Add Morgan Freeman to the list of men accused of sexual harassment in post-Harvey Weinstein Hollywood.

A production assistant on the set of 2017’s Going in Style tells CNN the 80-year-old actor "kept trying to lift up my skirt and asking if I was wearing underwear." He was never successful but she goes on to say that co-star "Alan [Arkin] made a comment telling him to stop. Morgan got freaked out and didn't know what to say."

The CNN report goes on to quote a member of the production staff of 2013's Now You See Me:

"He did comment on our bodies... We knew that if he was coming by ... not to wear any top that would show our breasts, not to wear anything that would show our bottoms, meaning not wearing clothes that [were] fitted."

In total, 16 people spoke to CNN with 8 saying they were victims of sexual harassment and 8 saying they either witnessed the harassment or "inappropriate behavior". Quoting the report:

"CNN reached out to dozens more people who worked for or with Freeman. Some praised Freeman, saying they never witnessed any questionable behavior or that he was a consummate professional on set and in the office.

Several other times during this investigation, when a CNN reporter contacted a person who had worked with Freeman to try to ask them if they had seen or been subjected to inappropriate behavior by an actor they had worked with -- not initially even naming the actor they were asking about -- the person would immediately tell them they knew exactly who the reporter had in mind: Morgan Freeman. Some of those people were sources for this investigation while others declined to comment further or did not want what they said used in this story."

Freeman issued an apology about 2 hours after CNN ran the initial story, saying:

"Anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows I am not someone who would intentionally offend or knowingly make anyone feel uneasy. I apologize to anyone who felt uncomfortable or disrespected — that was never my intent."   

Meanwhile, SAG-AFTRA is considering revoking Freeman’s Lifetime Achievement Award, bestowed this January. A spokesperson for the union tells The Hollywood Reporter:

"These are compelling and devastating allegations which are absolutely contrary to all the steps that we are taking to [ensure] a safe work environment for the professionals in this industry. Any accused person has the right to due process, but it is our starting point to believe the courageous voices who come forward to report incidents of harassment. Given Mr. Freeman recently received one of our union's most prestigious honors recognizing his body of work, we are therefore reviewing what corrective actions may be warranted at this time."

Vancouver's public transit system, Translink, also said in a statement that in light of these allegations, it has decided to "pause his voice announcements as part of a VISA ad campaign on the transit system." VISA for its part has also pulled all marketing with Freeman.

Stay with The 405 for more on this as we hear it.