Jamie Foxx Denies Sexual Assault Incident at New York City Restaurant, Says It 'Never Happened': Rep

In August 2015, an anonymous woman filed a lawsuit alleging sexual assault by the actor under New York's Adult Survivors Act. 

Jamie Foxx is denying allegations in a new lawsuit that he sexually assaulted a woman in a New York City restaurant in 2015. 

A spokesperson for the actor, 55, told PEOPLE in a statement on Thursday, "The alleged incident never happened." 

"This individual filed a nearly identical lawsuit in Brooklyn in 2020." "That case was quickly dismissed," they continued. "The claims are no more viable now than they were back then." We are confident that they will be fired again." 

"And once they are, Mr. Foxx intends to pursue a claim for malicious prosecution against this person and her attorneys for re-filing this frivolous action," the spokesperson went on to say. 

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On Wednesday, the complaint against Foxx was filed in New York Supreme Court. According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, the alleged victim, identified only as Jane Doe, 

According to the alleged victim, when she and a friend entered the establishment's rooftop bar and lounge, they saw Catch Hospitality Group co-founder Mark Birnbaum seated "one of the tables." 

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