Anna Faris claims director Ivan Reitman was abusive on ‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’ set
‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’ actress Ashley Hinshaw has filed a lawsuit against ‘The Big Con’ director Ivan Reitman, alleging the ‘Freaky Friday’ director sexually assaulted her in 1988, when the actress was 17. Now Ashley is suing for $5 million:
Ashley Hinshaw, 38, says the alleged assault occurred during the filming of ‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’ in Los Angeles, California, in 1988. (Photo: Getty Images)
The lawsuit claims that “when she agreed to film a scene for the film, she was sexually assaulted by Reitman and his crew.” The suit alleges that the film’s director and her co-star, Michael Keaton, were filmed doing other sexual acts with her during the filming of the movie.
The lawsuit says the assaults became so bad that Ashley, who is now 38, was forced to “forgive her co-star”, Michael Keaton, for what happened. The film grossed millions of dollars, and it reportedly changed her life for the better. She began studying to become a physical therapist.
The lawsuit also claims that there was a conspiracy between several people to “to prevent any truthful depiction” of these incidents, including the film’s director, Ivan Reitman. Ashley believes that Reitman had an agenda to discredit her story and turn her into “a public figure and a joke.”
The suit claims that Reitman had a “monopolistic interest in the film” and that he even had a “covert relationship” with the producer of the film, Michael Keaton.
The lawsuit alleges that Reitman had a “monopolistic interest in the film” and that he even had a “covert relationship” with the producer of the film, Michael Keaton.
The lawsuit also alleges that Reitman had a “monopolistic interest in