Sam Pepper, a YouTube personality and former UK Big Brother contestant, has been accused of rape by a teenage girl.
Pepper gained over 2 million YouTube subscribers by posting "prank" videos, several of which involve his attempts to pick up women and others of which are obviously misogynistic.
In September he ignited controversy when he posted a video of himself using a fake hand to grope women and since then, several women have come forward with allegations of inappropriate touching and harassment by Pepper.
The groping video, along with another equally offensive clip, have both been pulled from YouTube, but a re-uploaded version can be viewed here.
An 18-year-old woman filed a police report last week with the LAPD in which she details her alleged harrowing experience with Pepper.
The woman said she played with the dog, and Pepper walked into another room. She said she felt strange being alone in a part of the apartment without him and followed him.
When she realized that Pepper had led her into his bedroom, the woman said that he put her at ease by opening up his laptop and asking her to watch YouTube prank videos with him on his bed. "He just made it another really friendly situation where it was not flirting or anything, he was just showing me something," she said.
Shortly after, she claims, he began making unwarranted advances toward her, then raped her.
In an epic turn of street justice, the woman posted a YouTube video, in which her face is hidden and her voice is disguised, called "Sam Pepper doesn't understand the word no."
In the video, she alleges that Pepper held her down, and that after the attack was over, he told her that "The way [she] reacted," that is, pushing him off and repeatedly telling him to stop, "Made him come twice as fast."
The video's description states that she published it "in hopes of preventing this from happening" to other women."