Following multiple allegations that Jeremy Piven has a long history of sexually inappropriate behavior, three more women have come forward claiming they, too, were on the receiving end of various instances of sexual misconduct by the actor.
He previously denied allegations by at least three other women.
He did take a lie detector test, for what it's worth.
One asked the website not to her name her, while the other two women are both actresses who worked with Piven, 52, at different points in his career.
The third woman says Jeremy forced himself on her and pushed her against a wall in a Montreal hotel room in 1994. "As evidenced by the lie detector test I took and passed, I have never forced myself on anyone, nor have I ever exposed myself or restrained anyone against their will".
BuzzFeed says the latest women were speaking out because of frustration over Piven's previous denials.
His legal team described the claims as "works of fiction" that were "conjured up in an opportunistic effort to capitalize on the current media storm in order to obtain attention and/or money". "I didn't want to stick around to find out what else was going to happen", she said, adding she was able to leave the room nearly immediately.
The story included a rebuttal from the actor calling the claims false. "I was like, 'No, get off me.'" McCain Olson was eventually able to push him off the couch and run out of the trailer, and chose not to tell anyone at the time because she was "just an extra" who didn't want to lose her job. Piven was staying in the city to film Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde (released 1995).
Another said she met Piven in 1996 when he was appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres sitcom "Ellen" where she was an extra.
Since the initial allegations, the beleaguered actor's show on USA network CBS, Wisdom of the Crowd, has been cancelled.