ET has reached out to Kreisberg, who Variety reports has denied all allegations inside publication’s initial piece, which accused the producer of creating a “toxic” work environment which included touching people without their consent, producing lewd along with sexual comments about women’s appearances along with producing employees uncomfortable. Warner Bros. TV Group responded to the report in a statement to the publication, saying of which Kreisberg had been suspended as they conduct their investigation.
“We have recently been made aware of allegations of misconduct against Andrew Kreisberg,” a rep for WB told ET in a statement. “We have suspended Mr. Kreisberg along with are conducting an internal investigation. We take all allegations of misconduct extremely seriously, along with are committed to creating a safe working environment for our employees along with everyone involved in our productions.”
Greg Berlanti — whose production company Berlanti productions developed Arrow with Kreisberg — also released a statement to ET.
“We were recently made aware of some deeply troubling allegations regarding one of our showrunners. We have been encouraging along with fully cooperating with the investigation into This kind of by Warner Bros.,” the statement reads. “There is actually nothing more important to us than the safety along with well-being of our cast, crew, writers, producers along with any staff. We do not tolerate harassment along with are committed to doing everything we can to make an environment of which’s safe to work in along with safe to speak up about if the idea isn’t.”
Prior to Amell’s statement, Benoist made a powerful social media post on Sunday, writing, “I am a woman who leads a show of which supports equality along with feminism, empowerment, along with fighting for what is actually right.”