LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Henry Hopper, a son of defunct “Easy Rider” star Dennis Hopper, is being sued by a lady who claims that a younger Hopper intimately smashed her underage daughter.
The fit claims that a 21-year-old Hopper – a product of his father’s matrimony to his fourth wife, Katherine LaNasa – met a girl, afterwards 15, by a mutual crony in Feb 2011. The span continued to promulgate around Facebook, a fit says, with Hopper regularly mouth-watering a lady to his Venice, Calif. home, and plying her with drugs and alcohol.
The fit goes on to explain that Hopper – who starred in a 2011 Gus Van Sant film “Restless” – “engaged in intimately descent control with her,” that allegedly enclosed passionate retort and verbal copulation, once he suspicion she was intoxicated.
The suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court final week, claims that such incidents occurred mixed times, starting in Apr 2011 and finale Feb 2012.
The mom of a plant – identified as Jane Doe in a fit – says that her daughter suffered mental and other injuries and had to bear diagnosis from mixed medical professionals.
“he teenager was harm and harmed in her mental health, nutritious startle and damage to her shaken system, all of that caused her good mental and shaken strain, pain, pang and romantic distress,” a fit reads.
A deputy for Hopper has not nonetheless responded to TheWrap’s ask for comment.
It’s misleading either rapist charges were ever filed opposite Hopper.
The suit, that alleges passionate battery, attack and battery, loosening and loosening per se, seeks vague damages, and seductiveness and justice costs.
Dennis Hopper – who died in May 2010 during a age of 74 after battling prostate cancer – was married 5 times and “was scandalous for his uneasy relations with women,” according to Rolling Stone. His second wife, Michelle Phillips, divorced him after only dual weeks.
(Pamela Chelin contributed to this report)R Soft Web Hosting