Hannibal Writer Bryan Fuller Accused Of SEXUAL HARASSMENT; Made Constant References To Masturbations, Casual Bullying And More At Work-REPORTS

Bryan Fuller is accused of making constant references to masturbation, engaging in casual bullying, and creating a hostile work environment

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Hannibal Writer Bryan Fuller Accused Of SEXUAL HARASSMENT; Made Constant References To Masturbations, Casual Bullying And More At Work-REPORTS
Bryan Fuller, the creator of Hannibal and American Dogs, has landed in legal trouble as he was accused of sexual harassment by a fellow producer on a docuseries about queer horror in a lawsuit. As per the latest reports in Deadline, Fuller is accused of making constant references to masturbation, engaging in casual bullying, and creating a hostile work environment. 

In the lawsuit filed on Wednesday, the plaintiff, Sam Wineman, has alleged that Fuller also repeatedly held him from behind to in the pretext of "cracking his back" against Wineman’s buttocks. Fuller and Wineman are both gay.


The duo worked together in ‘Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror’ a four-part docuseries that was released on entertainment company AMC’s Shudder streaming service in 2022. 

Wineman asserted that he was also asked to quit the project in August 2021, about four weeks after complaining about Fuller's conduct.

As per the Deadline reports, the lawsuit alleged that the executive producers protected Fuller, saying that "we have to keep the money happy." AMC has not issued any statement yet and said it was reviewing the lawsuit.

Fuller's attorney, Bryan Freedman called the allegations  "fictitious" and "absolute garbage". He said that Wineman was fired for "gross incompetence." 

"Sam Wineman just made the biggest mistake of his life and once the evidence comes out, he will forever be known as a pathological liar," Freedman was quoted as saying by Deadline.

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