As more and more allegations of misconduct are from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Alum and controversy surround Joss Whedon, and Justice Squad Director and some of the Warner Bros. Senior officers are once again in the social media spotlight of Ray Fisher.
Tonight, a cyborg actor tweeted in his ongoing expansion of the studio about his handling of the Whedon investigation and his alleged behavior during Justice Squad The production, “There is only one reason why I haven’t been sued by Joss Whedon or Toby Emrich or Geoff Jones or John Berg or Walter Hamada: They know I am telling the truth.
There is one reason not to have been sued by Joss Whedon, Toby Emrich, Geoff Jones, John Berg, or Walter Hamada:
They know I am telling the truth.
– Ray Fisher (@ ray8fisher) February 16, 2021
While Fisher was criticizing Whedon on social media for “atrocity and arbitrariness” Justice Squad Behavior Since the summer of 2020, the Al-Shahba Creator and The Avengers The already polluted director’s star shattered further to the next Earth Al-Shahba Actress Charisma Carpenter’s recent claims that Whedon’s behavior caused a toxic environment on set and “caused a chronic physical condition that I still suffer from.” Last week, Carpenter said her decision to speak public stemmed from her participation in the Warner Media investigation Justice Squad.
In addition to Carpenter, Al-Shahba Actress Michelle Trachtenberg also made horrific accusations against Weedon, expressing in an Internet post “I am brave enough now as a 35-year-old woman … to republish this. Because. This is a must. Be known. As a teenager. Of his inappropriate behavior.” Very …. very no. Appropriate, “adding,” What he did was very bad. But we won. By staying alive! “
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Al-Shahba Title star Sarah Michelle Gellar and show producer and showroom Marty Noxon voiced their support for the actress and their allegations against Whedon.
Fisher’s latest social media is also picking up allegations made against Warner and DC Entertainment directors about what he called “Whedon Empowerment” during remakes of the movie that Zack Snyder initially directed.
Justice League Zack Snyder It premiered on March 18th on HBO Max.
Since it’s all back and forth, Fisher was a huge participant in the re-shootings Justice League Zack Snyder It was assigned multiple days to each source, and featured prominently in the trailer.
Fisher’s tweet wasn’t his only social media appearance today. Actor Cyborg also posted a very long walk in the Mississippi snow on his Instagram account without mentioning Warner Bros, Justice Squad Or any participation in this movie.