Allegations surfaced Thursday that actor Sylvester Stallone and his bodyguard basically “ran a train” on a 16-year old girl. The girl said she met Stallone at a hotel in Las Vegas in 1986. Stallone was in town shooting the movie “Over The Top.” Stallone was introduced to the girl by one of his young co-stars in the movie. The girl said she ran into Stallone’s bodyguard, Michael De Luca in the hotel lobby the next day. The girl was staying at the hotel with friends of her families’. De Luca asked the girl if she was attracted to Stallone. She replied “yes.” De Luca then gave the girl the key to Stallone’s hotel room and told her to meet Stallone up there as soon as possible. The girl said she went to the room later that night and had sex with Stallone. When her and Stallone were done, he allegedly invited De Luca into the room and told her to give him a blow job. Then both men had sex with the girl. Stallone was 40-years old at the time. The girl went to police afterward, but didn’t want to press charges. She told police that she was fine with having sex with Stallone, but she was forced to have sex with the bodyguard, and both together. She also said Stallone and De Luca, who was killed by police in 2013 in a standoff, threatened her with bodily harm if she ever told anyone about the incident. The girl never pressed charges, and Stallone was never contacted by police about any charges pending, but Las Vegas police kept a record of the incident on file. A copy of the report was obtained by the Daily Mail (@dailymail), and that was how this story came about. Stallone now 72-years old, denied the allegations this afternoon.
“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 regarding this matter.”
Stallone’s spokesperson Michelle Bega said in a statement. “It never happened.” Stallone added through his publicist.