Aziz Ansari has been accused of sexual misconduct by a woman who claims he repeatedly got sexually aggressive with despite her protests, a website has reported. The woman, however, also admits they performed consensual oral sex with each other the same night.
Radar has reached out to the Master of None star's rep for comment. He hasn't yet commented on the shocking report to the media or taken to social media with a response.
According to an article on the women's website Babe, which was picked up by Newsweek and other outlets, Ansari's anonymous accuser claimed she went on a date with him in Sept. 2017 and he wound up getting too sexually pushy with her in his Tribeca apartment.
Ansari, who has been vocally spoken out against sexual assault, was accused of pressuring her to have sex with him after she said she made it clear she was not interested.
The unidentified woman, 22, claimed Ansari, 34, was acting like "a horny, rough, entitled 18-year-old.”
Babe referred to the woman as "Grace" and said he first allegedly took her out on a dinner date in New York City, where it felt like "Ansari was eager for them to leave."
After they went back to his apartment, Ansari allegedly started kissing her right away and, "In a second, his hand was on my breast," she told the website.
The woman claimed Ansari told her he was going to grab a condom, just minutes after they began kissing.
She alleged she told him to "relax for a sec," and they resumed kissing. Eventually, they performed oral sex on each other, "Grace" claimed.
However, she charged that Ansari moved quick and, "probably moved my hand to his dick five to seven times. He really kept doing it after I moved it away."
"Grace" claimed Ansari kept pestering her for sex.
"Where do you want me to fuck you?" he allegedly kept asking her, according to the Babe report.
She charged when Ansari started sticking his fingers in her throat she used "verbal and non-verbal cues" to indicate that wasn't what she wanted.
The woman said the former Parks and Recreation star finally said, "Of course, it's only fun if we're both having fun."
The accuser contended that Ansari continued to bother her, and she eventually left his apartment in tears.
The next day, Ansari reportedly sent Grace a text message saying it was "fun" to meet her. She wrote back, "Last night might’ve been fun for you, but it wasn’t for me. You ignored clear non-verbal clues; you kept going with advances."
"I’m so sad to hear this," Ansari allegedly wrote her back. "Clearly, I misread things in the moment and I’m truly sorry."
Babe said they had confirmed the number Grace was texting matched to the comedian’s —and verified her story with a roommate, who had allegedly talked to her afterwards.
Funnyman Ansari is climbing up the Hollywood ladder due to his hit show Master of None. He just won a Golden Globe award for acting on the Netflix show and as Radar has reported, bought a $2.7 million house a few years ago.
In fact, Ansari has been a huge supporter of the Time’s Up movement, which calls for the end of sexual misconduct following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Thus far, Ansari hasn't responded to requests for comment from Babe, Newsweek, and other outlets about his alleged sexual misconduct with the anonymous woman—and he hasn't weighed in yet on social media.
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