los angeles - Dozens of women accuse US director James Toback (72) of sexual cross-border behavior. He asked young women sexually-asked questions or masturbates in their presence, the newspaper reported Los Angeles Times.
The newspaper featured 38 women who had such experiences with the director of films like When Will I Be Loved and Black and White. He approached women and acted as a filmmaker who could mean something for their career.
Women who went to hotel rooms or parks claim that he then misunderstood. 'He said he wanted nothing more than masturbating while watching me,' said Louise Post, who ran Toback in 1987 and went to an apartment.
Toback denied the newspaper that he knew the women. If he had already met, 'did not take up to five minutes'. He also claimed that it was 'biologically impossible' for the past 22 years to show such behavior. He struggles, among other things, with diabetes and heart disease.