Actress and former reality star, Ariane Bellamar, accused Jeremy Piven of sexual assault on the 30th of October. In a series of tweets, the actress claimed her encounters were on the set of Entourage and at the Playboy Mansion as well.
In her tweet, she wrote, “Hey Jeremy Piven! Remember when you cornered me in your trailer on the #Entourage set?” Remember grabbing my boobies on the couch without asking??”
The actress claimed she tried to leave the trailer and he “grabbed her a*s” and told her they made a “beautiful couple” together. Additionally, she said Jeremy cornered her again and “fondled her” at the Playboy mansion.
— Ariane Bellamar (@ArianeBellamar) October 30, 2017
It isn’t self-evident that Bellamar is referring to the set of the hit series which ran from 2004 to 2011, or the Entourage movie which came out in 2015. Furthermore, the actress claimed Piven sent her “abusive and explicit” texts and that HBO “has (them) on tape together.”
She said, “Sprint seems to be willing to help me find those explicit text emails you sent to me.” CBS said in a statement to Us Weekly, that “they are aware of the media reports” and are currently investigating the issue.
As you may already know, Piven is presently starring in the CBS drama called Wisdom of the Crowd.
Bellamar’s accusations against the Lucky Number Slevin star come after the “#MeToo” hashtag movement on Twitter following the explosive Harvey Weinstein scandal detailing over thirty years of sexual assault and rape. Men such as Ben Affleck, James Toback, David Blaine, have been accused by women of similar crimes.