Director and producer Brett Ratner is the latest Hollywood figure accused of sexual misconduct.
Six women, including actress Olivia Munn, accused Ratner of allegations ranging from sexual assault to harassment in incidents in private homes, at industry events and on movie sets.
Munn said she was an aspiring actress in 2004 when she visited the set of After the Sunset, which Ratner directed.
She said Ratner masturbated in front of her when she went to deliver him a meal in his trailer.
Ratner, through his attorney, Martin Singer has denied the allegations.
Ratner whose directing credits include Rush Hour and X-Men: The Last Stand, has been a golden boy in the industry for years.
This latest wave of sexual assault allegations comes after Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey have been called out by industry players for their sexual misconduct.
Spacey has since apologised for his part, and in the same written apology, came out as gay.
He has received widespread criticism for conflating homosexuality and sexual assault.