By SNN.BZ Staff

Mark Sinclair was born on July 18, 1967 in Alameda County, California. He is popularly known as Vin Diesel. He has been accused of sexual battery by his former assistant Asta Jonasson. The incident allegedly occurred in 2010 during the filming of the movie “Fast Five” in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Asta Jonasson’s lawsuit alleges that once Mark Sinclair sexually assaulted her, his sister, Samantha Vincent called her on the phone to fire her.

Jonasson has filed a lawsuit against the actor, his production company, and his sister, Samantha Vincent, who works as the president of One Race Productions, for alleged gender-based discrimination, hostile work environment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.

The removal of the statute of limitations related to sexual assault has enabled many people to file cases years later when they are no longer emotionally upset or too frightened to go to the authorities. This change in statute of limitations has given victims of sexual assault another chance to seek justice and hold their perpetrators accountable for their actions.

It is important to note that the accused and the accuser are both entitled to a fair trial and that the allegations against Vin Diesel are yet to be proven in court. It is also important to respect the privacy of the parties involved and not to engage in speculation or blame games.

The #MeToo movement has brought to light the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in the entertainment industry and beyond. It has also highlighted the need for a safe and supportive environment for victims to come forward and seek justice. The removal of the statute of limitations related to sexual assault is a step in the right direction towards achieving this goal.

Last year, New York’s Governor Hochul signed the New York’s ADULT SURVISORS ACT. Its expiration date was November 24, 2023.

In order to beat the filing deadline multiple lawsuits alleging sexual assault were filed in New York against prominent figures. Sued were Andrew Cuomo, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jamie Foxx, Axl Rose, NYC Mayor Eric Adams and Sean “Diddy” Combs (to name just a few)…