The 23-year-old Brooklyn woman, identified only as Grace, told Babe that she met Ansari at an after-party in Los Angeles in September.
In an exclusive report from Babe, reporter Katie Way spoke with Aziz's accuser, a woman whose identity has been changed but was called Grace in the story, who says she met Aziz at an Emmys after-party previous year. But, she claims, the experience became unpleasant when he rushed her out of the restaurant after they had finished their meal and took her back to his NY apartment.
Grace (not her real name), talked to Babe.net and accused Aziz of sexual misconduct and gave graphic details of her experience, which she called "the worst night of her life".
When the pair returned to his apartment on trendy Franklin Street, she said they kissed, but she declined sex when Ansari offered to get a condom.
However, she charged that Ansari moved quick and, "probably moved my hand to his d- five to seven times. You had to have noticed I was uncomfortable". He said he had to show her something.
Teen Vogue has reached out to Aziz Ansari for further comment. When he started coming around to what she was trying to say, he said "Of course, it's only fun if we're both having fun".
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He continued cutting my hijab again", Noman told reporters, alleging that the person was grinning at her before fleeing again. She said she was on the sidewalk when she sensed a man behind her and turned to find him holding scissors. "He came again.
Aziz Ansari is a "certified woke bae", according to Refinery29, and has done numerous interviews with Cosmopolitan, "The Late Show With David Letterman", and The Guardian-among others-bragging about his engagement with the feminist movement. "I know that my hand stopped moving at some points", she says.
The accuser contended that Ansari continued to bother her, and she eventually left his apartment in tears.
After dinner at an oyster bar, Grace says they walked back to Ansari's apartment, where the situation rapidly grew uncomfortable. She clarified she was revealing to him this so that "perhaps the following young lady doesn't need to cry on the ride home".
As it turns out, both Aziz and Grace - then aged 22 - had brought the same kind of cameras to the event - an old model from the 80s. At one point, she explained to the actor how she didn't want to "feel forced", to which he allegedly agreed with and suggested for them to sit on the sofa.
Grace subsequently replied to a text sent by Ansari after their date and told him she felt "uneasy" and "uncomfortable" with his behaviour that night. The two initially kissed, but when Grace asked him to " slow down" Aziz instead responded by saying "Where do you want me to f**k you?". She presented her allegations in a first-hand account of how she went on a date with the comedian, and the night ended with her crying in an Uber. "It was actually painful to watch him win and accept an award. You ignored clear non-verbal clues; you kept going with advances". Ansari purportedly reacted, "Obviously, I misread things at the time and I'm genuinely sad". "And absolutely cringeworthy that he was wearing the Time's Up pin".
That night, Ansari won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series for his lead role on Netflix's "Master of None".