NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) – Adam Lublin, a former AEG executive and previous manager of Kodak Black and Young Thug, has been charged with a third sexual assault, the New York County District Attorney announced on Monday.
According to a bail application document obtained by Rolling Stone, the assault took place in November of 2015 and involved a sleeping coworker.
“With respect to the November 22nd, 2015 incident, the defendant sexually assaulted a sleeping coworker,” the Manhattan District Attorney’s office wrote. “When she awoke to the defendant’s non-consensual touching, the Complaining Witness confronted the defendant immediately, waking up her friend who was sleeping in the room with her. She immediately reported what the defendant did to that friend and told others in the days that followed. The incident was also investigated by HR.”
In September, Billboard reported that Lublin was forced to resign from AEG due to “inappropriate behavior toward a female colleague.”
Lublin’s indictment on the new charge arrives just months after the former executive was arrested twice for allegedly assaulting two roommates on separate occasions.
Lublin is also expected to face additional charges of first-degree sexual abuse and unlawful surveillance regarding a video discovered on his iCloud, according to the DA.
He has pleaded not guilty on all charges.