Published: 20:27 EST, 15 December 2017 | Updated: 20:27 EST, 15 December 2017
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary will not premiere at the Sundance Film Festival as planned.
The remaining partners in his production company said Friday that they removed "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!" from the Sundance slate in light of Spurlock's confessions of sexual misconduct this week.
Warrior Poets partners Jeremy Chilnick and Matthew Galkin said in a statement that "this is not the appropriate time" for the film to premiere.
Spurlock said Wednesday in a lengthy online post that he was accused of rape while in college and settled a sexual harassment case with a female assistant at his office eight years ago. He said he would immediately step down from the production company he co-founded.
Representatives for Spurlock did not immediately respond to a request for comment Friday.
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