing himself on her in the early 1990s. Ratner’s attorney, Martin Singer, “categorically” disputed the accusations. Ratner is also suing a woman for libel after she claimed on Facebook that the producer raped her “about 12 years ago.” Photo from The Associated Press.

PHOTOS: High-profile stars facing sexual misconduct allegations

WARNING: The details in this article are graphic in nature. Readers’ discretion is advised. 

The sexual harassment claims involving some of the biggest names in entertainment are mounting as more and more people are speaking out.

The allegations are sending shockwaves across social media, where the #MeToo campaign has made headlines worldwide.

If it seems like there’s a new revelation every day, it’s probably because there is one. Not all of them include famous movie actors and producers, but that’s where the tidal wave began.

Since accusations were levied against powerful film executive Harvey Weinstein in October 2017, scores of women and some men have come forward with claims of their own.

This photo gallery details the claims and responses of those facing sexual assault accusations in the past month, including Weinstein, Ben Affleck, James Toback, Kevin Spacey, Dustin Hoffman, Jeremy Piven, Brett Ratner, George Takei, Ed Westwick, Steven Seagal, Louis C.K., Jeffrey Tambor, Sylvester Stallone, Al Franken, Ryan Seacrest, Russell Simmons, Charlie Rose, Nick Carter, Matt Lauer, Geraldo Rivera, Danny Masterson and Mario Batali.

This article only mentions allegations made against high-profile personalities in the entertainment industry, and does not mention others who have been accused of sexual misconduct since the #MeToo campaign went viral last month.

None of the allegations made against any of these figures have been proven in court. In some cases, the claims being made are being investigated by law enforcement.