According to Sylvester Stallone's ex-wife, Brigitte Nielsen, the sexual assault allegations made against Stallone in 1986 were completely fabricated. Last Thursday, the allegations made headlines everywhere after The Daily Mail published an article about a police report detailing a teenage girl's account of a sexual encounter with Stallone and his bodyguard. In the report, the girl alleges that she was "intimidated" into a threesome with both men.
According to the report, an unidentified 16-year-old girl told police that the incident occurred at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas while Stallone was filming Over the Top in the summer of 1986. The girl claims to have been invited up to Stallone's room for sex, but resisted after Stallone, who was 40 at the time, instigated a threesome by inviting his now-deceased bodyguard, Michael De Luca, into the bedroom. She alleges that she was forced into giving both men oral sex. Stallone allegedly threatened to "bash her head in" if she took the matter to the authorities. Deciding to remain anonymous, the girl said she was too "humiliated and ashamed" to press charges.
Brigitte Nielsen told TMZ that the allegations made in the police report are a lie. The 54-year-old actress and model was married to Stallone at the time that the Rocky actor was filming Over the Top in 1986. Nielsen says the incident couldn't have occurred because she and Stallone were "inseparable" at the time. She recalls watching him film his scenes and then having dinner with him in his suite, and that there was no one with him but her.
During the summer of 1986 we were newlyweds. I was inseparable with Sylvester when 'Over the Top' was being shot in Las Vegas. The story claims that at approximately 8:30 in the evening during the shoot of the movie the person claims she was in our suite at the Hilton Hotel.
Nielsen also refutes the alleged victim's claim that Nielsen introduced her to Stallone. Nielsen says that the only people she introduced to Stallone were her relatives who visited her on set. Nielsen adds that it's "unbelievable that Sylvester and his family have to suffer through this over something that never happened."
A representative for Stallone denied the allegations, calling them "ridiculous" and "categorically false." The representative claims that Stallone had no knowledge of the story until it was published by The Daily Mail.
The Las Vegas police has no record of the police report.