Toy Story star Bonnie Wilson, who has been featured in films including Toy Story 3, is suing a former girlfriend, who she says abused her and her children.
The former boyfriend of the 38-year-old was arrested in August 2015 for allegedly sexually abusing her.
The statement said the suit is against “all defendants, including the defendant himself.””
It alleges the plaintiff’s daughter is the victim of a horrific sexual assault.”
The statement said the suit is against “all defendants, including the defendant himself.”
Wilson’s lawyer, Stephen A. Wylie, said the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit in 2016 against Wilson’s former boyfriend.
In the lawsuit, Wylier alleged that the woman repeatedly accused Wilson of hitting her.
She said the alleged victim, who was 18 years old at the time of the alleged assault, told her “she had not been raped and that she was not aware of what had happened to her.””
She said she was a victim of repeated and severe physical and emotional abuse from the defendant.”
She said the alleged victim, who was 18 years old at the time of the alleged assault, told her “she had not been raped and that she was not aware of what had happened to her.”
She claimed the defendant then hit her in the face with a baseball bat, and that the plaintiff cried and told the defendant to stop.
The lawsuit alleged that in December 2015, the woman “went to the defendant’s home in Los Angeles, where the defendant was staying, and left the home.”
She also said the defendant told her to “go back to where I was and that I should “get some clothes.
“The lawsuit claimed the alleged plaintiff was physically and verbally abused by the defendant.
The alleged victim alleged the defendant made her “feel like an animal,” and she had to stay in a hotel room alone, according to the lawsuit.
Wylie said in the statement that the victim’s attorney, Paul R. Shuster, was seeking “a restraining order and for her to be ordered to undergo counseling.”
The Hollywood Reporter first reported the allegations.