Ed Westwick is facing rape allegations for a second time from another actress who says the "Gossip Girl" star forced himself on her in 2014.
Aurelie Wynnn, who went by the name Auralie Marie Cao during her acting career, came forward with her story on Facebook Wednesday stating that she was inspired by actress Kristina Cohen who accused Westwick of rape on Monday.
"In July 2014, I went through a very similar ordeal with Ed Westwick," Wynn began her post which detailed how she came into contact with Westwick after being invited to an estate he was renting by a friend who was dating Westwick's roommate, a cast member on "Glee."
After hanging out until the early morning and deciding to get some sleep, Wynn says she was awoken by Westwick.
"And like Kristina, I said no and he pushed me face down and was powerless under his weight. I was wearing a one piece bathing suit that he ripped, I was in complete shock," she wrote.
Wynn also said that she explained to former "Glee" star, Mark Salling, who she was seeing at the time, that Westwick had raped her and that his response was to blame her for the accident and end the relationship.
"My other friends and people around me told me it was best not to say anything, to not be "that girl" and that no one would believe me and think I was just out trying to get my 10 seconds of fame," she continued.
"I am so incredibly thankful all of this is finally coming to light and that there is justice in the world. I believe you Kristina Cohen and thank you for speaking up so eloquently and really encompassing what young female actresses have to go through at the hands of men like Ed Westwick. Without you I would not have had the strength to speak up publicly about my ordeal. #metoo," Wynn concluded.
Cohen had filed a police report Tuesday about her encounter with Westwick at the LAPD's Hollywood Division.
West denied Cohen's allegations on Twitter stating that he has never met her before.
"I do not know this woman. I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. I certainly have never committed rape," he wrote.
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