• Warner Bros. claims Ray Fisher refuses to cooperate with WarnerMedia's investigation into his complaints
  • Fisher refuted this claim, revealing on Twitter that he has met with the investigator
  • Fisher earlier accused "Justice League" director Joss Whedon of "abusive" behavior and claimed film producers enabled him

Warner Bros. has claimed that Ray Fisher is refusing to cooperate with the investigation launched into his complaints of misconduct on the “Justice League” production. However, the actor has now denied this claim and revealed proof of his meeting with the investigator.

Fisher refuted Warner Bros.' claims on Saturday, Sept. 5, sharing a screenshot of an email he claimed he sent to his team and SAG-AFTRA on Aug. 26 after his Zoom call with the investigator.

Warner Bros.' owner, WarnerMedia, launched a third-party investigation into Fisher's complaints after the actor accused director Joss Whedon of emotionally abusive and “gross” behavior on the “Justice League” set and claimed that film producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg enabled him.

In a statement to Variety, Warner Bros. fired back at Fisher's Friday, Sept. 4 tweet accusing DC Films chief Walter Hamada of attempting to convince him to pin most of the blame on Whedon and Berg and not Johns. The company denied the accusations against Hamada and claimed that the actor has refused to cooperate with the investigation.

Warner Bros. claimed in its statement that Fisher had a conversation with Hamada in July wherein he recounted disagreements with the film's creative team over the portrayal of his superhero character, Cyborg, and complained about the revisions he suggested for the script not being accepted.

Hamada assured Fisher that he would bring up his concerns to WarnerMedia so that they could conduct an investigation, the statement said. Warner Bros. also denied that Hamada would ever “throw anyone under the bus.”

“At no time did Mr. Hamada ever 'throw anyone under the bus,' as Mr. Fisher has falsely claimed, or render any judgments about the “Justice League” production, in which Mr. Hamada had no involvement, since filming occurred before Mr. Hamada was elevated to his current position,” the statement read. “While Mr. Fisher never alleged any actionable misconduct against him, WarnerMedia nonetheless initiated an investigation into the concerns he’d raised about his character’s portrayal.”

“Still not satisfied, Mr. Fisher insisted that WarnerMedia hire an independent third party investigator,” the note continued. “This investigator has attempted multiple times to meet with Mr. Fisher to discuss his concerns but, to date, Mr. Fisher has declined to speak to the investigator.”

Prior to this, Fisher shared a cryptic tweet regarding the investigation into his complaints.

Johns and Whedon have not publicly addressed Fisher's complaints. However, Jon Berg has denied the actor’s claims, calling them “categorically untrue.”

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 13: Actor Ray Fisher arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Justice League' at Dolby Theatre on November 13, 2017 in Hollywood, California. Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic