"Our detectives are now in the process of reviewing the information", Sergeant Brendan Ryan of the New York City Police Department explained after the Washington Post reported that Russell Simmons will be placed under investigation following multiple rape and sexual assault allegations.
"He pushed me into his apartment and then he threw me down on the floor and literally tried to grab. take my clothes off of me".
"I told him that I would have killed him if he ever laid a f-king hand on me", Cutrone continued. A dozen women have now accused Simmons of some form of sexual misconduct ranging from rape to sexual assault and harassment. "F-k you", Cutrone told Page Six, referencing Simmons, who famously started the music label Def Jam. In his first message he stated he has "never had a sexual encounter that was not consensual or lawful", and that the accusations against him had "shocked me to my core".
Although the NYPD has reportedly opened an investigation into Simmons in light of the allegations leveled against them, most of his accusers have claimed their assaults took place decades ago - leaving no room for prosecution thanks to the statute of limitations.
Simmons, 60, denied the accusations in a statement released Wednesday, saying, "What I will not accept is responsibility for what I have not done".
Cutrone founded New York-based People's Revolution, which has an office in Los Angeles, in 1996.
Yesterday, the latest woman to come forward and share her #MeToo story is former, The Hills star, Kelly Cutrone. Cutrone has a reputation for being outspoken and straightforward, both on TV and in real life.
The Times said it confirmed the allegations through friends and associates of the women at the time the incidents occurred. I do think that women in particular are treated super harshly.
The women all spoke on the record and allowed their names to be revealed.