Tue. Jan 18th, 2022

Bob Dylan has been implicated of sexually abusing a 12-year-old lady in the 1960s. A claim has declared the singer-songwriter, 80, befriended the lady and offered her drink and drugs prior to sexually abusing her over 6 weeks in April and May 1965.
The child, determined in court files as JC, is now a 68-year-old resident of Connecticut and is looking for unspecified damages and a jury trial.In the suit, submitted at Manhattan Supreme Court, she implicated Dylan of attack, battery, unlawful imprisonment, and infliction of emotional distress.The suit said that Dylan, whose genuine name is Robert Allen Zimmerman, abused her at his home in New Yorks Hotel Chelsea, using drugs, alcohol, and dangers of violence.
Dylans supposed acts were described in the filing as “predatory, unlawful and sexual” abuse dedicated “purposefully by him … without her permission”.
The woman suffered “serious mental distress, humiliation, humiliation and anguish, in addition to economic losses”, the lawsuit claimed, adding that she is “emotionally scarred and mentally damaged to this day”.
Dylans representative denied the claims, informing the New York Post: “This 56-year-old claim is untrue and will be strongly protected.”Dylan became a popular voice of demonstration against the Vietnam War and in favour of the US Civil Rights motion thanks to tunes consisting of Blowin In The Wind and The Times They Are a-Changin. He has actually won Grammys, an Oscar, the Presidential Medal Of Freedom and the Nobel Prize for Literature.


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