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I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman.I certainly have never committed rape.” Cohen, 27, from Los Angeles, California, claims she visited the actor’s house with her former boyfriend who she refers to as “the producer” in the social media post.Actress Kristina Cohen has filed a police report at LAPD's Hollywood precinct after making the allegations against the Hertfordshire-born Gossip Girl star on Facebook.Cops are now investigating a claim that the “suspect forced victim to have sexual intercourse inside his residence ... A spokesman for the LAPD confirmed to Sun Online they were investigating claims against Westwick made by Cohen.BBC director general Tony Hall has said that the corporation has “zero tolerance” for sexual harassment and misconduct.
I’ve gone back and forth over and over again, unsure if I should speak up. “It was this producer who brought me up to Ed’s house where I met Ed for the first time,” Cohen recalls. He held me down and raped me.”Cohen goes on to describe how her boyfriend at the time warned her that speaking out would effectively end her acting career.“I wanted to leave when Ed suggested ‘we should all fuck.’ But the producer didn’t want to make Ed feel awkward by leaving. I said I was tired and wanted to leave, trying to get out of what was already an uncomfortable situation. The producer said we would stay for just another 20 more minutes to smooth everything over, and then we could leave.”“So I went and laid down in the guest room where I eventually fell asleep, I was woken up abruptly by Ed on top of me, his fingers entering my body. I fought him off as hard as I could but he grabbed my face in his hands, shaking me, telling me he wanted to fuck me. “I now realize the ways in which these men in power prey on women, and how this tactic is used so frequently in our industry, and surely, in many others,” she continues.“I’m sickened to see men like Ed respected in such a public way.The series, which stars Westwick as a 1980s Essex salesman, had been described by the BBC as “a story of dodgy shenanigans, scams and petty rivalries — alongside free-flowing drugs, cash and sex.” In June, the BBC confirmed that would be returning for a second season, which is set to air in 2018. Netflix recently announced the end of its original series House of Cards after its star Kevin Spacey was accused of making a sexual advance on a minor and sexually harassing multiple people on set.According to recent reports, the BBC is currently looking into “more than two dozen sexual harassment claims after corporation chiefs encouraged employees to come forward.” Last month, an investigation was launched in response to four women’s accusations that a radio presenter groped them.