BREAKING Anti-Trump Celeb Accused of Sexual Assault

  • 2017-11-11
  • Source: TTN
  • by: Trump Train News HQ
BREAKING Anti-Trump Celeb Accused of Sexual Assault
In today's episode of Hollywood Deviants, George Takei, known for his snarky anti-Trump tirades and role on Star Trek, has been accused of sexual assault.

Takei, an openly gay man, allegedly sexually assaulted a young male model back in the 80's.

Scott R. Brunton, 23-years old at the time of the alleged incident, gave the Hollywood Reporter his account:

Brunton says he was living in Hollywood in 1981, working as a waiter and beginning a career as a commercial actor and model when he met a 43- or 44-year-old Takei one evening at Greg's Blue Dot bar. The men exchanged numbers and would call one another from time to time as well as run into each other at clubs, Brunton says. When Brunton broke up with his then-boyfriend, he spoke with Takei. "He said, 'Let me know what your new number is' and I did. And not long after we broke up and I moved out, George called me," Brunton recalls.

Later, Takei invited Brunton to dinner and a theater:

The two men went back to the actor's condo for a drink the same night. "We have the drink and he asks if I would like another," Brunton recalls. "And I said sure. So, I have the second one, and then all of a sudden, I begin feeling very disoriented and dizzy, and I thought I was going to pass out. I said I need to sit down and he said sit over here and he had the giant yellow beanbag chair. So I sat down in that and leaned my head back and I must have passed out."

"The next thing I remember I was coming to and he had my pants down around my ankles and he was groping my crotch and trying to get my underwear off and feeling me up at the same time, trying to get his hands down my underwear," Brunton says. "I came to and said, 'What are you doing?!' I said, 'I don't want to do this.' He goes, 'You need to relax. I am just trying to make you comfortable. Get comfortable.' And I said, 'No. I don't want to do this.' And I pushed him off and he said, 'OK, fine.' And I said I am going to go and he said, 'If you feel you must. You're in no condition to drive.' I said, 'I don't care I want to go.' So I managed to get my pants up and compose myself and I was just shocked. I walked out and went to my car until I felt well enough to drive home, and that was that."

The Hollywood Reporter also spoke to friends of Brunton who corroborated the fact that Brunton has been telling this story for many years.

Takei responded via Twitter this morning in which he denied the accusation. His statement:

Friends, I'm writing to respond to the accusations made by Scott R. Bruton. I want to assure you all that I am as shocked and bewildered at these claims as you must feel reading them.

The events he describes back in the 1980s simply did not occur, and I do not know why he has claimed them now. I have wracked my brain to ask if I remember Mr. Brunton, and I cannot say I do.

But I do take these claims very seriously, and I wanted to provide my response thoughtfully and not out of the moment.

Right now it is a he said / he said situation, over alleged events nearly 40 years ago. But those that know me understand that non-consensual acts are so antithetical to my values and my practices, the very idea that someone would accuse me of this is quite personally painful.

While Takei avoided the Kevin Spacey "it's ok, I choose to live as a gay man defense", George has pleaded "selective memory".

Pretty rich stuff from a guy who's able to seemingly recall personal events from World War II, when he would have been less than 7-years old, and use them to attack Trump as an "American terrorist".

And then there was this time George Takei tweeted this:


Pure schadenfreude.


 Source: TTN

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