Warren Beatty accused of sex crimes against 15-year-old woman
Actor Warren Beatty, 85, the main character of the movie “Love Affair,” has been accused of sexual assault.
Paige Six reported on the 9th (local time) that Christina Charlotte Hirsch, a Louisiana resident, sued Warren, claiming she met Warren in 1973 when she was a minor and forced to have sex.
Hirsch claimed that Warren Beatty repeatedly evaluated her appearance and even gave her phone number. According to Hirsch, Warren called him several times to pick him up by car and invited him to the hotel to help him with his homework. At the time, Hershey was 15, and Warren was 35.
“I used my status as an adult and a Hollywood actor to force sexual contact several times, including oral sexual intercourse, similar sexual intercourse, and forced sexual intercourse,” Hirsch accused Warren. Hershey asked for a jury trial in the case and sought damages for psychological and mental distress from Warren Beatty.
Page Six said Warren has not expressed any position.
Warren Beatty, born in 1937, debuted in 1956 and has appeared in numerous Hollywood films. Representative works include “Bonnie and Clyde,” “The Light of the Meadow,” “McCave and Mrs. Miller,” “Love Affair,” and “Bulworth.”
Warren has gained notoriety throughout her career as Hollywood’s leading flirtatious actor. After he married actor Annette Banning, who co-starred in the movie “Love Affair,” he settled down and had two sons and two daughters.