The Predator: Olivia Munn Says Fox Chastised Her For Outing Sexual Predator

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'Predator' Star Olivia Munn Opens Up About Feeling 'Isolated' After Calling Out Casting Of Registered Sex Offender

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Holbrook issued a statement Monday apologising for not responding earlier and said he was "proud" of Munn for taking the stand.

Munn says she was "chastised" by the studio for telling her costars about Striegel, whose past she learned about from an acquaintance, and that she felt isolated from her costars after telling them even though it was to ensure they weren't blindsided by the news. [They said, } 'It got deleted - what's the big deal?' ... "But privately I felt iced out and I think that's what's really important for people to understand is that when you see something you have to say something".

In 2010, Striegel pleaded guilty to allegations that he tried to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship online. And when I spoke out and gave a statement to the LA Times, and they had asked the rest of my cast and I'm the only one who did give a statement, I had no idea how bad the details of the case were and what happened to that girl until it came out in the LA Times on Thursday.

"The people who are at the top, the people colluding to keep abusers in power, the people who are colluding to turn a blind eye so that they can keep making money, they are the people who created this disparity in the first place".

Munn has since gone on the record, saying that none of her co-stars reached out to support her once this news got out.

"I think that people expected me to be quiet because it's my movie, but the truth is I don't care", she said. "However, it's not going to be easy and there will be people that just get mad at you for not playing the game". "If it cost one person's life, they can take it".

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"Given the nature of the originating crime, I felt further discussion could cause unwanted trauma and pain, neither of which I wanted to incite".

"I'm sorry you're feeling so isolated, my dear", he wrote.

"The last thing I want is for Olivia to feel abandoned or alone". "You did the right thing".

Host Ellen DeGeneres teed up the conversation thusly: "So you were in this movie The Predator", she begins, "and you found out that the director [Shane Black] hired his friend to play a guy that was hitting on you who actually turned out to be a registered sex offender".

In a statement from Fox, the studio said it was "not aware of his background" during casting due to "legal limitations".

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