The New York Post: Tom Sizemore kicked off film in 2003 over molestation accusation

Actor Tom Sizemore was kicked off a film set in 2003 after he was accused of fondling an 11-year-old girl, it was revealed Monday.

The “Saving Private Ryan” actor was forced to leave a Utah film set after the young girl told her parents that Sizemore touched her genitals, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Months after the incident, the actor returned to a set in Malibu to finish shooting the film, “Born Killers” (shot as “Piggy Banks”). By that time the parents had declined to press charges, the site said.

The now-26-year-old actress did not comment to the site but mentioned that she has hired a lawyer.

Sizemore also chose not to address the issue, while his agent, Stephen Rice, said, “Our position is ‘no comment.’ “

This report originally appeared on NYPost.com.

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