Yet another woman has stepped forward claiming new Californian Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger groped her - bringing his total of accusers to 16.
RHONDA MILLER, a stand-in and stunt double, accuses the Terminator star of making unwanted sexual advances towards her during two movies, including TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY, where she says the actor groped, photographed and touched her bare breast.
Schwarzenegger has countered the claims, saying Miller's statement is "not factually correct".
While he admits making colourful comments about the photographs, which were taped to the ceiling of the make-up trailer, he insists, "I never took the photograph of Ms Miller, nor was I in the trailer when the photograph was taken."
OSCAR-winning make-up supervisor JEFF DAWN, who also worked on Terminator 2, agrees, saying, "Arnold was definitely not there at the time.
"Groping is a word that I cannot imagine Arnold doing. Arnold is a complete gentleman. He acts like one of the guys around the guys. But when a women comes into the room, or a woman comes onto the set, he acts like a gentleman. I've spent a lot of time with Arnold so I know that these allegations are absolutely false."08/10/2003 09:06