Sylvester Stallone Denies Allegation He Sexually Assaulting 16-Year-Old Girl in 1986

Posted 2017/11/1810

Sylvester Stallone has responded to the accusations that he and his bodyguard forced a 16-year old girl to have a threesome in 1968 and then threatened to “beat her head in” if she spoke up about it.

The allegations reportedly took place in 1986 during the production of the cult classic armwrestling movie Over the Top, according to a Las Vegas police report that the Daily Mail obtained earlier today. The 16-year-old says she was staying with her family for a trip in Vegas at the time, and admitted to Mike De Luca that if Stallone made a pass at her she would make a pass back. She was then given keys to his hotel room on the 27th floor. She allegedly fooled around with Stallone but they “really didn’t have sex” because she was apparently “very tight.” The teen said that later she was forced to perform oral sex on and have intercourse with bodyguard Mike De Luca.

After the incident, the teenager claimed to have been threatened by Sylvester Stallone and Mike De Luca who allegedly said, “they would beat her head in” if she told anyone. According to the police report, she told police that she did not want to press charges against the two as she was “humiliated and ashamed,” as well as being “scared.” Police spoke to the teenager after a hotel employee called them to report that a friend of the victim said she needed advice on the matter.

Following the release of the report, Sylvester Stallone’s representative Michelle Bega has come out to deny the claims, stating the following:

This is a ridiculous, categorically false story. No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by authorities or anyone else regarding this matter.

Laura Meltzer, a spokeswoman for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, said their records did not go back far enough to be able to confirm the authenticity of the police report cited by the Mail. She said the formatting of the report was consistent with the department’s procedures. The Mail said that a former head of the Las Vegas Police department’s sexual assault unit confirmed the document was genuine.