Dustin Hoffman
Did Dustin Hoffman grope and sexually abuse Broadway star, Kathryn Rossetter, in 1983? Pictured: Hoffman attends the 2017 Governors Awards, on Nov. 11, 2017, in Hollywood, California. VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images

A new Dustin Hoffman accuser just came forward with her own story of sexual harassment and abuse by the actor.

Broadway star Kathryn Rossetter revealed several details about the incident during a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Rossetter claimed that Hoffman groped and sexually harassed her during the production of “Death of a Salesman.”

Hoffman and Rossetter played the roles of a married couple in the show. Everything started well for the co-stars until Hoffman invited Rossetter to go to his hotel room. While there, the actor asked for a back rub, and that started a series of sexual advances by Hoffman.

At one point, the actor grabbed her breasts and groped the inside of her thighs. Unfortunately, Rossetter wasn’t able to complain about the incident right then and there because they were using a live microphone.

“He kept it up and got more aggressive. One night he actually started to stick his fingers inside me. Night after night I went home and cried. I withdrew and got depressed and did not have good interpersonal relationships with the cast,” she wrote.

Following Rossetter’s tell-all story, a rep for Hoffman revealed that their team reached out to the cast and crew of “Death of a Salesman.” However, no one witnessed the behavior that was described by the actress.

Production stage manager Tom Kelly said that Rossetter’s story just didn’t ring true. “Given my position, it’s insulting to say this kind of activity would go on to the extent of sexual violation,” he said (via Entertainment Weekly).

Last month, Anna Graham Hunter, also accused Hoffman of groping her and making inappropriate remarks on the set of the TV film, “Death of a Salesman.” Wendy Riss Gatsiounis also told Variety that Hoffman did inappropriate things to her in 1991.

Following the recent accusations, Hoffman released a statement to address Hunter’s complaints, but not Gatsiounis’.

“I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything that I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation. I am sorry. It is not reflective of who I am,” he said.