One of the producers on the Joaquin Phoenix documentary Casey Affleck directed last year is suing him for $2 million claiming sexual harassment, E!Online reports. Amanda White filed her lawsuit early Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

White alleges that in addition to enduring "uninvited and unwelcome sexual advances in the workplace" throughout the making of 'I'm Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix,' she also wasn't paid for her work as a producer.

"Affleck repeatedly referred to women as 'cows'; he discussed his sexual exploits and those of other celebrities that he allegedly witnessed; and asked [White], after learning her age, 'Isn't it about time you get pregnant?'" the suit states.

The producer also claims that while the group was filming in Costa Rica, she wasn't able to go to her room one night because Affleck and Phoenix were in it with two women.