Nev Schulman has been accused of sexual misconduct.
MTV has temporarily suspended production on Catfish: The TV Show to investigate the allegations, according to The Daily Beast.
“We take these allegations very seriously,” an MTV spokesperson told The Daily Beast in a statement. “We’re working with Critical Content, our third party production company, to conduct a thorough investigation.”
There is no information on the alleged misconduct that led to the halt in production. PEOPLE has reached out to MTV and a rep for Schulman.
Schulman, 33, serves as the host and executive producer for the popular MTV show, which investigates online relationships and exposes people who impersonate others on the internet — and is based on his 2010 documentary.
Catfish: The TV Show first aired in 2012 and is currently in its seventh season.
Schulman is married to Laura Perlongo, with whom he shares daughter Cleo James.