Romijn said she didn’t “want to throw anyone under the bus... Except for Brett Ratner” and delved into the sexual assault allegations against Bryan Singer.
The actor said she witnessed "the biggest hissy fits thrown on set" by a male director.
A new report claims the sets were marred by drugs, turmoil and abuse.
Singer, who directed “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was accused of rape and sexual misconduct earlier this year.
A 2017 lawsuit accused Singer of raping Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, then 17, at a yacht party. The director continues to deny any wrongdoing.
The studio initially stood by the film following The Atlantic's report featuring four men who said the "Bohemian Rhapsody" director sexually abused them as teenagers.
The "Bohemian Rhapsody" director has long been accused of sexually assaulting underage boys.
The “Bohemian Rhapsody” star also said his experience working with the director during the Oscar-nominated film “was not pleasant.”
"In America people are innocent until proven guilty," film executive Avi Lerner said.
The Oscar nominee says he and his "Rhapsody" cast mates "found a way to persevere through everything that was thrown our way."