Casey Affleck sues Amanda White, the woman who accused him of sexual harassment

Casey Affleck has been sued for misconduct behavior at the workplace and sexual harassment by Amanda White, who worked on the production of “I’m Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix” , distributed by Magnolia Pictures, which will arrive in theaters in September.

Amanda White requested two million dollars in moral damages for sexual advances by saying that she had to endure several other unpleasant situations – one of them in which suddenly a shooting occurred in a hotel room in Las Vegas which turned into a party with disguised and prostitutes.

Affleck’s representatives and the Flemmy Prods company argue that the accusations are unfounded, especially since White ended her contract more than a year ago, and are ready to sue her for slander.