The New York Post said Peters sold a proposal for his memoir, "Studio Head," to Harper-Collins last month for $700,000.
In the proposal, Peters admitted he "wanted to kill" Ray Stark, producer of "Funny Girl" and "The Way We Were," after hearing "Stark, an ogre of male chauvinistic casting-couch sexual entitlement, had molested both Lesley Ann (Warren) and Barbra when they were auditioning for him, and neither had ever really gotten over it."
The four-times-married Peters, who counts Warren among his ex-wives, also says in the proposal that Streisand enjoyed "life-imitates-art affairs with Robert Redford on 'The Way We Were' and Ryan O'Neal on 'What's Up, Doc?' and had just ended another with Kris Kristofferson, then at his hunkiest (on 'A Star Is Born,')" the Post said.
The newspaper said representatives for Streisand, Warren, Redford and O'Neal didn't return its phone calls seeking comments, and Kristofferson's publicist declined to discuss the story.
Peters, who served as a producer on "Superman Returns," "Wild Wild West" and "Batman," said he also had romantic relationships with Kim Basinger, Pamela Anderson, Nicollette Sheridan, Salma Hayek and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Streisand has been married to actor James Brolin since 1998.