Los Angeles D.A. Reviewing Sexual Assault Case Against Sylvester Stallone
Los Angeles District Attorney officials said they are looking into sexual assault allegations involving actor Sylvester Stallone, RadarOnline.com can confirm.
Santa Monica Police Department investigators presented the case to the L.A. District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday, June 13. Greg Risling, a spokesman for the District Attorney’s Office, told Radar that the sex crimes task force is now reviewing the case.
Santa Monica Police started to look into the allegations against Stallone in November. Police officials said a 50-year old actress filed a report claiming the actor assaulted her in the 1990s at his Santa Monica office.
Stallone broke his silence to Radar exclusively last December about the rape allegations against him, claiming that he was completely innocent and that the claims were false.
“That never ever happened,” the Rocky star told Radar.
A woman claimed the action hero raped her decades ago and she filed a police report with the allegations in November.
The woman, who Stallone told Radar had visited him while he was filming a movie in Israel in 1987, claimed that he raped her three years later in his office in Santa Monica.
Stallone told Radar that he was devastated that his family had to hear the unfounded accusations.
It’s one thing to go after me,” he told Radar. “But they really attack the innocents, the people that are going along with their lives, their reputations are sullied by this,” he said about his wife, Jennifer Flavin, and three daughters.
Stallone said that the woman was not telling the truth as multiple high-powered men in Hollywood were accused of assault and that his family was adversely affected by the accusations.
“They are carrying the burden of a lie for the rest of their lives. Cruel is cruel. You don’t have to make things up.”
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