Warner Bros | CEO resigns amid claims of improper conduct

CEO resigns amid claims of improper conduct

Warner Bros Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Kevin Tsujihara, is set to step down from his role, following accusations that he used his high-profile position to garner movie roles for an actress he was romantically involved with.

Allegedly, Tsujihara used his status to help actress Charlotte Kirk secure roles at the global studio – Variety reported.

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