Sylvester Stallone is joining the list of Hollywood stars accused of sexual misconduct.
The allegations surfaced from a police report filed by a 16-year-old girl in 1986 after a sexual encounter in a Las Vegas hotel room in which the unnamed victim claims Stallone and his body guard had sex with her, The Daily Mail reports.
Stallone, who was 40 years old at the time, was filming “Over the Top” in Las Vegas when he allegedly met and later invited the 16-year-old girl up to his hotel room.
After meeting Stallone and receiving his hotel room key from his body guard Mike De Luca the unnamed girl willingly went up to the room where the alleged encounter occurred. Stallone, knowing the girl was only 16, then invited her into the bedroom where he had intercourse with her.
The girl claimed they “really didn’t have sex” because Stallone “only kept it in for a few seconds” before he said she was “very tight” and asked if she’d ever had sex with two men at once. At that point Stallone urged De Luca to come into the room to join them and the two men traded off receiving oral sex from the teenager while the other penetrated her.
According to the police report, the girl said there “was no actual physical force, but she did feel intimidated,” during the hotel room encounter. She also noted that she became “very uncomfortable” when De Luca joined in, but felt that she had “no choice” but to go along with it.
The girl also claims that after the sexual encounter Stallone told her he and De Luca were both married and threatened to “beat her head in” if she told anybody.
When police asked her if she wanted to press charges against the actor and his body guard, the unnamed girl said she was “humiliated and ashamed,” but didn’t want to press charges.
“I’m kind of scared and I’m very ashamed. I don’t want anybody else to have that happen to them, but I don’t want to prosecute. I cannot talk about this anymore, please leave me alone,” the girl told police, according to the report.
Stallone is yet to comment on the alleged encounter. However, Las Vegas metro police department detective sergeant John Samolovitch, who led the sexual assault unit at the time of the incident, confirmed that the report obtained by The Daily Mail “is in fact a true copy of the original report.”