At the time when Full House the creator Jeff Franklin was removed as a showrunner by Netflix Fuller House and his overall deal with Warner Bros. TV was stripped, he was reported "abused" and made sexually inappropriate remarks in the author's room.
Fifteen months later, a new lawsuit exposes certain allegations against the seasoned television producer.
According to The Hollywood Reporter the allegations against Franklin precede the #Metoo movement, refuting his argument that successor Bryan Behar is opportunistic. Already in 2016, Warner Bros. launched an investigation into concerns over equal treatment of writers and writers. Among them was Franklin's treatment of pregnancy-related applications for exemption to visit medical appointments.
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Franklin is also accused of complaining about hiring women and people with color as directors. (He apparently claimed that female directors are "all the same".)
The misogyny does not stop there. Referring to a colleague, Franklin allegedly suggested, "next season, she will probably be pregnant." This was followed by the "wish" that he "can bring all the women of my staff to hysterectomy." I have a minor girl on set as " a nose job from a good friend ".
Franklin's camp has yet to respond to these new, detailed revelations.
] Fuller House "said Franklin in March 2018, shortly after his release. Creating and operating Full House and Fuller House was the greatest pleasure. I wish the cast, my second family for over 30 years, continued success. "Since then, Franklin has filed suit against the new Fuller House co-showrunner Bryan Behar. In the lawsuit, Franklin claims that Behar conspired to throw him out of the Netflix spinoff.