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Jonah Hill denies Alexa Nikolas' claims he assaulted her when she was 16

Jonah Hill denies Alexa Nikolas' claims he assaulted her when she was 16

The 21 Jump Street actor is facing serious allegations after Alexa Nikolas made the claims in a lengthy Twitter post.

Trigger warning: this article contains descriptions of an alleged assault

Actor Alexa Nikolas has accused Jonah Hill of assaulting her when she was 16 years old.

The former Zoey 101 star made the accusations on Twitter on Sunday (July 9), claiming that the incident happened at an A-list house party.

However, legal representatives for Hill have said that the claim Is a ‘complete fabrication’, and said that the incident ‘never happened’.

The actor was named in a series of tweets by Nikolas.
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In the series of tweets, Nikolas describes the alleged incident which she claims happened at a house party in Miami.

According to the Nickelodeon actor, Hill pushed her against a door after she asked him for a cigarette.

She wrote: “#JonahHill didn’t hand me the cig which I thought was weird and then as we walked back to the door I asked him for it and he said nothing but slammed me to the door and shoved his tongue down my throat.”

The tweet continued: “I was so appalled I pushed him off of me and ran inside.”

In a later part of the thread, she claims that the actor knew Nikolas was 16, with her writing: “Just to note #JonahHill said if I wanted the cig I had to come with him outside to get it. He didn’t wanna go “all alone”. They were all aware I was 16.”

She added: “I’ve been traumatized by men in hollywood. It’s truly sad the traumatic events I have lodged in my body and mind. Things have to change.”

Nikolas claims the incident happened when she was 16.

In response to the allegations, Hill’s legal representative, Marty Singer, claimed that the incident was a ‘complete fabrication’ adding that it ‘never happened’.

Singer went on to call Nikolas a ‘demonstrably unreliable’ source, adding that she was ‘a serial accuser who has made assorted accusations against multiple men in the entertainment industry’.

Prior to the allegations, Nikolas founded Eat Predators – a group that targets alleged sexual assault predators.

UNILAD has contact representatives for Hill and Nikolas.

If you have been affected by any of the issues in this article and wish to speak to someone in confidence, UK readers can contact The Survivor’s Trust for free on 08088 010 818, or through their website

Meanwhile, US readers can contact RAINN via its helpline on 800 656 HOPE (4673) or its online chat, available 24/7 seven days a week.

Featured Image Credit: Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic / Instagram/matchthesource

Topics: Film and TV, Celebrity, US News, Jonah Hill