Bob Dylan is being sued by a woman who claims the legendary musician sexually assaulted her when she was just 12 years old.
According to reports, the 80-year-old singer is being accused of grooming the young girl back in 1965 for the purpose of having a sexual relationship with her.
The female —who is identified as J.C. in the lawsuit — claims the rocker plied her with drugs and alcohol during a six-week period.
"Bob Dylan, over a six-week period between April and May of 1965 befriended and established an emotional connection with the plaintiff,” the documents obtained by Page Six read.
The accuser, who is now 65 years old, alleges Dylan's intent was to “lower [J.C.’s] inhibitions with the object of sexually abusing her, which he did, coupled with the provision of drugs, alcohol and threats of physical violence."
She claims she's "emotionally scarred and psychologically damaged to this day.”
J.C. says the Blowin’ in the Wind singer sexually abused her multiple times, with some of the alleged assaults occurring in his Chelsea apartment.
Dylan's sexual assault accuser claims she's suffered depression, humiliation, and anxiety because of her time with the rocker. J.C. also says she's had to seek medical treatment from the fallout.
She is accusing Dylan of assault, battery, false imprisonment, and infliction of emotional distress.
J.C. is asking for unspecified damages and wants a jury trial.
The woman is being represented by Daniel Isaacs. Her lawyer told The Post, "the complaint speaks for itself.” He did not elaborate on his client's lawsuit.
This isn't the only legal battle Dylan has faced lately.
The singer -- who has been labeled one of the greatest songwriters of all time -- recently won a fight in Manhattan Supreme Court against the wife of late songwriter Jacques Levy. Claudia Levy went after Dylan asking for a portion of the $300 million the rocker received when he sold his song collection.
Radar has reached out to Dylan's rep for comment about the allegations. So far, no word back.