Actor Olivia Munn was among six women to accuse director Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct in a damning new report Wednesday from the Los Angeles Times. But Munn’s account of Ratner's sexual misconduct is not new, and Ratner may have openly mocked her allegations on his personal Instagram account.

Munn made headlines several years ago when her memoir “Suck It, Wonder Woman! The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek” recounted an incident in which Ratner, who she did not name in her book, allegedly once masturbated in front of her in his trailer.

And this is where things crossed over from merely disturbing to downright horrific–that was the exact moment I noticed what was either a tiny gnarled doggie toy or this adult man’s penis being stroked by his own stubby hand. […]

He was masturbating. Right there. With shrimp in one hand. And me standing in front of him. Masturbating. Mastur-bating. I’m not even kidding.

Ratner came forward in 2011 as the director she mentioned in her book but denied ever having masturbated in front of her. He later appeared to make light of the incident on Instagram. The image — a fake movie poster with the title “Shrimp” — was screen grabbed and shared to Twitter, though it appeared that Ratner’s social accounts were made private Wednesday.

“I used to date Olivia Munn, I’ll be honest with everyone here. But when she was ‘Lisa.’ She wasn’t Asian back then,” Ratner said of the incident in 2011. “She was hanging out on my set of ‘After the Sunset,’ I banged her a few times, but I forgot her. Because she changed her name. I didn’t know it was the same person and so when she auditioned for me for a TV show, I forgot her, she got pissed off, and so she made up all these stories about me eating shrimp and masturbating in my trailer. And she talked about my shortcomings.”

Munn’s account of Ratner's sexual misconduct was detailed in the same L.A. Times report that included actor Natasha Henstridge's allegations that Ratner forced her to perform oral sex on him in the early 1990s.

Ratner's lawyer Martin Singer denied the allegations in a statement.

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Olivia Munn attends the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images