A 23-year-old Brooklyn-based photographer has spoken out about her horrendous experience with comedian and actor Aziz Ansari. "In a second, his hand was on my breast". The victim further spoke of how she didn't want to engage in intercourse with him, and politely started refusing him, which he soon agreed but would continue prodding her to do so.
Ansari's accuser who identified referred to as "Grace" told the publication, Babe, that she made a decision to share her story when she saw Ansari wearing the "Time's Up" pin at the Sunday's ceremony, where he crowned the much-prestigious "Best Actor" award. She went on to say, "And absolutely cringe-worthy that he was wearing the Time's Up pin". It turned into the worst night of my life'.
After kissing her aggressively, the actor briefly performed oral sex on her before asking her to do the same thing to him. When we got back to your place, you ignored clear non-verbal clues; you kept going with advances.
Grace also supplied text messages in which Ansari appears to have followed up the incident by telling her, "It was fun meeting you last night".
Though Ansari responded to Grace's text with an apology mentioning that he "clearly misread things in the moment" it was clear the damage was well and truly done.More news: You must apologise to Africans, AU tells Donald Trump
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Grace told the website she was shocked by Ansari's behaviour, as he has had a reputation for being a "woke" guy who respects women.
The allegations, though still unproven, do raise serious questions over the future of the Golden Globe-winning show, Master of None.
He has built a career on comedy that focuses on issues of race and sexual consent, which has earned him considerable praise from prominent female voices. The 23-year-old claimed that the Master of None star coerced her into performing some rather objectionable sexual acts on their date night in September 2017.
In an article published by the online publication, Babe, a 23-year-old Brooklyn-based photographer has come forward with details of the alleged incident that took place almost four months ago in New York City.
"It was actually painful to watch him win and accept an award", she said. I think that started a new fire, and it kind of made it more real [.] I believe that I was taken advantage of by Aziz.