On the eve of Criminal Minds' 300th episode, Variety is reporting that it spoke with 19 former and current staffers on the CBS drama who described how director of photography Greg St. Johns "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." In February, ABC Studios, which produces the series, had its human resources department conduct an investigation into St. Johns’ on-set behavior, but details of the investigation aren't known. Meanwhile, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing is also investigating St. Johns' behavior after a former staffer alleged he was fired after St. Johns grabbed him on the rear end. St. Johns didn't respond to comment, and both ABC Studios and CBS declined to comment.