Details of this new case have not been released yet.
Los Angeles County prosecutors Wednesday began reviewing whether actor Sylvester Stallone should face charges in connection with a sexual assault reported previous year to Santa Monica police, a spokesman said.
"It is under review by our sex crime task force". As for these new allegations, it isn't clear if Stallone and his accuser's supposed consensual relations happened during the two-year period where the actor was married to Nielsen. Under the revised law, sex crimes like rape, forcible sodomy, and molestation of a child do not have a statute of limitations, but only if the alleged crime was committed after January 1, 2017, or if the previous statute of limitations had not expired by that time.
"Rambo III" was filmed in Israel that year. Last year, during initial media reports about the Santa Monica case, Stallone's attorney said he "categorically disputes the claim". The girl stated that Stallone would "beat her head in" if she told anyone about the incident. The alleged victim filed a police report in May. "At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by any authorities or anyone else regarding this matter".More news: How Guardiola Reacted To Yaya Toure’s Discrimination Accusations
"We got a complaint that was made in November of alleged sexual misconduct in the 1990s", SMPD spokesman Saul Rodriguez told Reuters. "It is under review", the Los Angeles District Attorney told Us Weekly on Wednesday, June 13. Risling would not comment further on the nature of the allegation.
Attempts to reach his lawyer, Martin Singer, were unsuccessful Wednesday night.More news: Fortnite On Switch Has Built-In Voice Chat, No App Required
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