Sylvester Stallone Sexual Assault Case Being Reviewed by L.A. District Attorney
The Santa Monica Police Department filed the case on Wednesday, according to a DA spokesperson.
A sex crime case involving Sylvester Stallone is under review by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office, spokesman Greg Riesling confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Santa Monica Police Department filed the case on Wednesday, according to Riesling.
In December, Stallone was accused of sexual assault in a police report filed to the Santa Monica Police Department. The alleged incident occurred in the 1990s, which makes the case technically outside the statute of limitations in California. The actor disputed the claims as false via his lawyer in December.
In November, The Daily Mail additionally reported that Stallone was accused of sexual assault of a minor in Las Vegas in the late 1980s. According to the article, a police report was filed but charges were never brought. Las Vegas police could not verify that a report had ever been filed, given the time that had passed since the alleged event.
Stallone has also denied that veracity of the claims from the late 1980s.
THR has reached out to Stallone's representatives for comment.
Ryan Parker contributed to this report.