The woman who accused “Catfish” host Nev Schulman of sexual harassment has filed two police reports against him.
Ayissha Morgan, who appeared on season four of the MTV reality series, filed reports against Schulman with Houston Police Department’s Special Crimes Division, according to The Blast.
Morgan, 20, told the website she sent off the documents listing Schuman as a suspect on May 25 “for what happened during my participation on the show.”
“I have provided them with my statement and detailed accounts of what I went through,” she said. “I ask that you please respect my privacy moving forward and allow those who are handling the investigation do so without interference.”
In a lengthy set of videos posted on YouTube in May, Morgan claimed Schulman asked her about her sexuality and repeatedly made come-ons to her, talking about the size of his penis and asking her to cuddle in his hotel room. She also claimed a female producer sexually assaulted her, saying after a night of drinking, Morgan “woke up and she was on top of me.”
Schulman issued a response that month denying the allegations.
“I have always been transparent about my life and would always take responsibility for my actions — but these claims are false,” he said in part.
MTV halted production on the series and opened an investigation with its third-party production company. The probe is still ongoing.