"In 1973 I was a 14-year-old virgin and brought and introduced to Warren Beatty on the set of The Parallax View for the purposes of sexual pandering by an adult," accuser Kristina Hirsch explained in a resurfaced video, in which she went by the name Tina St. Clair and claimed to be an ordained minister.
Added Hirsch, "I was unaware of this and from the spring of 1973 until the following January of 1974, carried on a relationship that I thought was something that was special."
"It was a crime that Beatty was committing by raping me, forcing me to have oral sex upon him, having oral sex with me, sodomizing me and emotionally damaging me for the past 44 years," she continued of the alleged illegal acts.
"I wish to make a public statement about this," she continued, referencing CNN reporter Anderson Cooper by name, hoping to share her shocking story with the world. "Our time is God's time and our patience is a virtue. By the grace of God, we ask all predators, pedophiles and all of those who are not well please to repent and seek counsel."
As OK! previously reported, Hirsch filed the court papers against Beatty on Monday, November 7, claiming the much older actor had invited her into his hotel room, given her his phone number and finally "used his position and status as an adult and a Hollywood movie star to coerce sexual contact with Plaintiff on multiple occasions."
Although Beatty is not specifically named in the lawsuit, it is clear who the court filing is against, as it describes him as a man who had "acted in television and several Hollywood films, including portraying Clyde in ‘Bonnie and Clyde,’ a major box-office success that earned DEFENDANT DOE an Academy Award for Best Actor."