Deadpool actor T.J. Miller accused of sexual assaulting, punching woman; denies all allegations

Deadpool actor T.J. Miller accused of sexual assaulting, punching woman; denies all allegations

Miller and his wife of two years, Kate Gorney, denied these allegations in a statement.

Another Hollywood celebrity joins the ever-growing list of those accused of sexual assault and misconduct. This time, it's Deadpool and former Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller who's facing the heat.

T.J. Miller in Silicon Valley (HBO) 

According to a post by The Daily Beast, an anonymous alleged victim stated that Miller sexually assaulted and punched her while studying at George Washington University during the course of a relationship that began in the fall of 2001.

In the report, she says that while being intimate, Miller began to shake her and then hit her in the mouth during intercourse. In the morning she woke with a fractured tooth and busted lip. As per the woman; Miller explained her injuries by saying she had a drunken fall the night before.

T.J. Miller in Deadpool (Facebook) 

On another evening, the woman says Miller again became violent while they were having sex and he began to choke her. "We started to fool around, and very early in that, he put his hands around my throat and closed them, and I couldn’t breathe,” she says.

“I was genuinely terrified and completely surprised ... and I had certainly not entered into any agreement that I would be choked." During the evening, the woman says Miller also penetrated her anally without her consent.

T.J. Miller (Facebook) 

The alleged victim says she informed GW campus police about the alleged incidents nearly a year after they supposedly took place and that her claims were handled by the university's student court. Reportedly, the university informed her they had resolved the issue following a student-court trial, which lasted a couple of weeks.

"The Student Association wants to clarify that the Student Court did not handle the case of sexual assault accusations regarding GW alumnus T.J. Miller," Ashley Le, the organization's vice president of public affairs, told USA TODAY. She noted that the trial was likely overseen by the University Hearing Board, which adjudicates non-academic disciplinary matters, including off-campus conduct.

Miller and his wife of two years, Kate, denied these allegations in a statement they shared on social media.


T.J. Miller and his wife Kate Gorney (Facebook)  

"We stand together in stating this is nothing more than an unfortunate resurgence of her lies designed to wreak havoc on two happily married people in the public eye," the joint statement reads. "She began again to circulate rumors online once our relationship became public."

"Sadly, she is now using the current climate to bandwagon and launch these false accusations again," the statement continues. "It is unfortunate that she is choosing this route as it undermines the important movement to make women feel safe coming forward about legitimate claims against real known predators."

"We stand together and will not allow this person to take advantage of a serious movement toward gender equality by allowing her to use this moment to muddy the water with an unrelated personal agenda," the couple added.



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