‘Titans’ Star Vincent Kartheiser Investigated Over On-Set Misconduct Claims

Two allegations were made, both of which are believed to have included disruptive, juvenile behavior and inappropriate comments. These investigations were investigated by WBTV’s Labor Relations department.

The investigation into the first allegation was said to be about verbal comments and outbursts. Eventually, it was concluded that Kartheiser’s behavior didn’t rise to level of termination but did warrant corrective action. As a result, the actor was verbally reprimanded by the studio.

WBTV received a second complaint near the end of production on the third season. This time, it resulted in the studio assigning a representative to monitor Kartheiser while he was on set.

Other claims about alleged misconduct by Kertheiser were made and investigated.

Vincent Kartheiser vehemently denies the allegations. Warner Bros investigated this matter and made clear to Mr. Kartheiser its expectations for behavior on the set, and he agreed to comply with their directives.

Spokesperson of Vincent Kartheiser

Kartheiser joined Titans as a new series regular for Season 3 with a one-year deal; he is not expected to return in the fourth season of Titans. He plays Jonathan Crane, aka Scarecrow, an inmate at Arkham Asylum who used to terrorize Gotham City using toxins to exploit his enemies’ phobias

Titans hails from showrunner Greg Walker and producers Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Greg Berlanti. The current cast consists of Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, Teagan Croft, Ryan Potter, Curran Walters, Conor Leslie, Minka Kelly, Alan Ritchson, Joshua Orpin, Damaris Lewis, Jay Lycurgo, Iain Glen, Savannah Welch, and Vincent Kartheiser.

The series has already been renewed for a fourth season. A Teen Titans spin-off series is currently in development. Tim Drake actor Jay Lycurgo is expected to lead the spinoff, with other members including Raven actress Teagan Croft, Beast Boy actor Ryan Potter, and Superboy actor Joshua Orpin. In addition to the Teen Titans spinoff, a Red Hood series is also in development at HBO Max, with Titans’ Curran Walters being expected to reprise his role as Jason Todd/Red Hood in the spinoff.

The first three seasons of Titans are now available to be watched on HBO Max in the United States.

Emre Kaya

Editor-In-Chief of The Vulcan Reporter. Bylines include; What's On Netflix, The Cinema Spot, The GWW. Contact: [email protected]
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