Bridget Fonda was pictured for the first time since her husband, Danny Elfman, was accused of sexual assault by a second woman in a new lawsuit.
The “Single White Female” star, 59, was spotted visiting a friend in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Fonda — who quit Hollywood more than two decades ago — stepped out makeup-free, wearing a loose-fitting gray T-shirt with Mickey Mouse on it, black pants and gray sneakers.
The “Jackie Brown” star held two cups in her hands, which were both covered by gloves.
The mom of one’s rare outing comes a little more than a week after her husband — whom she wed in 2003 — was sued by a second woman, who claimed Elfman stripped naked in front of her several times and allegedly masturbated while she was sleeping next to him.
According to the Guardian, in the suit, which was filed in Los Angeles on Oct. 18, the woman — identified as Jane Doe XX — claims she was a 21-year-old student at the New York Film Academy when she met Elfman in 1997.
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The famed musician — who was 47 at the time of the alleged incident — allegedly used his status in the music industry to “groom” her into allowing uncomfortable behavior.
She alleges that Elfman would frequently remove his clothes when she was around and sometimes ask her to strip naked as well.
In the lawsuit, the plaintiff said she would agree because she saw him as a mentor and “always felt the imbalance of power and pressure to act a certain way … [as] a condition of their continued relationship.”
Jane Doe XX is suing Elfman, 70, and his company, Musica de la Muerta, for gender violence, negligence, sexual harassment, sexual assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
A spokesperson for the composer told the Hollywood Reporter: “The allegations of misconduct made against Mr. Elfman are baseless and absurd. His legal team is assessing all options and he will vigorously defend these claims in court.”
Elfman was first accused of sexual harassment in 2017 by Nomi Abadi, who alleged that he would strip naked and masturbate in front of her. Elfman also denied those claims.
The Oscar nominee reportedly settled the first sexual harassment lawsuit for $830,000, however, Abadi filed another lawsuit against Elfman over the summer for breach of contract, claiming that he had missed two of his settlement payments.