Andy Dick Gropes Ivanka Trump's Leg in Resurfaced 'Kimmel' Video

The comedian and Ivanka Trump were guests on an episode of Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show in 2007.

Days after his arrest for alleged sexual battery, resurfaced video from a 2007 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! shows Andy Dick rubbing Ivanka Trump's leg.

In the clip, Trump's interview with Kimmel is interrupted by Dick, who asks her, "You don't play up the glitter on your legs?"

He then proceeds to rub his hands on her legs. Clearly surprised, Ivanka Trump attempts to laugh off Dick's inappropriate behavior while slapping his hand away. "Andy, please don't touch Ivanka," Kimmel tells the comedian.

Dick ignores Kimmel, who then stands up to remove Dick's hands from Ivanka Trump. "Oh wait, did I say I was single?" she asks, seemingly making another attempt to ease the tension. "I thought I had a boyfriend."

Adds Kimmel, "Andy, please don't. Donald Trump will kill both of us."

Despite Ivanka Trump's and Kimmel's requests to stop, Dick didn't listen and, moments later, was escorted offstage by security. Shortly after, Kimmel addressed the incident during an interview with Extra.

"She came out. He wanted a big wet kiss. It was time for Andy to go, so I escorted him out by his feet," Kimmel explained. "He's Andy. He's not upset. He's not apologetic. He's just nutty. He always makes me a little uncomfortable. You have no idea what he's going to do next."

Dick recalled his encounter with Ivanka Trump six months ago on Instagram, sharing a picture from their appearance on Kimmel.

"The time I 'groped' Trump's daughter, Ivanka, on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Her legs were sparkling, and I was trying to see if the glitter would wipe off," he said in part in the post's caption. "I also mistakenly thought she would date me. I was jokingly carried off by security. Is anybody going to carry Trump off? No joke."

Dick is now facing legal action after he allegedly groped a woman in Los Angeles. On Monday, he was charged with one count of sexual battery and one count of simple battery, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He is due back in court July 18. 

In October, Dick was dropped from the independent feature film Raising Buchanan after he was accused of sexual harassment and misconduct on set. Dick later told THR that he was indeed let go from the project but denied any groping claims. However, he admitted to making advances on others and said it was possible that he may have licked people while working on the film.