LAPD opens exploration of Steven Seagal after intimate harassment claims BY SAEED NASIR

Steven Seagal is being investigated by the LA Police Department following multiple allegations of erotic harassment.

“We’ve an open analysis,” LAPD police officer Norma Eisenman affirmed to USA TODAY past due Friday. No other details were immediately available.

Jenny McCarthy and Portia de Rossi are among those people who have come ahead with reports of how the action-star Seagal harassed them.

McCarthy promises the acting professional and designer pressed her to undress throughout a 1995 audition for Under Siege 2. McCarthy recalled him declaring, “You understand, this part has nudity in it, and I can’t really tell what your body looks like in that dress you’re using.'”

 

McCarthy said she told the professional that her agent got insisted there is no nudity in the job, to which she says Seagal responded that “there exists off-camera nudity,” and asked her to lower her dress so he could see her breasts.

McCarthy says she walked from the audition, but says Seagal followed her and warned her never to notify anyone, “or else.”

 

De Rossi has said Seagal unzipped his shorts during a private office audition and Julianna Margulies has said that she experienced a similar event with Seagal when she was 23.

“He explained how important it was to have chemistry off-screen as he sat me down and unzipped his leather shorts,” de Rossi composed on Tweets. “I ran away and called my agent.”

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The agent was “unfazed,” said de Rossi. “She replied, ‘Well, I didn’t know if he was your type.’ ”

A rep for Seagal didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.