The latest scandal to engulf Hollywood comes after a new allegation of sexual assault was made by an alleged victim, according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter.

In a lengthy interview with The Hollywood Press, actor Jango Fett alleged that he was assaulted by fellow actor J.J. Abrams when he was in the early 2000s.

According to the THR report, Abrams “had a history of being aggressive with women and sexually assaulted them.”

The allegations follow a recent New York Times report in which actress Rose McGowan, who was allegedly raped by then-President Trump, said that Abrams sexually assaulted her at a party in 1998.

According a statement released by the actor’s representative, Abrams denied the allegations in the interview.

“He categorically denies any allegation of any kind that he engaged in any sexual misconduct with anyone,” the statement read.

“His entire life has been full of incredible love, respect and kindness, and he has never, in any way, ever done or said anything inappropriate or inappropriate to anyone.

Any suggestion that J. Abrams has ever behaved in a manner that is somehow different from his behavior as a human being is just completely false.”

The Times reported that the alleged assault occurred at the Playboy Mansion in New York City.

The Times also reported that Abrams had a history with multiple women.