Amazon Studios programming chief Roy Price has resigned after a producer accused him of sexual harassment, according to multiple reports Tuesday.

Price was suspended on Oct. 12 after Isa Hackett, a top producer on Amazon's "The Man in the High Castle," recounted a "shocking and surreal" experience with Price in July 2015.

"You will love my dick," Price reportedly told Hackett in a story written by the Hollywood Reporter.

Hackett said she first filed a complaint with Amazon executives, but the results of an internal investigation were never relayed to her.

She then developed the courage to go public with her claims after hearing similar stories from women about their encounters with Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein.

"I hope we all continue to inspire each other and ultimately create change," Hackett said.

The retail outlet and streaming company's current chief operating officer Albert Cheng, who was serving as interim boss in Price's absence, will temporarily continue in the role.

Price's fiancee Lila Feinberg called off their wedding after the accusations were levied at her partner.

Price has been with Amazon since 2004.