On late Friday, Star Trek actor and virtue signaling liberal icon George Takei was accused of sexually assaulting a young male actor in 1981.

Scott Brunton claimed that he had met with Takei, now 80, in a bar in Hollywood when he was 23.

“This happened a long time ago, but I have never forgotten it,” Brunton told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview. “It is one of those stories you tell with a group of people when people are recounting bizarre instances in their lives, this always comes up. I have been telling it for years, but I am suddenly very nervous telling it.”

According to Brunton, who claims to have been telling the story for years, Takei allegedly invited him to dinner, the theater, and then back to his home for drinks while Brunton was dealing with a breakup.

“He was very good at consoling me and understanding that I was upset and still in love with my boyfriend,” Brunton said. “He was a great ear. He was very good about me spilling my heart on my sleeve.”

According to Brunton’s account, he grew dizzy and “must have passed out,” waking up to his trousers around his ankles and Takei groping him. He said he pulled himself together and left after the experience.

The publication reported on Friday that it spoke to four long-standing friends of Brunton, and named them in the article. They each confirmed that Brunton had confided in them about the Takei encounter years ago.

On Saturday morning, the oft-sanctimonious and disingenuous Takei posted a series of responses on social media denying knowledge of Brunton, stating that he was “shocked and bewildered” by the allegations against him. The actor claimed that “non-consensual acts are so antithetical to my values and my practices, the very idea that someone would accuse me of this is quite personally painful.”

“The events he describes back in the 1980s simply did not occur,” Takei wrote, “and I do not know why he has claimed them now. I have wracked [sic] my brain to ask if I remember Mr Brunton, and I cannot say I do.”

However, Takei’s words are doubtful as he once bragged on the Howard Stern show about sexually assaulting men when he was asked. Takei says it “wasn’t about power” but he – like Kevin Spacey – is a famous actor. 

“Did you grab anybody by the cock against their will?” Asked Stern during a conversation about sexual assault just weeks ago. Takei refused to deny the claim, and instead explained how he needed to push some men into having sex with him because “some people are kind of skittish.” 

“Oh maybe… um… afraid and you’re trying to persuade,” he added. “What are you saying, George? You’ve never held a job over someone if they didn’t touch your cock?” replied Stern and Takei said that it was never an incident in work, adding: “no, I never did that.”

“No, it wasn’t at work,” he clarified. “It was either in my home – he came to my home.”

Stern then asked him to clarify further, suggesting that he gave a man ‘a gentle squeeze on the balls’ and Takei replied: “More than a gentle… But it didn’t involve power over the other.”

BUSTED

He says it "wasn’t about power" but he – like Spacey – was a famous actor. Totally disingenuous.

Posted by Milo Yiannopoulos on Saturday, November 11, 2017

Brunton’s allegations against Takei follow in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal and the avalanche of sexual assault and harassment allegations over prominent men in Hollywood and journalism, including Kevin Spacey and Louis C.K.

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