Bob Dylan is accused of abusing a 12-year-old girl in 1965!
The indictment also states that Dylan kept the underage girl against her will at the time.
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Famous singer Bob Dylan (80) was indicted last Friday for alleged sexual abuse of a minor girl.
The indictment alleges that back in 1965, Dylan gave alcohol and drugs to a then 12-year-old girl, identified as J.C., who is now suing him, and sexually abused her in a hotel room thanks to opiates.
J. C. states that during April and May 1965, the singer used his fame to make friends with her before abusing her, which was "accompanied by alcohol, drugs, and threats to physically abuse her."
The indictment alleges that this experience left the girl “emotionally injured and psychologically damaged to this day,” Page Six writes.
The girl says that because of everything she went through, she had to seek help and that the consequences were "impermanent and long-lasting, making it impossible for her to attend her usual activities."
It was stated that, among other things, she had to deal with depression, shame, and anxiety.
The indictment, which was filed in the Supreme Court of Manhattan, also states that Dylan held her against her will at the time, and it is not known yet how much compensation he will ask for.
By: Angelica W. - Gossip Whispers