Tim Westwood is said to have brought a condom out with his face on the packaging before having sex with a woman, it has been claimed.
The former BBC Radio 1 DJ has been accused of sexually abusing and abusing several women in the BBC documentary Tim Westwood: Abuse of Power, which aired on BBC Three on Tuesday night.
Westwood, 64, addressed reports from The Guardian and the BBC before the show aired, dismissing all allegations with a spokesman telling both publications that they were completely false and rejected in their entirety.
“Tim Westwood vehemently rejects all allegations of misconduct,” said a statement from a representative.
‘In a career that has stretched over 40 years, there have never been any complaints against him officially or unofficially. Tim Westwood vehemently denies any wrongdoing. ‘
In Abuse of Power, a woman named Isabel recalled how she met Westwood after attending a nightclub where he promoted his own line of condoms with Durex. She was an aspiring music artist and had left her track along with a mixtape that she wanted him to listen to.
Westwood reportedly contacted Isabel shortly after, and they met in central London before allegedly driving her to a private property.
‘He leaves the room and he comes back completely naked,’ the woman claims in the documentary.
She later said, ‘It was then that I noticed he had a condom and he took it out of the package and started putting it on.
‘I remember the package because they had this slogan on it. They had his face on the other side. I remember he threw it down …
“I’m trying to move away, he’s not responding to that fact.”
Isabel, whose face was not shown in the film, then claimed that Westwood had sex with her, but that she did not express her hesitation.
‘I was literally frozen. I could not move, she said.
‘I just remember feeling so deflated and so sad, and feeling really ashamed of myself and bad.’
The women were in their late teens or early 20s when they claimed the incidents took place, with the earliest incident allegedly taking place in 1992.
The latest is said to have happened in 2017.
In June 2020, Westwood denied that he had behaved “inappropriately with student fans” after accusations surfaced.
In a statement released to MailOnline at the time, he said: ‘I can categorically say I have never had an inappropriate relationship with anyone under 18 years of age.
‘I am aware of attempts by anonymous sources to make fabricated allegations online. I can confirm that such allegations are false and unfounded. ‘
Metro.co.uk has contacted Tim Westwood’s rep for further comments.
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