Update - 11/7/17 11:49 a.m.: Ed Westwick posted to Twitter on Tuesday morning to comment on allegations that he raped actress Kristina Cohen, who he said he has never met.

“I do not know this woman,” Westwick posted to Twitter on Tuesday. “I have never forced myself in any manner, on any woman. I certainly have never committed rape.”

Original Story:

Actress Kristina Cohen accused Ed Westwick, who’s most known for his role on “Gossip Girl,” of rape, in a Facebook post on Monday detailing the alleged account.

Since the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal broke, more and more female, and male, celebrities have been coming forward with their own stories of sexual assault. Cohen, who said the recent flood of stories has been “triggering,” struggled with whether or not she should speak up about her own story, but decided this week that it was her time to share her own experience.

The Los Angeles native said in her Facebook post that the alleged sexual assault happened three years ago at Westwick’s apartment. The actress was dating one of Westwick’s friends, a producer, at the time.

“It was this producer who brought me up to Ed’s house where I met Ed for the first time,” she wrote. “I wanted to leave when Ed suggested ‘we should all [expletive].’ But the producer didn’t want to make Ed feel awkward by leaving. Ed insisted we stay for dinner. I said I was tired and wanted to leave, trying to get out of what was already an uncomfortable situation. Ed suggested I nap in the guest bedroom.”

The 27-year-old actress, who had a role in 2014’s music-dramedy “The Amateur” and starred in her own web series “Ladies Like Us,” and its spinoff from 2013 to 2017, said she did end up going to take that nap to try to get out of the situation until it was time to leave and she was able to fall asleep, until she was woken up.

“I was woken up abruptly by Ed on top of me, his fingers entering my body,” Cohen wrote. “I told him to stop, but he was strong. I fought him off as hard as I could but he grabbed my face in his hands, shaking me, telling me he wanted to [expletive] me. I was paralyzed, terrified. I couldn’t speak, I could no longer move. He held me down and raped me. It was a nightmare, and the days following weren’t any better.”

After she told her producer boyfriend about what happened, she said he just blamed her, saying she “was an active participant” and that she couldn’t tell anyone because Westwick would destroy her acting career.

“I hope my coming forward will help others to know that they are not alone, that they are not to blame, and it is not their fault,” she ended her post. “Just as the other women and men coming forward have helped me to realize the same.”

Representatives for Westwick did not immediately respond to International Business Times’ request for comment.