Published: Mon, November 20, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Slyvester Stallone's ex-wife Brigitte Nielsen defends him against sexual assault claim

Slyvester Stallone's ex-wife Brigitte Nielsen defends him against sexual assault claim

Slyvester Stallone's ex-wife Brigette Nielsen is shooting down a claim that the "Rambo" star sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in 1986 while filming the movie, "Over the Top". Not only this, Stallone forced the girl to join a sexual activity with her bodyguard. Nobody has ever been aware of this story prior to its release today, including Mr. Stallone or someone else about it. She went to the police department, filed a report but then signed a no prosecution form. At no time was Mr Stallone ever contacted by authorities or anyone else regarding this matter,"a representative for Stallone told Fox News".

"Rocky" actor Sylvester Stallone, pictured January 25, 2014 in Acapulco, was accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl. She said that she was introduced to the then-40-year-old actor by actor David Mendenhall, who was playing Stallone's son in the film.

"This is a ridiculous, categorically false story". The police report noted that the teen became "emotionally upset" numerous times while recounting the sordid incident to investigators.

According to the alleged victim, who refused to be identified, Stallone and his bodyguard at the time, Mike De Luca, had inappropriate sexual contact with her in 1986. Still, the former model felt the need to defend her ex.

According to the report, it all started when she and a friend met Stallone at the Las Vegas Hilton hotel where she was staying from July 18 to July 28.

"The only people I introduced to Mr. Stallone were my relatives who visited me on the set". The victim said that she was too humiliated and ashamed to do so. She said that DeLuca then walked over to her, and the two men took turns, forcing her to perform oral sex on them.

The accuser also alleges she met Mendenhall in the hotel's arcade and that he introduced her to Stallone. She claimed to have been told not to tell anyone about the alleged incident or they "they would have to beat her head in". In fact, a closer look at the most recent allegations published by the Daily Mail reveals that details of this case were actually made public previous year, when Baltimore Post-Examiner reporter Doug Poppa obtained the police records. According to the story, the girl decided she did not want the case prosecuted so Vegas police dropped it.

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