Dustin Hoffman Allegedly Exposed Himself To Minor And Sexually Assaulted Two Women

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Actor and director Dustin Hoffman allegedly exposed himself to a minor and sexually assaulted two women, according to a report released Thursday.

Three women accused Hoffman, 80, of sexual misconduct in allegations, reported Variety. One accuser, Cori Thomas, was 16 at the time. She claims Hoffman took a shower and then exposed himself to her while she waited for her parents in his hotel room.

A second woman, Melissa Kester, was a recent college graduate at the time of the alleged assault. She claims Hoffman sexually assaulted her at a recording studio.

The third woman, who is anonymous, claimed Hoffman sexually assaulted her in the back of a car and then pressured her to have sex. This experience left her traumatized.

The woman remembers Hoffman told her, “‘I’m naked. Do you want to see?'” She also said she was pressured to massage his feet

Kester claimed Hoffman stuck his fingers up her pants in front of other people. “He kind of laughed,” she said, adding, “Then I just ran out of there, and I sat in the bathroom crying. I thought, ‘Oh my God.’ I felt like I’d been raped. There was no warning. I didn’t know he would do that.”

Hoffman also allegedly sexually harassed a 17-year-old girl named Anna Graham Hunter in the 1980s while working on “Death of a Salesman.” She claimed he groped her and openly talked about sex with her.

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