Three more women have come forward accusing Chris D'Elia of sexual misconduct, claiming the comedian exposed himself and masturbated in front of one of them on separate occasions without their consent.
In a report published by CNN on Wednesday, actress Megan Drust claimed D'Elia, 40, pleasured himself in her car after asking for a ride home from a restaurant in 2011.
Drust, who was 26 at the time, said she had considered D'Elia an 'acquaintance' and agreed to give him a lift after having dinner in West Hollywood with a mutual friend.
But things took a troubling turn once the pair entered her car, Drust said, as she recalled seeing D'Elia lean against the door and look at her in a 'really weird way' while trying to make 'flirty small talk.'
'I was very confused because it just didn't fit the moment,' Drust told the news station.
Actress Megan Drust has claimed comedian Chris D'Elia, 40, pleasured himself in her car after asking for a ride home from a restaurant in 2011
'Then he took down his zipper and asked me to touch him and I said: "What are you doing? No." And because I wouldn't touch him, he started to masturbate. I couldn't believe it.'
Startled and disturbed, Drust said she then exited the car and stood out on the street.
'I remember saying, "You're defiling my car." I didn't want to make him mad or upset because you're in survival mode, you know?,' she said.
She claimed D'Elia then 'climaxed in his pants' before zipping them back up and getting out of the car, but continued to make her feel 'uneasy.'
Drust said she then got back in her car and cried on her way home.
CNN reports Drust had shared details of the encounter with two friends, who corroborated her claims.
In a statement to the news station, D'Elia's attorney Andrew Brettler denied the allegations saying the comedian 'emphatically states that he has never engaged in any sexual conduct with any woman without her consent.'
D'Elia has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women
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A second woman, who did not want to be named, also told the news station D'Elia had allegedly exposed himself to her while she was working as a manager at the Kimpton Schofield Hotel in Cleveland, where he stayed in March 2018.
The woman, who was 24 at the time, claimed D'Elia had lodged complaint with the overnight desk at the time because his air conditioner wasn't working.
When she knocked on his door to try to resolve the issue, D'Elia answered the door 'completely naked', she claimed.
'I was surprised, and I was annoyed that I just came all the way up just so he could expose himself to me,' she told CNN.
The woman said she then turned around and left without saying anything.
In a separate incident in 2015, Laura Vitarelli, who first spoke to the LA Times when allegations against D'Elia first emerged in June, claimed the actor had exposed himself to her and a friend after inviting them to a 'party' after one of his shows in West Nyack, New York 2015.
'He gave us the address and we went,' Vitarelli said. 'It turned out to be his hotel.'
Vitarelli, who was 19, said she grew nervous after D'Elia offered to make them drinks and she realized there was 'no sign of a party at all'.
She claimed he then sat down between them on the couch and 'started groping us', - prompting them to come up with an excuse to leave.
In June, another woman Coleen Riley shared this