Sylvester Stallone denies intimately assaulting 16-year-old fan

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Stallone’s mouthpiece pronounced a story was “categorically false”

Actor Sylvester Stallone has denied reports that he and a bodyguard intimately assaulted a 16-year-old fan in Las Vegas in a 1980s.

The Mail Online has published what it says is a military news dating from 1986, that minute a allegations.

The immature lady did not press charges, a news said, since she was “humiliated and ashamed”, as good as being “scared”. No movement was taken.

The Rocky star’s mouthpiece pronounced a story was “categorically false”.

Michelle Bega described a claim as “ridiculous”, adding: “No one was ever wakeful of this story until it was published today, including Mr Stallone.

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“At no time was Mr Stallone ever contacted by any authorities or anyone else per this matter.”

The purported plant pronounced she became intimidated and fearful when a star’s bodyguard became concerned in a occurrence in a hotel room, according to a 12-page military report.

The news says a lady purported they met in Jul 1986 in what was afterwards a Las Vegas Hilton Hotel when she got an designation from Stallone, afterwards 40.

She claimed a bodyguard gave her keys to a hotel room, where she after had sex with both men.

The officer wrote: “She pronounced that after she got dressed, Stallone done a criticism to her that they were both married group and that she could not tell anybody about a occurrence and if she did, that they would have to kick her conduct in.”

Case dropped

A apart news from a passionate attack section settled a group afterwards laughed, “and she took it as a fun also”, though after a purported plant left a room she “became really distraught and frightened, and wasn’t certain that that hazard had been a fun after all”.

It combined that she pronounced she was not physically forced to have retort though felt “intimidated”.

Stallone was in Las Vegas during a time creation a film Over a Top. His bodyguard, Mike de Luca, was shot passed by military in California 4 years ago.

The allegations were formerly published by a Baltimore Post-Examiner final February. Ms Bega declined to criticism serve when asked if Stallone was wakeful of them.

The Mail pronounced late Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigator sergeant John Samolovitch vouched that “the duplicate of a military news is in fact a loyal duplicate of a strange report”. The force is nonetheless to comment.

Stallone’s rejection comes in a arise of allegations done opposite pivotal Hollywood total including Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and Louis CK.

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