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On Tuesday the CEO and founder of Alamo Drafthouse, Tim League, confirmed in a public statement that he had re-employed Devin Faraci, the former Editor-in-Chief of Alamo’s film site Birth.Movies.Death, who left the company after accusations of sexual assault.

Now League has announced in a statement posted to the theater’s social media channels that Faraci has stepped down from Alamo Drafthouse entirely.

Members of the film community, including Faraci‚Äôs initial accuser, voiced¬†anger and disappointment over the decision to rehire the critic. One Fantastic Fest programmer, Todd Brown, even resigned as a result of Faraci‚Äôs involvement, writing in a public statement posted to Facebook about his departure: ‚ÄúI am embarrassed and ashamed to have been any part of this apparatus and I choose now to leave it.‚ÄĚ