Producer Sues Casey Affleck for Harassment

“I’m Still Here’s” Amanda White claims she was subjected to sexual harassment, denied her producing fee

A producer of Casey Affleck's upcoming documentary about Joaquin Phoenix has dropped a bombshell $2 million lawsuit on the filmmaker/actor, claiming she was subjected to lurid sexual harassment and denied her producing fee after she refused to spend the night in a hotel room with him.

In a lawsuit being filed Friday afternoon in Los Angeles Superior Court, Amanda White alleges she was forced to endure debauched behavior during production of "I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix," including "uninvited and unwelcome sexual advances in the workplace" and an impromptu shoot in a Las Vegas hotel room filled with hookers and transvestites.

It's only the latest such suit: Actor David Boreanaz and "Bones" producer Twentieth Television were sued for sexual harassment on Thursday by a female extra on the show, and Nicollette Sheridan sued "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry for alleged physical abuse.

Read more in the Hollywood Reporter.