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Carroll was later arrested for prostitution and providing a false police report in connection with a separate case, in which she accused another man of sexual assault.
She denied the charges, but pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer, according to the Seattle Susan Braudy, a journalist and author who worked for Douglas’ production company in the 1980s,told The Hollywood Reporter in a Jan.
In the interview, Douglas preemptively denied the allegations.
“I felt the need to get ahead of this,” Douglas said. I pride myself on my reputation in this business, not to mention the long history of my father and everything else…
It is deplorable for anyone to find themselves in this situation.” He added that the allegations were the “continued work of my ex-wife Elaine Wynn, with whom I am involved in a terrible and nasty lawsuit in which she is seeking a revised divorce settlement.” The Wrap reported on Jan.
24 that model Brittany Lewis accused Copperfield of drugging her and sexually assaulting her in 1988 when she was 17.
Lewis told the online publication that she met Copperfield at a modeling competition, where the magician served as a judge.
Copperfield’s spokesperson declined to comment to TIME.
10, days before Braudy’s allegations went public, Douglas told Deadline that his attorney had been contacted by The Hollywood Reporter regarding allegations, which align with Brady’s, against him.
“Always listen, and consider everything carefully, but please for everyone’s sake don’t rush to judgment.” Copperfield’s statement appears to reference a 2007 allegation made by Lacey Carroll, who told authorities Copperfield invited her to his home in the Bahamas and sexually assaulted her.
The FBI investigated Carroll’s claims, but the case was closed without charges against Copperfield.
In a statement released on his Twitter and Instagram pages shortly before The Wrap published its report, Copperfield said: “The #Me Too movement is crucial and long overdue.
We all want people who feel they’ve been victims of sexual misconduct to be empowered, and as a rule we should listen, so more will feel comfortable coming forward.” “But imagine what it’s like, believing in the movement, and having also been falsely accused publicly in the past,” he wrote.