A.J. Calloway is facing more allegations of sexual assault.
Writer Sil Lai Abrams accused the “Extra” host of sexual assault in June. Now, two more women have come forward with allegations of assault.
The women, who have requested anonymity, shared their shocking accusations with The Daily Beast.
The West Orange Police Department confirmed one woman filed a police report on Christmas Eve, while the other woman, who goes by the pseudo name “Talia,” says she’s afraid to come forward.
I’m terrified about coming forward.
I don’t want it to affect my future, everything that I’ve worked hard for—and A.J. is someone that would try to do that.
Talia told The Daily Beast she began corresponding with Calloway on social media in 2011. After turning down several of his requests to go out with him, she said she eventually went to a party at his house after going out on a date with him, and when the guests left they began making out.
She told the Daily Beast he became more and more aggressive. “I just remember him pulling his p—s out and he began stroking himself and he kept trying to put my hand on his p—s and eventually he ejaculated on my hands,” she told The Daily Beast.
She said she wanted to “get out of there” but didn’t have a ride home. “After what happened he said, ‘I’ll take you home in the morning, I promise.’ After that, Talia said she disconnected from the mutual friends she shared with Calloway, because she didn’t “want to risk ever having to see him again.”
Warner Bros. released a statement saying they take the allegations seriously. However, there are no plans to investigate A.J. because he has a clean slate on the set of “Extra.”
“We take allegations made against our employees seriously and investigate appropriately. To date, we have not received a complaint about A.J. Calloway and his work on ‘Extra,’” as Extra spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline.
Sil Lai Abrams says she’s spoken to at least 9 women who claim they have been assaulted by A.J. Calloway – so my spidey senses are telling me this is just getting started.