xXx Director Rob Cohen denies Asia Argento's allegations of sexual assault

Asia Argento has reported with new allegations of sexual assault against the director Rob Cohen.

The actress told the media that the Fast and the Furious Helmer she worked with in 2002 Vin Diesel The action film xXx drugged her and sexually assaulted her with GHB – a depressant commonly referred to as the "rape drug".

She told the Milanese newspaper Il Corriere della Sera for the first time on January 21: "I really didn't know what it was then. I woke up naked in his bed in the morning."

She redoubled her claims, telling Variety Magazine on Jan. 24 that she detailed the alleged attack in her upcoming autobiography, Anatomy of a Wild Heart.

A Cohen spokesman told E! News: "Mr. Cohen categorically denies Asia Argento's allegation of assaulting him as completely false. When they worked together, they had an excellent working relationship and Mr. Cohen considered her a friend, making this 2002 claim particularly confusing is given what has been reported about her in recent years. "

The spokesman did not respond to specific reports about Argento.

Argento, who also went public with allegations of sexual assault Harvey Weinstein in 2017 stated that she now wanted to talk about Cohen because other women had also accused him of the attack.

In February 2019 Cohen's daughter Valkyrie weather went to Twitter to claim he molested her when she was 2 years old and took her to sex workers as a teenager. The allegations were also made in divorce proceedings by Weather's mother Dianna Mitzner 20 years earlier. The weather also claimed her father raped a woman.

"My mother witnessed one of the attacks when I was between two and two and a half years old and has since confirmed what she saw," Weather tweeted. "That fact cost me more than I could ever convey here. Rob also raped at least one other woman in her sleep."

Cohen denied the allegations Weather made in The Hollywood Reporter earlier this month. "I hope and pray that one day my child will come to realize that no matter what someone says or tries to convince them when they were a child, whatever someone says or tries to convince them is both untrue and unimaginable," he said.

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