Sylvester Stallone’s Rep Responds To Assault Claims

Sylvester Stallone found himself taking a step back in time amid reports that he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old teenager over 2 decades ago. The incident allegedly happened in 1986 at a Las Vegas hotel room during the filming of Over The Top. In a 12-page police report published by the Daily Mail, the accuser refused to press charges on the Rambo star out of humiliation and fear of retaliation.

She stated that Stallone, who was 40 years old at the time, forced her into a threesome with him and his bodyguard Michael de Luca. She admitted that the intercourse with Stallone was consensual, but the encounter with de Luca was forced by Stallone. She claims that once the incident was over, the star informed her that both men were married and he threatened to “beat her head in” if she told anyone.

TMZ caught up with Stallone’s spokeswoman Michelle Bega. When asked about the accusations against her client, she responded: “This is a ridiculous, categorically false story.” No one was even aware of the story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. Stallone is not admitting to any of the charges or the consensual sex. He simply states, “It didn’t happen.” Bega went on to confirm that Stallone has not been contacted for questioning the authorities nor anyone else concerning this matter.

There have been some cases where the police department can pursue allegations without the accuser’s cooperation.  However, Las Vegas Police Departments states they will not be able to pursue the case without the victim refusing to move forward with the charges.

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