“The Fast and the Furious” director Rob Cohen has been accused of sexual assault.

According to Huffington Post, an anonymous woman has claimed that the director assaulted her while she was unconscious. The alleged victim, who is called Jane in the report to protect her anonymity, shared that the incident happened in 2015 after a business meeting.

The woman alleged that Cohen invited her for a business meeting in Manhattan to discuss a collaboration on a TV pilot. After having a considerable amount of alcohol, she lost consciousness and woke up naked in his hotel room while the director was assaulting her.

The report also claimed that Jane was feeling “fuzzy” after her dinner with Cohen but still accompanied him to a bar because she “was really excited about the career opportunity.”

After gaining consciousness, the woman got out of her bed and threw up in the bathroom. But as soon as she returned to the room, Cohen tried to sexually assault her again.

The publication also noted that the woman immediately sought treatment after the horrifying incident. Additionally, two people close to Jane reportedly confirmed that they knew about the assault immediately after it happened.

The accusations spread like wildfire on social media and netizens started to call out the director for his disgraceful behavior towards women.

The 70-year-old director denied all the accusations that have been made against him. Releasing a 13-page letter to the publication, Cohen’s lawyer shared that the proposed story is an “outrageous defamatory hit piece” which makes extraordinary offensive assertions that his client was involved in heinous sexual misconduct.

Citing the “Me Too” movement, he also shared that this story is nothing but an effort to feed the “Me Too” media with an indelicate story.

This is not the first time Cohen has been accused of sexual assault and molestation. Earlier this year, “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” director faced similar charges from his daughter Valkyrie Weather who accused him of molesting her during her childhood days.

She also accused him of taking her to visit sex workers in overseas shooting locations, like Thailand and the Czech Republic, when she was a teen.

Director Rob Cohen arrives at the Paris Las Vegas hotel during ShoWest, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, March 17, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Reuters