The man who alleges George Takei drugged and tried to take advantage of him sexually nearly four decades ago says he stands firmly behind his story after an article in the Observer cast him as walking back some of his claims. A representative for Takei referred a BuzzFeed News inquiry to the actor's comments on social media, where he tweeted a link to the Observer story Friday along with a message to the public. As many of you know, this has been a very difficult period for myself and my husband Brad as we have dealt with the impact of these accusations, but we are happy to see that this nightmare is finally drawing to a close.
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Brunton or any of the events he described from forty years ago, but I do understand that this was part of a very important national conversation that we as a society must have, painful as it might be. Brunton any ill will, and I wish him peace. According to Brunton, the so-called skirt Snow points out in his article were reflections of what various news organizations chose to print, drugged what he told them.
Brunton says that in the summer of in Los Angeles, he had just gone through a bad breakup when Takei, then negro anal sexs and well-known for his role as Lt.
Hikaru Sulu on Star Trekoffered to take him out on the town to cheer him up. But by the second drink, Brunton said he felt like he was going to pass out.
The next thing he said he remembers is waking up on a beanbag chair, his pants down around his ankles, and Takei on top of him skirt his hand down his underwear. Brunton said he then pushed Takei off and asked what he was doing, to which the actor said he was just trying to make him comfortable.
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