Ahead of the release of Asia Argento’s autobiography “Anatomy of a Wild Heart,” the Italian-born actress accused “Fast and Furious” director Rob Cohen of sexual assault.

In an interview with Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera Argento opened up about the alleged incident. While filming the 2002 film “xXx,” Argento claimed Cohen gave her GHB, which is also known as a date rape drug.

“It’s the first time I’m talking about Cohen,” Argento told the publication. “He abused me, making me drink GHB, he had a bottle of it.”

Argento admitted she wasn’t aware the drug was a sedative and would cause her to lose consciousness. “At the time, I really didn’t know what it was. I woke up in the morning naked in his bed,” she said.

Argento claimed she chose to share her story about Cohen to help other women who may come across the same problem.

“The purest thing about this MeToo is that one woman recognizes herself in the other. If one keeps a bottle of GHB, he will surely have given it to others as well,” she said.

Cohen, 71, denied Argento's allegations and pointed out the actress’ past legal troubles.

“Mr. Cohen categorically denies Asia Argento’s accusation of assault against him as absolutely false,” a rep for the star said in a statement.

“When they worked together, they had an excellent working relationship and Mr. Cohen considered her a friend, so this claim dating back to 2002 is bewildering, especially given what has been reported about her in recent years.”

In 2018, Argento was accused by actor Jimmy Bennett of sexual assault. The allegations came after she became one of the early accusers who exposed film producer Harvey Weinstein’s past of sexual abuse and harassment, The Wrap noted.

Argento, 45, was married to author and chef Anthony Bourdain, who died in 2018.

Argento’s book “Anatomy of a Wild Heart” will be released Tuesday in Italy.

Asia Argento Was Accused Of Sexual Assault
Asia Argento was accused of sexual assault by her former co-star. In this image, Argento speaking at the 71st Cannes Film Festival closing ceremony in France, May 19, 2018. Reuters/Eric Gaillard