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Jamie Foxx is facing a lawsuit from a woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her at a rooftop bar in August 2015. The lawsuit, filed in New York Supreme Court just before the expiration date for the New York Survivors Act, claims that Foxx fondled the woman and violated her by putting his hand down her pants. Foxx’s spokesperson denied the allegations, stating that “the alleged incident never happened” and announced Foxx’s intention to pursue a claim for malicious prosecution.

According to the lawsuit, the woman approached Foxx for a picture with her friend. While taking pictures, Foxx allegedly grabbed the woman’s phone, made suggestive comments, and later took her to the back of the rooftop. There, he allegedly touched her inappropriately, including rubbing her breasts and putting his fingers on and in her vagina and anus. The lawsuit also claims that a security guard witnessed the incident but walked away.

The lawsuit names Catch NYC & Roof, Catch NYC Inc., Catch Hospitality Group, and Mark Birnbaum, the owner of Catch, as defendants. The suit alleges negligence on the part of Catch NYC and Birnbaum for failing to protect their clientele, claiming they had knowledge of Foxx’s aggressive behavior towards females and potential for unwanted sexual touching.

The woman, seeking unspecified damages, alleges that the incident caused her severe emotional distress, anxiety, humiliation, embarrassment, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other physical and emotional damages. Foxx’s spokesperson referenced a similar lawsuit filed in 2020 in Brooklyn, which was dismissed, expressing confidence that the current claims would also be dismissed, and Foxx would pursue a claim for malicious prosecution.