The embattled actor — currently starring in the CBS crime drama “The Wisdom of the Crowd” — went to social media after ad executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby claimed that he had “held her down” and used her sexually in his hotel room. Tiffany was showing her support after Piven denied claims by Playboy Playmate Ariane Bellamar that he had groped her at both the Playboy Mansion and on the “Entourage” set.
“Let me begin by saying that the accusations against me are absolutely false and completely fabricated,” wrote Piven. “I would never force myself on a woman. Period. I have offered to take a polygraph to support my innocence. I keep asking myself, ‘How does one prove something didn’t happen?’ ”
Sadly, Piven was hit with another claim years ago — with The ENQUIRER revealing that a woman in Chicago dropped criminal charges against the actor in 1998, but still told reporters that her experience in Piven’s hotel room was “a nightmare.”
Another woman told The ENQUIRER that she had been advised by a model about Piven: “Don’t let him get you alone!” CBS has yet to comment on the new charges made against Piven — while creepy comic Louis C.K. and “Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick have seen projects recently canceled after being accused of sexual assault.