Bob Dylan denies sexually abusing a girl in 1965
Bob Dylan denies sexually abusing a girl in 1965: Bob Dylan is accused by a woman of claiming that the American singer and songwriter sexually assaulted her in 1965 at the age of 12.
His lawsuit alleges that the singer “used his position as an artist to supply him with alcohol and drugs and to sexually abuse him” several times, and to use threats of physical abuse.
It says the abuse happened in Dylan’s apartment at the Chelsea Hotel in New York.
Spokesman Dylan told the BBC “the 56-year-old’s claim is untrue and will be vigorously defended”.
The plaintiff, now 68 and living in the state of Connecticut, is identified only by the initials JC.
He said the abuse took place over a period of six weeks between April and May 1965.
From the end of April to May 10, the singer was in the UK on a tour recorded in the film Don’t Look Back. According to Clinton Heylin’s chronology in the sequence of Dylan’s A Life in Stolen Moments, he was then in the UK, France and Portugal until the beginning of June.
The 80-year-old Nobel laureate singer is accused of assault, battery charging, false binding and emotional trauma.
The plaintiff alleged that he had caused “serious psychological damage and emotional trauma”, and wanted unspecified charges and a judge’s trial.
According to JC, the star is committing “acts of robbery, sexual and illegal”, which is alleged to have been “deliberately committed against her without her consent”.
He said he suffered “mentally, emotionally, degraded, humiliated and economically deprived”.
Official documents filed Friday in the New York Supreme Court under the state children’s law. The complaint was filed a day before the temporary closure of a legal “back window” in New York, allowing for the filing of historical allegations of harassment.
Dylan – born Robert Allen Zimmerman – has sold more than 125 million albums worldwide during his 60-year career. His most popular songs include Blowin ‘In The Wind and The Times They are a Changin’.
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In 2016, a Grammy and Oscar winner was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. He was also awarded the 2012 Presidential Freedom Award by then-President Barack Obama.
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