Ed Westwick just deleted all sexual assault denials from his social media

Here are the now-deleted comments.

By Natasha Harding
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TRIGGER WARNING: This story contains graphic discussion of rape and domestic violence.

Since November four women have accused ex-Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick of sexual assault.

Their horrific accounts include claims of imprisonment, rape and sexual torture. Westwick has actively denied the allegations, sharing comments on Instagram that maintain his innocence.

Now Westwick's case has come under official review by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office and he's gone and deleted all the sexual assault denials from his social media accounts.

"It has come to the attention of investigators that Mr. Westwick has removed denials about alleged rapes of the victims in this investigation from his social media accounts that he had posted last November," a law enforcement source tells Us Weekly.

A source close to the actor tells the publication that "It's his lawyer's policy for people to not use social media.".

Scroll down to read all of the now deleted comments.


Kristina Cohen was the first woman to come forward with allegations against Westwick, with the actress saying in November 2017 that the producer she was brought to his house by "the producer" she was dating at the time, where Westwick then raped her.

As soon as Kristina's allegations went public, Westwick posted on Instagram:

Shortly after Kristina came forward another actress by the name Aurélie Wynn shared her story.

Aurélie, who was dating Glee actor Mark Salling, recalls having her swimsuit ripped off before being raped by Westwick at his rental place in July 2014.

When Aurélie told Salling, she says he "pretended not to know him [Ed Westwick], then blamed me for it and broke it off with me."

Sure enough, Westwick shared another strong denial of the allegations made against him on Instagram:

Creative producer, Rachel Eck, was the next women to come forward, recounting to Buzzfeed that the night before the 2014 Oscars she met up with, Australian film producer Kaine Harling, her ex-boyfriend at the time and Westwick was also there.

Whenever Harling left the room, Rachel recalls Westwick would "try to kiss me or king of push me up against the wall". As the night progressed, Rachel says tried to leave but was told to stay so Westwick could apologise but, when Harling took her to the bedroom, Westwick alledgedy continued to assault her.

The final woman to come forward is Westwick's former stylist, Haley Camille Freedman.

In recently revealed court documents, Haley Camille Freedman (Ed's former stylist) has stated that she was held against her will for two whole days at the actors home in 2014, where she was repeatedly raped and abused.

The detailing in the lawsuit describe Ed Westwick as "monstrous" and an "abusive, crazed alcoholic" who invited his stylist back to his home after a night out.

According to Haley, the pair initially had consensual sex, but then Ed became "violent and aggressive," ordering his stylist to strangle, slap and spit on him.

When Haley said she didn't want to do that, Ed turned on her and "he put his hands around her neck and slapping her and strangling her against her will."

Haley isn't taking a lawsuit out against Westwick, instead suing her former business partners who she claims cut her off when she wanted to go public with her allegations against Ed.

Westwick's long-term girlfriend Jessica Serfaty has stood by him, taking to Instagram to share two telling posts, one alongside Westwick with the caption "Nobody puts baby in the corner."

And another photo which simply reads 'Bullshit' with the caption, "Nah, thanks mate. l ain't havin any of that."

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