‘I said, ‘No,’’

2nd woman accuses ‘Gossip Girl’ star Ed Westwick of rape

Aurélie Wynn (Facebook)

Former actress Aurélie Wynn has come forward to accuse Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick of rape, writing in a Facebook post that she decided to share her own experience with Westwick after hearing about actress Kristina Cohen, who accused Westwick of rape on Monday. Westwick had denied Cohen’s allegations, which are currently under investigation by the LAPD, by claiming that not he did not even know who she was, but that he had “never forced myself in any manner, on any woman.”

In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Aurélie Wynn shared an alleged incident from July 2014, when she said she attended a party at Westwick’s house together with a friend. She said that the partygoers had turned in for the night in separate bedrooms, at which point Westwick entered her room.

Actor Ed Westwick attends Louis XIII Celebration of “100 Years” The Movie You Will Never See November 18, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for Louis XIII)

“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,” she wrote.

After the alleged rape, she said she told her then-boyfriend, Glee actor Mark Salling, who pled guilty to child porn charges last month, but he “blamed me for it and broke it off with me.” Her other friends, she wrote, “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.”

Westwick has yet to comment on Wynn’s Claims.

Read the full story at The Daily Mail.


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