Todd Durboraw, a 2nd assistant cameraman on the CBS drama, alleges in his lawsuit filed Friday that the show's then-director of photography Greg St. Johns touched him in a sexual manner "approximately two to three times a week on average" from the time Plaintiff was hired and began working for the Defendant in 2011. Durboraw's lawsuit, which targets St. Johns, ABC Studios, CBS and Warner Bros., goes into explicit detail in alleging assault, battery, sexual harassment and retaliation. St. Johns, who was investigated by human resources and the state of California, was removed from Criminal Minds last year after 12 years. According to a Variety report from last October, "19 former or current Criminal Minds staffers described how St. Johns has fostered a toxic environment on set, groping male staffers, threatening them physically, and firing anyone who complained. Several crew members said that they reported St. Johns’ behavior to the show’s senior management, but saw no steps taken to curb or address the alleged abuse."