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Source:  Reuters

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock stepped down from his production company, Warrior Poets, on Thursday after saying on social media that he had engaged in sexual misconduct.

The “Super Size Me” director posted a message through his Twitter account on Wednesday saying that he had in the past been accused of rape, had settled a sexual harassment lawsuit, been unfaithful to wives and girlfriends, and made sexist remarks in his workplace.

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