Sylvester Stallone
Actor Sylvester Stallone waves at the premiere of "The Promise" in Los Angeles, California, U.S., April 12, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Reuters

A police report from 1986 accused Rocky star Sylvester Stallone of sexually abusing a 16-year-old fan in Las Vegas along with complete details of the incident. The young woman did not press any charge as she felt "humiliated and ashamed", hence no action was taken against the star, states the police report. Sylvester Stallone however, denies such allegations.

However, on November 17, the actor's spokesman Michelle Bega completely denied the allegation terming it as "categorically false", reports BBC. Bega stated the accusation as "ridiculous".

"No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone," said Bega.

After Harvey Weinstein, Louis CK, Steven Seagal, Kevin Spacey and others the Rambo star was in for a big surprise when he was accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old in a Las Vegas hotel room.

Apparently, the actor's bodyguard was also involved in the incident, reports the police complaint. The victim was "distraught and frightened" after the incident and was not sure what to do and how to act.

Post such allegations against the action star, Twitterati failed to keep calm and was on a roll with their hilarious tweets on Stallone. Check out how Twitter was spammed with #SylvesterStallone.

According to the report, the girl alleged that she met the star in July 1986 at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel and got an autograph from the then 40-year-old actor. She stated that Stallone's bodyguard gave her the keys to the hotel room where she was misused by the two men. She claims that she was intimidated to be a part of it. Apparently, Stallone threatened the girl to smash her head if she reveals anything outside since both were married.

Retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department detective sergeant John Samolovitch asserted that "the copy of the police report is, in fact, a true copy of the original report," reports Mail Online.