Andy Dick Fired From Film For Sexual Misconduct

Andy Dick has been discharged from working on the independent film “Raising Buchanan” for multiple allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. While the victims have yet to formally comment, two witnesses vouched for incidents where Dick inappropriately touched at least four individuals involved in the film’s production.

In a recent comment, Dick admitted he had been dropped from his minor role in the film but denied the allegations of groping. Dick admitted he may have licked people and had made sexual advances toward some members of the cast and/or crew.

Those familiar with Dick’s legal woes are familiar with his over-the-top antics and bratty behavior. Unfortunately for Dick, the recent tumult in the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s scandalous behavior casts such actions in a far-less acceptable light. While Dick understands his reputation, his initial reaction to the issue was to laugh it away, followed by denial of groping others or exposing himself in his more recent years as an actor. Dick had also brought up the Weinstein scandal with Raising Arizona’s cast and crew and felt that his opinion on the matter caused undue anger toward him.

“Raising Buchanan” is the story of a woman who robs the grave of James Buchanan in the hopes of ransoming it back only to discover that she has few, if any, people interested. Dick’s time with the film seemed fraught from the beginning: he showed up late due to a missed flight, had failed to memorize his lines and brought a friend, Paul Ryder of British music group “Happy Mondays,” onto the set who had slept soundly enough to snore during filming. One source alleged that Dick had been acting intoxicated; Dick has a long history with substance abuse that has seen him going to rehab clinics more than a dozen times.

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