A co-star of Hollywood actor Dustin Hoffman has accused him of a "horrific, demoralising and abusive experience" while on a 1984 Broadway production.
Kathryn Rossetter's allegation comes a month after author Anna Graham Hunter accused Hoffman of sexual misconduct.
Hoffman has not commented on the latest claims in the Hollywood Reporter.
The Reporter said Hoffman's lawyers had put it in touch with others who had worked on the set, including Hoffman's brother-in-law, Lee Gottsegen, and actors Anne McIntosh, Debra Mooney, Linda Hogan, Michael Quinlan and Andrew Bloch.
Hoffman had earlier put out a statement following Graham Hunter's allegations, saying: "I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation.
To read full article - http://v.duta.us/V7UIRgAA