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Warner Bros. CEO entangled in scandal involving an actress, report alleges

AT&T-owned WarnerMedia is investigating salacious allegations that the head of its Warner Bros. movie and TV studio engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a young actress who demanded that she be cast in the company's movies.

The Hollywood Reporter published an article Wednesday that said Warner Bros. Chairman Kevin Tsujihara and actress Charlotte Kirk had what she described in text messages as a sexual encounter.

The relationship spiraled into a protracted campaign involving two prominent producers - James Packer and Brett Ratner - to get her roles in Warner Bros. movies, according to the messages obtained

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