Charlie Sheen denies assaulting Haim,
Sexual abuse allegations continued to engulf the entertainment world on Thursday.
Amid reports that Kevin Spacey was being replaced by Christopher Plummer in the movie All the Money in the World, that Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec was being sued by an ex-girlfriend for rape and that comedian Louis C.K. was being accused by five women of sexual misconduct, Charlie Sheen denied assaulting late child star Corey Haim when he was 19 or 20 and Haim was 13
ccording to online reports, fellow actor Dominick Brascia claimed in the National Enquirer that Haim told him he had anal sex with Sheen on the set of the movie Lucas.
Haim, a Toronto native, died in 2010. A rep for Sheen said he “categorically denies” the allegations. In other developments: Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor has denied an allegation of inappropriate behaviour by his former assistant, Van Barnes, but Amazon Studios is investigating.
Entourage actor Jeremy Piven is now facing sexual assault allegations from a third woman, Tiffany Bacon Scourby, who says Piven forced himself on her in a hotel room in 2003 and exposed his genitals. Piven says it didn’t happen and is looking into legal options.
Another actress has accused Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick of rape. Aurelie Wynn, who went by Aurelie Marie Cao when she was acting, said Wednesday that Westwick raped her in July 2014.
Prison Break star Robert Knepper is denying allegations that he forced himself on a costume designer in 1992. Susan Bertram says Knepper grabbed her and pushed her against a wall in his trailer while filming Gas Food Lodging.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor Terry Crews has filed a police report against the Hollywood honcho he claims groped him at a party last year. Crews did not name the man, but he was identified by the Hollywood Reporter as agent Adam Venit.
Corey Haim, seen in 2008 on a break from filming a movie in Toronto, starred in the 1986 movie Lucas.