Celebrity US actor Steven Seagal denies new sexual assault allegation By modern survival living Posted on January 16, 2018 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments British Celebrity Rachel Grant says That He pulled her Shirt and exposed himself in an audition Sexual harassment US actor Steven Seagal denies new sexual assault allegation British celebrity Rachel Grant says that he pulled her shirt and exposed himself in an audition Nicola Slawson @nicola_slawson Mon 15 Jan 2018 14.45EST Last modified on Mon 15 Jan 2018 15.26EST Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Mail View more sharing options Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Close Grant’s allegation is the Most Up-to-date in a series of sexual misconduct accusations against Seagal. Photograph: Kristina Nikishina/Getty Images to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia The actor and producer Steven Seagal has denied that the Most Up-to-date in a series of sexual assault allegations made against him. Rachel Grant, famous for starring as a Bond girl in Die Another Day, asserts the Hollywood star pulled down her shirt and then exposed himself to her during a meeting in Bulgaria, a claim that his attorneys say he “unequivocally denies”. Grant’s allegation is the latest in a series of sexual misconduct offenses against Seagal. On Friday the Los Angeles police department confirmed they were investigating him within an allegation of sexual assault though it’s unknown who made the complaint. The British actress, who states she had been emboldened by the #metoo campaign, says that the incident happened when she had been flown to Sofia and left alone in a hotel suite with Seagal. She told BBC News he requested her to take off her shirt, which she refused. “I stood up to try to divert him. But he managed to tug down my shirt, that was strapless. My breasts were totally exposed and I had been forced to cover myself,” she explained. “He pushed me on to the mattress with force. He then explained: ‘I suppose you wish to view my private parts’ — though he used a different word. I was searching and he started to pull down his zip” Grant says she burst into tears, at which stage Seagal apologised. However, she later lost her role on the movie, Out for a Kill. Lawyers for Seagal published a statement, which stated: “Our client denies using such contact Ms Grant and further vehemently denies any alleged assault at all, particularly, the alleged assault occurring in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 2002.” A lot of other girls have enticed Seagal of inappropriate behavior and harassment such as actors Portia de Rossi, Julianna Margulies, Jenny McCarthy and Rae Dawn Chong. De Rossi wrote on Twitter about an episode in which she stated he ‘unzipped his trousers’. Portia de Rossi (@portiaderossi) My final audition to get a Steven Segal movie took place in his workplace. He told me how important it had been to have chemistry off-screen as he sat me down and unzipped his leather trousers. I ran outside and called my representative. Unfazed, she replied, “well, I did not understand if he was your kind.” November 8, 2017 Regina Simons, who was 18 when shooting the movie On Deadly Ground in 1993, told the Wrap which Seagal raped her after he invited her to a party at his house. Former version Faviola Dadis also promised in an Instagram article which Seagal had groped her during a 2002 audition. Seagal hasn’t yet responded to the allegations. Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/us Prev postNext post Related Post Quitting Paris climate deal would threaten US secu... Shiny objects foreign leaders are using to distrac... French election: Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron... US sending almost 4,000 extra forces to Afghanista... Related Items:culture, Film, Film industry, sexual harassment, Steven Seagal, UK news, US news, World news Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you Nanette Fabray, Comedic Foil to Sid Caesar on TV, Dies at 97 Kanye West has returned to Instagram right on time for Valentine’s Day Who is the best Oscar winning lead actor of all time?