Actress Anna Faris has revealed the name of the director who she previously accused of behaving inappropriately on a movie set.

During the Wednesday episode of her "Anna Faris is Unqualified" podcast, the actress identified Ivan Reitman as the director who she said touched her inappropriately while on the set of the 2006 film "My Super Ex-Girlfriend."

"One of my hardest film experiences was with Ivan Reitman," she said. "I mean, the idea of attempting to make a comedy under this, like reign of terror. He was a yeller. He would bring down somebody every day, and my first day, it was me."

Before filming her first scene, a large jar of wig glue was spilled on Faris while she was in hair and makeup. The incident caused her to arrive at the set around 20 to 25 minutes late.

"I'm, like, in the middle of the street that's all lit — you know, it's a night shoot — and Ivan is just taking me down," Faris recalled.

"He's like, 'Annie... You can't play like that around here!' and I was like, 'Don't do it. Don't cry. No crying.' I felt angry and hurt and humiliated and defensive. Eventually, I just said, 'Did no one tell you what happened?' And at that point, he kind of just shut up and went behind the camera."

However, that wasn't Faris' only uncomfortable experience with Reitman. Later that same day, the "Mom" star said the director slapped her rear end on a set full of crew members.

Faris previously discussed the incident on her podcast in 2017 but didn't name the director at the time. Reitman died in February at the age of 75.

"I remember looking around, and I remember seeing the crew members being like, 'Wait, what are you going to do about that? That seemed weird,'" Faris said.

"And that's how I dismissed it. I was like, 'Well, this isn't a thing. Like, it's not that big of a deal. Buck up, Faris. Like, just giggle.' But it made me feel small. He wouldn't have done that to the lead male."

Faris said that she remains unsure if she should have done more.

"With that incident, I think that I'm still of the generation and of the mentality of how to calibrate that element," she said.

"On one hand, it wasn't anything," Faris said while noting Reitman didn't physically injure her.

"On the other hand, it was like, I did have 30 people around me expecting me to do something, and I didn't."

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US actress Anna Faris poses for a photograph upon arrival at the European Gala screening of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' in London on April 24, 2017. Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/GETTY