Ed Westwick
Two witnesses came forward to support Kristina Cohen's rape allegations against Ed Westwick. Pictured: Westwick poses in the Winner's room at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards at The Royal Festival Hall on May 14, 2017 in London. Getty Images/Jeff Spicer

Kristina Cohen joins the long list of female celebrities who have been sexually assaulted in Hollywood.

On Monday, Cohen took to Facebook to share an incident involving Ed Westwick, accusing him of raping her. In the detailed post, Cohen claimed that the "Gossip Girl" alum forced himself on her.

On Tuesday, Cohen filed a police report at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). Deadline obtained a copy of the report, which states that the "suspect forced victim to have sexual intercourse inside his residence...three years ago." LAPD is already investigating Cohen's claims.

Two witnesses have come forward to support Cohen's rape allegations against Westwick. Her sister and a longtime friend both confessed that Cohen told them about the incident shortly after it happened.

Former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman, a friend of Cohen, told Deadline that he is aware of the incident because she told him about it the day after it occured. The two have been friends for years. They first met in 2008 and have worked on a few projects together over the years. In fact, Cohen left her car at his house before she headed to Westwick's residence in the Hollywood Hills.

"She came over to my home the following morning and told me everything," Lipman said. "She was in a state of shock. It was without a doubt a rape."

Lipman is also a victim of sexual assault. He previously came forward with a sexual harassment incident involving APA agent Tyler Grasham. As such, he understands Cohen's predicament and is very supportive of her.

"I have been very supportive of her coming forward after I came forward with my story," Lipman added. "She was a huge support for me when I was dealing with that."

Aside from Lipman, Cohen's sister, Katalina Colgate, also admitted that she was informed about it. "Very shortly after it happened, she told me that she was raped. She told me and my other sister. I was furious," Colgate told the publication.

Shortly after Cohen shared her story, Westwick denied the rape allegation. The "Wicked City" star took to Twitter to claim that he doesn't know Cohen. "I do not know this woman. I have never forced myself in any manner, or any woman. I certainly have never committed rape," Westwick wrote.