Olivia Munn Feels Ostracized After Sex Offender Debacle

039;The Predator' premieres at Toronto Film Festival with controversy in the air and conspicuous silence

Olivia Munn and Boyd Holbrook in a scene from"The Predator

The actress says she reached out to the studio after finding out director Shane Black hired a register sex offender for a scene with her. "At the premiere that night I look over and the other five cast members are giving the director [Shane Black] a standing ovation, but they didn't even give me a call that day". "I so appreciate that you 'didn't leave well enough alone, ' and again, I'm sorry you feel isolated in taking action".

He released a statement where he said: "I apologise to all of those, past and present, I've let down by having Steve around them without giving them a voice in the decision".

"The support from online and when I walk down the street and random girls say "thank you" and 'you're my hero, ' it just means so much because you kind of need that validation sometimes or you think, 'Am I insane?"

"I didn't go to jail, I didn't put this guy on our set".

Black said in a statement on Thursday: "Having read this morning's news reports, it has sadly become clear to me that I was misled by a friend I really wanted to believe was telling me the truth when he described the circumstances of his conviction".

Olivia Munn says she feels ostracized by her fellow "The Predator" castmates after speaking out about convincing Fox to remove a scene from the monster movie that she unknowingly did with a registered sex offender.

He tweeted: 'I'm sorry your're feeling so isolated my dear.

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She continued, "I found out, and I was really important to me to have the scene deleted". Munn opened up about her feelings on the matter in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, which got the attention and support of co-star Sterling K. Brown, who posted his thoughts to Twitter. The scene, according to a report in Variety, involved Striegel's character hitting on Munn's and was cut from the finished movie two days out from locking the picture - that's when the movie is finally finished and sent to cinemas.

"This was an enormously unfortunate chapter in my life, and one that I took, and continue to take, personal responsibility for", Streigel has said.

Munn tweeted that the only reason she's still doing press for the film is that she's "contractually obligated". "You did the right thing".

Brown added, "Our studio was not given that opportunity, and neither was our cast".

Authorities said Striegel tried to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship over email, and made inappropriate physical contact. "It would make everyone breathe easier", she wrote. I would have appreciated it more if it was directed toward me privately before it went public and I had to see it online with everyone else.

Munn stars in the film alongside Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Thomas Jane and Keegan-Michael Key, in additon to "This Is Us" star Brown and "Room" breakout Tremblay.

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