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‘Southern Charm’ Alum J.D. Madison Accused of Rape and Sexual Assault by a South Carolina Woman

Updated On 02 Sep, 2018 Published On

'Southern Charm' alum John David “J.D.” Madison is accused of sexual assault nearly four months after his former co-star Thomas Ravenel faced similar allegations.

According to E! News' Saturday's reports, in August, a South Carolina woman filed a police report in which she claimed the reality star raped, assaulted and drugged her against her will.

The Mount Pleasant Police Department has confirmed to media that there is an incident against J.D., but has not given more details about it.

As per the report, the victim told police that on the evening of August 21, 2017, she and other friends were drinking and hanging out with the television personality, 44, when he and his friend “slipped a drug” into her drink after she went to clean up a glass the actor allegedly broke on purpose.

The Bravo star, the woman and others were enjoying the drinks at her house before they went to a local bar. The victim further claimed that she woke up in a guest bedroom on August 22 morning, at which time she claims she was forcibly raped and sodomized.

This comes just a couple of days after a French actor Gérard Depardieu was accused of rape and sexual assault by a woman of age 22. However, his attorney Herve Temime told BFM TV that his client “absolutely denies any rape, any sexual assault, any crime.”

Additionally, in early May, J.D.'s former Southern Charm co-star Thomas Ravenel was accused of sexually assaulting Debbie Holloway Perkins after meeting on Tinder.

At the time, her daughter, Ashley Perkins, claimed that the assault occurred in December 2015, adding that her mother settled with Thomas during mediation in June 2016.

In the same month, Thomas faced sexual assault allegations again by two different women, among who one had been working as his nanny; the alleged incident occurred in January 2015.

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