To support this statement, he offered several examples of his sexual misconduct throughout the post, always punctuating the harrowing stories with a variation on the phrase "I am part of the problem". "SpringHill Entertainment will be canceling its production agreement with Morgan Spurlock and Warrior Poets".
The girl, whom Spurlock didn't name, said she didn't want to have sex, but they eventually did anyway.
Fellow co-founder Jeremy Chilnick confirmed that the company will now be run by himself and Matthew Galkin who is another equal partner in the firm.
The documentary filmmaker said that he had verbally harassed a female assistant, sometimes calling her "hot pants" or "sex trousers". I thought I was doing okay, I believed she was feeling better.
The filmmaker behind the Oscar nominated documentary Super Size Me is no longer involved in Warrior Poets, reports TMZ. He later realized, "I had completely demeaned and belittled her".
When his assistant quit, she told Spurlock that he had to pay her to remain silent about his consistent verbal sexual harassment, the director wrote.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock's latest work has been pulled from the 2018 Sundance Film Festival lineup following a confessional Spurlock penned about his past sexual impropriety, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
"I paid for peace of mind".
Spurlock also revealed that he experienced sexual abuse when he was younger, and that his father had left the family.
The 47-year-old added that he has "been unfaithful to every wife and girlfriend I have ever had".
Mustachioed movie maker Spurlock shot to fame with the making of his movie Super Size Me which charts his experiment of eating nothing but McDonald's for a month.
He said that he hoped, by openly admitting what he had done, that he could change for the better. So, starting today, I'm going to be more honest with you and myself. Who knows. But I do know I've talked enough in my life.