Natasha Prince, a former British model has accused magician David Blaine of raping her at a private London home in 2004. According to the reports by the Daily Beast, Prince claims that Blaine raped her in Chelsea during the summer of 2004, shortly after her 21st birthday.

Prince was born on June 20, 1987, in England to a middle-class family. Her father was a businessman in Liverpool. The model who is 5’8” tall with dark brown hair and blue eyes entered the modeling world at the early age of 15. She began working full time as a model when she was 18 years old. During this time she was with agencies like Storm Models in London and then Next Model Management in London, Paris, and New York. She quit her modeling career at 24.

The Fashion Model Directory (FMD) claims that Prince graced roughly 25 magazine covers in her short career. Some of the magazines she worked for included German magazine Vogue in 2001, French magazines – Elle, Mixt(e), and Biba between 2001-2004, Italian publication Glamour in 2001, and a U.K. publication Happy in 2001. She was prominently featured in ad campaigns for Louis Vuitton, Levi’s, Lacoste, Pringle, Richmond, and Diesel Jeans.

According to the Daily Beast, the allegation by the model that she was raped by magician Blaine was reported to police on Nov. 17, 2016. However, there has been no arrest at this stage and inquiries still continue. "Officers from the Met’s Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command are investigating the allegation of rape," Scotland Yard said in a statement to the Daily Beast.

Prince said she first met Blaine at the Wellington, a posh nightclub in Knightsbridge, where he was at a private table with about 10 other people, in June or July 2004. She said that later, Blaine had invited her to a friend’s house for drinks and the alleged attack happened that night.

According to various reports, Prince developed severe social anxiety and anorexia after the alleged attack. She found herself turning to alcohol to cope up when forced into social situations.

The Daily Mail reported that Prince had four more encounters with Blaine after the alleged attack. The first was when she was back in New York. She said that he had called her. 

"I was very freaked out; he seemed to be checking up on me. He sounded very creepy and it made me feel a bit bullied," she told the Daily Mail

Prince claims that they saw each other again the following year when they were both invited to the same party. There, she claims he cornered her in a bathroom and told her, "You were really good in bed," reported the Daily Mail.

Last month the police notified Prince that they had asked Blaine, through his attorney, to come to the U.K. for an "interview under caution" where he would be provided with the particulars of the allegation.

The Daily Beast reported that Marty Singer, Blaine’s attorney, denied all allegations. "My client vehemently denies that he raped or sexually assaulted any woman, ever, and he specifically denies raping a woman in 2004," said Singer. "My client will fully cooperate with any police investigation because he has nothing to hide," he added.

Prince presently works as an art dealer in New York.