Earlier today, the LA Times released an article where six women, including Species actress Natasha Henstridge, accused filmmaker Brett Ratner of some form of sexual misconduct. Henstridge says that at a party when she was 19, Ratner “blocked the doorway with his body and wouldn't budge. He began touching himself, she said, then forced her to perform oral sex.”

This just two days after actor Jeremy Piven was accused of sexual misconduct on the set of Entourage and at the Playboy mansion by Suicide Squad actress Ariane Bellamar, accusations Piven “unequivocally” denies.

Ratner’s production company Ratpac Entertainment works closely with Warner Bros. who today issued a statement through a spokesperson: “We are aware of the allegations in the LA Times and are reviewing the situation.”

Also today, Playboy Enterprises tells Deadline: “We are deeply troubled to learn about the accusations against Brett Ratner. We find this kind of behavior completely unacceptable.  We are putting all further development of our projects with RatPac Entertainment on hold until we are able to review the situation further.”

Also this afternoon, a representative for Jared Leto said earlier reports that he was attached to play Hugh Hefner were wrong, “Jared Leto is not and was not attached to a Brett Ratner directed Hugh Hefner film, nor will he be working with him in the future. Earlier reports were incorrect and not confirmed by his representatives.”

The 405 regrets our error in also reporting that story.