Details of Full House and Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin's alleged sexual misconduct that got him fired in February 2018 have been revealed. In April, Franklin sued co-executive producer Bryan Behar, who replaced him as showrunner, accusing him of orchestrating his ouster. To support Behar in his bid to throw out the lawsuit, Warner Bros. vice president of labor relations Silisha Platon has submitted a sworn declaration detailing the accusations against Franklin. Platon says allegations against Franklin began in 2016, predating the #MeToo movement. Franklin has claimed that Behar used #MeToo to get him fired. In addition to female writers accusing him of boasting about orgies and denigrating female directors, Franklin allegedly wished that female staffers would get hysterectomies. "She is probably going to be pregnant next season," Franklin was attributed as saying on one occasion, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I wish I could make all the women on my staff get hysterectomies." "She's one nose job away from a good f*ck about one of the underage girls," Franklin allegedly said.