A third woman has spoken out against Jeremy Piven and accused him of sexual misconduct

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    Tiffany Bacon Scourby is the third woman to accuse Jeremy Piven of sexual misconduct. Scourby alleged that Piven pinned her down and ejaculated on her in his hotel room in 2003. Piven has adamantly denied Scourby’s claims.

A third woman accused actor Jeremy Piven of sexual misconduct Thursday.

Tiffany Bacon Scourby told People that in 2003 Piven pinned her down and ejaculated on her in his hotel room.

Scourby said she met Piven in 2003 at a club in New York City, while she was in town from Washington D.C. for work (she works in advertising). While in the club, Piven allegedly gave Scourby his number and asked if she would be his guest when he went to tape an appearance on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” the next day.

The following day, Scourby said she met Piven where he was staying at the Trump International Hotel & Tower. They talked together on a couch in Piven’s suite for about five minutes while Piven waited for his publicist, before he jumped on top of her, according to Scourby.

“I tried to push him off and he forced me to the ground,” Scourby said.

Scourby said Piven exposed his genitals, held her hands down, and proceeded to ejaculate all over her sweater.

“I pushed him off of me and ran down the short hallway to get to the door,” Scourby said. “I rubbed my chest against the wall to get his [semen] off of my sweater. I ran outside and hailed a cab and I just burst into tears. I cried the entire way back to my hotel.”

Piven denied Scourby’s claims in a statement to People: “Let me be absolutely clear, this simply did not happen. I would never force myself on a woman, ever. I cannot speak as to why a person would create a story like this.”

One of Piven’s representatives also told People that if Piven were to take a polygraph test it “would have clearly proven this allegation to be entirely fabricated, a complete lie. He’s now looking at legal options.”

Scourby’s accusation follows reality TV actress Ariane Bellamar and “Longmire” actress Cassidy Freeman’s allegations against Piven.

Bellamar alleged that Piven groped her on the set of “Entourage” and at the Playboy mansion, in a series of tweets.

Freeman accused of Piven of engaging in “predatory behavior,” in an Instagram post. “I know what you did and attempted to do to me when I was far too young,” she wrote.

After Bellamar’s accusations were made, a representative for CBS said that the network is “aware of the media reports” and is “looking into the matter.”

CBS is currently airing the Piven-driven drama “Wisdom of the Crowd.”

A CBS representative told Business Insider that the network has no further comment at this time.

Jeremy Piven did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.