Director Brett Ratner Raped Natasha Henstridge, Jerked Off on Olivia Munn Photos

Add Brett Ratner to the list of names of Hollywood dudes accused of sexual misconduct. The L.A. Times reported today that six women have come forward and accused the director of inappropriate conduct ranging from being a bit aggressive at a party to rape. Also looking bad for Ratner is his clearly being attracted to Olivia Munn despite, you know, her personality.

The most serious accusation is from Natasha Henstridge, who says Ratner raped her in 1993.

But when Henstridge woke up, the others had left. She was alone with Ratner. She got up to leave, Henstridge said, but he blocked the doorway with his body and wouldn’t budge. He began touching himself, she said, then forced her to perform oral sex.

“He strong-armed me in a real way. He physically forced himself on me,” she said. “At some point, I gave in and he did his thing.”

I dunno, does that sound like Brett Ratner to you?

Yeah, okay, I guess it does. Fun fact, Ratner recently said “The worst thing that we have in today’s movie culture is Rotten Tomatoes.” I’m going to go out on a limb and saying directors and producers raping actresses is worse than a website putting all your bad reviews in one place, Brett.

So what did Olivia Munn have to say? This one is potted plant good, though you may have heard it before since Munn put it in her autobiography. Munn was on set of a Ratner film before she was famous and was asked to deliver some food to his trailer.

Munn entered Ratner’s trailer and quickly placed the food on a table. She said she was startled to find him inside. She tried to make a quick exit, but Ratner implored her not to leave.

“He walked out … with his belly sticking out, no pants on, shrimp cocktail in one hand and he was furiously masturbating in the other,” Munn said. “And before I literally could even figure out where to escape or where to look, he ejaculated.”

Munn said she let out a “startled scream” and raced out of the trailer. She said she immediately told the man who had asked her to deliver the food. His reaction? “It wasn’t a shock. It wasn’t surprise,” Munn recalled. “It was just, ‘Ugh, sorry about that.’”

On the one hand (and yes I’m laughing like a middle school student in sex ed from typing that) Ratner is perfectly in his rights to walk around eating shrimp and jacking it when he’s alone in his trailer, and Munn presumably went in unannounced. On the other hand, who walks around jacking off while eating shrimp and just keeps jacking off when someone walks in on them? Even in the best possible light for Ratner here he comes off as a real creep.

In 2010, after recently appearing on the cover of a magazine, she attended a CAA-hosted party where, she said, Ratner asked her, “Why do you hate me?” She said she told him: “It’s more of a dislike.”

Ratner grew angry, she said, and responded: “Why? I bought 10 of your magazines and came over all of them.”

See? Creep.

The rest of the allegations against Ratner are of the “aggressively coming on to me” variety, though there are a few “I’ll make you a star if you blow me’s from extras on Rush Hour 2 that definitely qualify as sexual harassment. And were taken directly from an SNL skit about 1950’s Hollywood.

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