A sexual assault case involving Sylvester Stallone is now being reviewed by the Los Angeles District Attorney, Us Weekly can confirm.
Los Angeles District Attorney's office spokesman Greg Risling did not give details but said the case was presented by police in the California beach city of Santa Monica. They also provided no timetable for the review. Risling would not comment further on the nature of the allegation.
The alleged incident occurred in the 1990s, but was reported to Santa Monica police in November, which the Hollywood Reporter covered at the time.
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The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office is reviewing sexual assault allegations against Sylvester Stallone, according to a DA spokesperson.
The #MeToo campaign took off a year ago following sexual assault allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. The DA's office did not say how long it was expected to take to review the case. Notwithstanding that, she filed a police report, (and) the media outlet refused to publish the story. But the revised law applies only to crimes committed after January 1, 2017, and offenses for which the statute of limitations had not expired by that date.
Making his name in the 1970s in boxing film Rocky, Stallone went on to become one of Hollywood's biggest action stars thanks to the Rocky and Rambo film franchises.
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But the Santa Monica allegation is the second time Stallone has been accused of a sexual assault.
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"This is a ridiculous, categorically false story", said Michelle Bega, spokeswoman for Stallone, said after the stories were published.
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"We got a complaint that was made in November of alleged sexual misconduct in the 1990s", SMPD spokesman Saul Rodriguez told Reuters.
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