'Gossip Girl' Star Ed Westwick Was Just Accused Of Sexual Assault By ANOTHER Woman

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"People like me don't write books. We're written about."

Chuck Bass may have delivered this line during the season five premiere of Gossip Girl, but it's the man who portrayed the New York City socialite who's making all the headlines right now — and for a pretty disturbing reason.

People reports that actor Ed Westwick, 30, has just been accused of sexual assault for the second time this week. 

@edwestwick on Instagram and Aurélie Wynn on Facebook

In a graphic Facebook post published Thursday morning, former actress Aurélie Wynn claims that Westwick assaulted her at a vacation rental home in July 2014.

"I said no and he pushed me face down and was powerless under his weight," Wynn revealed. "I was wearing a one piece bathing suit that he ripped, I was in complete shock, I am also very tiny. ... I told the guy I was seeing that I got raped, [Glee actor Mark Salling, who recently pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography], and when he found out by who he pretended not to know him, then blamed me for it and broke it off with me. 

"My other friends and people around me told me it was best not to say anything," she continued, "to not be 'that girl' and that no one would believe me and think I was just out trying to get my 10 seconds of fame."

Wynn said she was inspired to go public with her allegations this week to "reinforce" the claims of actress Kristina Cohen, who had accused Westwick of raping her three years ago in a Facebook post of her own on Monday.

"I was woken up abruptly by Ed on top of me, his fingers entering my body," Cohen wrote. "I told him to stop, but he was strong. I fought him off as hard as I could but he grabbed my face in his hands, shaking me, telling me he wanted to f*ck me. I was paralyzed, terrified. I couldn’t speak, I could no longer move. He held me down and raped me. ... It was a nightmare."

"I hope my coming forward will help others to know that they are not alone, that they are not to blame, and it is not their fault," she added. "Just as the other women and men coming forward have helped me to realize the same. I hope that my stories and the stories of others help to reset and realign the toxic environments and power imbalances that have created these monsters."

Westwick has since denied both women's allegations in a pair of notes posted on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

"It is disheartening and sad to me ... [that] there are some in this environment who could ever conclude I had anything to do with such vile and horrific conduct," he wrote Thursday, adding that he is "cooperating with authorities so that they can clear my name as soon as possible."

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