- Spirits company Diageo discontinued Brett Ratner’s whiskey brand this week
- The decision comes after a number of women reported sexual misconduct claims against the blockbuster filmmaker
- Ratner’s attorney, Martin Singer, has since disputed the recent allegations
- Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey, named after the producer’s Beverly Hills estate, was just released back in April 2016
- The London-based liquor giant had been formely named the world’s largest
Spirits company Diageo discontinued Brett Ratner’s whiskey brand after a number of sexual misconduct allegations surfaced against the blockbuster filmmaker.
In two separate reports published this month by the Los Angeles Times, as many as 11 women were said to be involved in the alleged harassment and assault recounts.
‘Due to the nature of these allegations, The Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey has been discontinued,’ a spokesperson for the British distillery confirmed in a statement.
The product, which released in April 2016, was named after ‘The Revenant’ producer’s cool Beverly Hills, California estate.
Hilhaven Lodge was branded as ‘the exclusive entertainment escape of an American real estate mogul.’
The whiskey sold anywhere from $36.95 to $79.99 per bottle and was inspired by the ‘Hollywood social scene,’ the product description read.