Bill Murray has been accused of "inappropriate behaviour" on the set of Being Mortal.
Following the allegations, production of the film has been suspended by its producers while the claims against Murray are investigated.
Production company Searchlight Pictures said in a statement: “After reviewing the circumstances, it has been decided that production cannot continue at this time. We are truly grateful to all of you for everything you’ve put into this project.”
Filming was originally halted on 18 April after the complaint was made the week before with the production shutting down indefinitely from 21 April.
Production on the film which also stars Seth Rogen and is written and directed by Aziz Ansari only began in March.
Murray has previously been accused of "inappropriate" behaviour on the set of Charlie's Angels. Co-star Lucy Liu claimed Murray would make "unacceptable" comments to her on set.
Drew Barrymore, who also starred in the film, addressed the incident last year: “What really happened was Bill was just in a — you know, comedians can be a little dark sometimes — and he just came in in a bad mood.”
Charlie's Angels director McG also claimed that he was headbutted by the Ghostbusters star during filming.
While Murray denied the allegation from McG, the director claimed in an interview: "An inch later and my nose would have been obliterated.”
Richard Dreyfuss, who worked with Murray on What About Bob? also called the SNL legend a "drunken bully" and accused him of throwing an ashtray at him.
Murray infamously got into a confrontation with former SNL co-star Chevy Chase which had to be broken up by their fellow cast members.
Longtime collaborator Harold Ramis accused Murray of throwing him against the wall during a dispute on the set of Groundhog Day. Afterwards, the two did not speak until shortly before Ramis' death in 2014.
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