Another actress has come forward with a rape accusation against “Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick.
Aurilie Wynn, who went by Aurelie Marie Cao when she was acting, wrote on Facebook on Wednesday that Westwick raped her in July 2014.
Wynn wrote that she was hanging out with the actor and a couple until 5 a.m. when they decided to “get a few hours of shut eye.”
“I said no and he pushed me face down and was powerless under his weight. I was wearing a one piece bathing suit that he ripped, I was in complete shock, I am also very tiny. When it was over I got my cellphone and found that the girl that had invited me had left or got kicked out,” Wynn wrote.
“I had terrible service in the estate without access to the WiFi and had to get another friend to get me an Uber out of there while Ed was passed out.”
Wynn said that she told her then-boyfriend, “Glee” actor Mark Salling, about the alleged rape.
Salling, who recently pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography, blamed her and ended the relationship, Wynn wrote.
“My other friends and people around me told me it was best not to say anything, to not be ‘that girl’ and that no one would believe me and think I was just out trying to get my 10 seconds of fame,” she wrote.
Wynn is the second actress to accuse the 30-year-old British actor of rape.
On Monday, Kristina Cohen claimed that, three years ago, Westwick first tried to digitally penetrate her, then raped her after she resisted.
Westwick denied Cohen’s allegations Tuesday on Twitter, and said he does not know her.
“I do not know this woman. I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. I certainly have never committed rape,” he wrote.
LAPD is reportedly investigating Cohen’s claims.
A rep for Westwick did not immediately return a request for comment.
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