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Kevin Tsujihara out as CEO of Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. Chief Executive Kevin Tsujihara will step down after allegations that he had an affair with a young actress and tried to help her get cast in the Burbank studio's movies, WarnerMedia said Monday.

AT&T-owned WarnerMedia, which is Warner Bros.' parent company, began investigating the matter following a March 6 Hollywood Reporter article that included text messages between Tsujihara, 54, and aspiring British actress Charlotte Kirk. She was eventually cast in the 2018 caper film "Ocean's 8" and the 2016 rom-com "How to Be Single."

"It is in the best interest of WarnerMedia, Warner Bros., our employees and our partners for Kevin to step

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