ACTOR CHRIS D'ELIA FORCED TEEN TO SEND NUDE PICS, HAVE SEX, LAWSUIT CLAIMS. READ THE DETAILS HERE.

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Mar. 5 2021, Published 10:35 a.m. ET

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Comedian Chris D’Elia “constructed a manipulative, controlling and abusive” with an underage teen and coerced her into sending nude photos of herself and the two had sex while she was 17-years-old, according to a lawsuit. 

The scandalous details are laid out in the filing this week by a “Jane Doe” in a California federal court. D’Elia is a stand-up comedian and actor on various television shows

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Jane Doe claims they first met in 2014, when she was 17 years old and D’Elia was 34 years old, according to the lawsuit. The teen stated she sent a video to the actor over social media and he immediately responded. He then asked her to come to a show and provided his Snapchat information. 

D’Elia continued to ask the teen for photos and wanted a picture of her undressed, according to the suit. The victim ignored the requests, but D’Elia continued to ask. The two spoke every day for a month. 

The teen eventually sent the actor five to 10 photos before they met in person, according to the suit.  

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D’Elia continued to press the victim to meet in person, the filing states. The teen initially said she couldn’t make a show, but he “guilted” her into attending, the suit claims. The teen and two friends went to a show in Connecticut and D’Elia told her to meet him before the act so they could “hang out.”  D’Elia asked the teen to come to his hotel room. 

“Ms. Doe was very nervous about going to Defendant D’Elia’s hotel room, especially because he was so vague about which room he was in, so she brought one of her friends with her,” the filing states.

When they arrived, D’Elia said the friend had to leave, which she did.

D’Elia then allowed the victim into the room, where he made her touch his genitals and have sex, according to the filing. The teen claims she told the actor several times that she was 17-years-old. 

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When the encounter was over, D’Elia told the teen that she had to come back to his hotel room after the show. When she returned, he told her to give him oral sex. The victim complied and the two had sex again, the filing claims.  

 “At the end of the night, Ms. Doe left Defendant D’Elia’s hotel room feeling disgusting and defeated,” according to the lawsuit 

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D’Elia then “unfriended” the victim the next day, but they spoke via text message. Over the next several months, the actor requested nude photos and video and the victim sent more than 100, the lawsuit states. 

“Defendant D’Elia told Ms. Doe not to have sex with anyone else because he wanted her to have sex with him only,” the filing states. 

Eventually, the victim started a relationship with a peer and stopped talking to D’Elia. She eventually added him back on social media and as a friend on Facebook, the suit states. She then blocked him for good in 2017. 

The last communication Ms. Doe had with D’Elia was in 2019. After she saw him in the second season of “You” on Netflix, she sent him a final email saying she had been too young for what he had done to her and that she would never be in touch with him again, the suit states. 

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D’Elia’s reps provided a statement when the allegations first were made. 

“I know I have said and done things that might have offended people during my career, but I have never knowingly pursued any underage women at any point,” he said, according to Deadline. “All of my relationships have been both legal and consensual and I have never met or exchanged any inappropriate photos with the people who have tweeted about me. That being said, I really am truly sorry. I was a dumb guy who ABSOLUTELY let myself get caught up in my lifestyle. That’s MY fault. I own it. I’ve been reflecting on this for some time now and I promise I will continue to do better.” 

D’Elia also released a video on Feb. 19, where he told his followers, “I know it looks bad” but then said “it doesn’t show the full scope of what happened,” according to the Jane Doe lawsuit. 

Doe seeks an unspecified amount of money in the lawsuit. 

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