Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Accused Of Forced, Violent Sex

Mar 31, 2012
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Oscar-winning screenwriter John Patrick Shanley (“Moonstruck”) is accused of forcing actress Amanda Jencsik to engage in violent sexual acts, the New York Post reports.

According to the Post, Jencsik, 26, has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Shanley, 61.

According to the Post, Jencsik, 26, has filed a $5 million lawsuit against Shanley, 61

The Huffington Post has left a message both with Jencsik’s lawyer and Shanley’s agent. We are currently working to verify the story and will post an update as soon as we receive more information.

Per the Post, the suit claims that Shanley would restrict Jencisk’s breathing with his hands during sexual intercourse. In at least one instance, he reportedly also tightened a belt around her neck. Shanley would allegedly ask Jencsik if she felt as though she was being raped throughout their encounters.

The relationship lasted four months. According to Jencsik’s lawyer, Salvatore Struzzullo, Jencsik stayed in the relationship because she was not in her right mind.

Jencsik claims their relationship started when Shanley contacted her on Facebook and asked her questions about her hair. Shanley allegedly sodomized Jencsik on multiple occasions.

Interestingly, Shanley told the Post that he was unaware of the lawsuit.

Shanley won the Oscar for Best Screenwriting in 1988 for “Moonstruck.” Cher won Best Actress for the film, and director Norman Jewison was nominated for Best Director. The film was nominated for Best Picture but lost to “The Last Emperor.”

In 2005, Shanley’s play “Doubt” won both a Pulitzer and a Tony Award. Three years later, Shanley directed a film adaptation of “Doubt” starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis.

As a company member of the LAByrinth Theater, Shanley debuted his plays “Dirty Story,” Where’s My Money?” “Sailor’s Song” and “A Winter Party.” Hoffman and actor John Ortiz (“Luck”) are also company members at LAByrinth.

Jencsik wrote and acted in “Miami or Bust: A Hoboken Bet” (2012), “I Wonder: A Coney Island Story” (2006) and a few other small budget productions.

Source: Huffington Post

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Michael Whiteacre
8 years ago

“Shanley contacted her on Facebook and asked her questions about her hair. Shanley allegedly sodomized Jencsik on multiple occasions.” Umm, I think Huffington Post may have skipped a couple of steps there…

Michael Whiteacre
8 years ago
Reply to  wit

LOL That’s why we love you, Wit.

crunkleschwitz
crunkleschwitz
8 years ago

If broads can get away with that, “I wasn’t in my right mind” excuse, then none of us are safe from litigation. Wait, I just read the post article, that was obviously put together by a publicist. Four months and they had sex 3 times? Day after their first fuck, she goes to his apartment, he’s not there, so she waits around in the hall for him? He showed up late and drunk? Sounds like a late night booty call. And come on honey, dude gives you a spontaneous raw dog butt fucking, and you go back for more? She… Read more »

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