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Sterling K. Brown Offers Support for 'Predator' Co-Star Olivia Munn

Sterling K. Brown Offers Support for 'Predator' Co-Star Olivia Munn

Sterling K. Brown is speaking out to offer his support for his The Predator co-star Olivia Munn after she was vocal about deleting a registered sex offender from their movie.

After it was revealed Olivia shared a scene with an actor who had plead guilty to luring a 14-year-old girl via the internet, she reached out to 20th Century Fox and the studio deleted the scene from the movie.

Olivia voiced that she did not feel supported by her co-stars at the movie’s TIFF premiere as they all gave director Shane Black, who cast the actor personally, a standing ovation.

Now Sterling, who wasn’t at the premiere, is speaking out to offer his support. You can read the tweets below.

Also pictured inside: Sterling attending the 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards with wife Ryan Michelle Bathe on Saturday (September 8) in Los Angeles.

Click inside to read the rest of the tweets…

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  • Nelson

    So glad he tweeted this.

  • https://greymondays.wordpress.com/ grey

    Sterling’s statement sounds like a cowardly forced statement to save public face. I can read btw the lines SIR. Your condescending apology reads LOUD and CLEAR. Interesting use of the words “my dear” to address Olivia. Sounds like he just don’t want to get involved.

  • Sim

    “is that we all have the right to know who we’re working with! And when someone has been convicted of a crime of a sexual nature involving a child, we have the right to say that’s not okay”

    Ironic since leftist shit hole California passed a law last year that it against the law for a employer to ask or do back ground check on a potential employee’s criminal record.

    So if they had hired him without the friendship connection how would they have known he was convicted sexual predator.