Quick And Livid star Vin Diesel has been accused of sexual battery by his former assistant whereas working for him in 2010.
Astra Jonasson alleges the actor pressured himself on her in a resort suite in Atlanta, whereas the pair have been engaged on Quick 5.
Her lawsuit claims she tried to flee the room after Diesel pressured her onto his mattress, however the actor groped her and carried out a intercourse act on himself.
She alleges she was fired from her job simply hours later – and felt like she was a “piece of trash” together with her shallowness “demolished”.
Diesel’s representatives haven’t but responded to requests for remark.
“It was clear to her that she was being fired as a result of she was not helpful – Vin Diesel had used her to fulfil his sexual needs and he or she had resisted his sexual assaults,” the lawsuit claims.
Ms Jonasson alleges the incident occurred after Diesel had spent an evening entertaining a number of girls in his resort suite.
“Vin Diesel ignored Ms Jonasson’s clear statements of non-consent to his sexual assaults,” the lawsuit reads.
Ms Jonasson remained silent for years “afraid to talk out in opposition to one of many world’s highest-grossing actors, afraid she could be ostracised from the business”, her attorneys declare.
“Sexual harassment within the office won’t ever cease if highly effective males are shielded from accountability,” Ms Jonasson’s lawyer, Claire-Lise Kutlay, stated in an announcement.
“We hope her brave determination to return ahead helps create lasting change and empowers different survivors.”
Ms Jonasson is suing Diesel and his firm for making a hostile work atmosphere, negligent supervision and wrongful termination, amongst her different claims.
She is certainly one of many ladies to accuse distinguished figures within the leisure business of sexual misconduct because the #MeToo motion started in 2017, following revelations round disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Diesel has starred as Dominic Toretto because the Quick And Livid franchise’s first movie in 2001.
The flicks have develop into enormous money-spinners on the home and worldwide field workplace, with the previous two movies every making greater than $1bn (£788m).
The franchise’s tenth instalment, Quick X, which options Diesel, opened with $67.5m (£53.2m) in ticket gross sales earlier this yr.