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A Third Woman Says "Gossip Girl" Star Ed Westwick Sexually Assaulted Her

15 November 2017

The controversy continues for Ed Westwick.

A third woman, Rachel Eck, has accused actor Ed Westwick of sexual assault.

Eck becomes the third woman to accuse Westwick of sexual misconduct this month.

Two days after Cohen posted her claims, another actor, Aurélie Wynn, claimed that Westwick raped her, also in 2014. Facts denied in the block by the comedian, who has even chose to work with the police to "clear his name" and prove his innocence.

USA TODAY's request for comment has not been answered by Westwick's representatives, but the actor denied Cohen's allegations on Twitter on November 7, saying "I do not know this woman". And once again, the scenario of the young woman is identical to that of the other victims. Her ex then convinced her to stay, claiming that Westwick wanted to apologize. As soon as his companion left her alone with the actor, he " tried [the] kissing or [] push against the wall ".

Even though Eck "pushed off" Westwick, she claims "it got worse and he got more handsy" as the night progressed. She claims she then "shoved him off as quickly as I could and left".

Rachel Eck has unfortunately made the mistake of accompanying him in his room. When she had had enough, she told Kaine that she wanted to leave, but he told her that Ed wanted to apologise before he went. A narrative that is chilling for which the actor has not yet responded. Eck rejected these attempts by pushing off the actor and saying she and Harling were an item.

Without another person to focus on, Eck told Buzzfeed Westwick 'turned his sights on me'.

She said they were introduced by her ex-boyfriend, Australian film producer Kaine Harling. Cohen has since filed a police report at the LAPD's Hollywood precinct, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I have never felt so uncomfortable in a situation like that in my entire life".

Ed is now being investigated by the LAPD and had his upcoming television series, Ordeal by Innocence, suspended by the BBC "until the matter is resolved". On Nov. 6, Cohen claimed in a Facebook post that Westwick raped her in 2014 when she was visiting his home with a producer who she did not name at the time. "I was wearing a one piece bathing suit that he ripped, I was in complete shock, I am also very tiny".

A Third Woman Says