Actor, comedian, and former Saturday Night Live star Horatio Sanz has been sued by a woman who says he sexually assaulted her when she was 17 years old.

The suit was filed Thursday in New York City Supreme Court in Manhattan according to the girl’s attorney. It alleges the girl was assaulted on numerous occasions beginning in 2000 when she was 15 and Sanz, who was on the show from 1998 to 2006, was 31.

It all started when she was running an “SNL” fan site in May 2002 when Sanz allegedly took her on a limo ride then “digitally penetrated her genitals” at a post-show bash, according to the lawsuit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

The report shows that after a year, the comedian summoned her to several after-show parties where he allowed her to drink, touched her inappropriately, and told her “to sit on his lap,” according to the lawsuit.

And when the girl was 16, Sanz allegedly contacted her via the instant message handle “Marblechomper,” offered her tickets to the show, and leaked her info about “SNL” hosts and musical guests, the suit states.

He then asked her to send him photos of herself and “to perform sexual acts, including masturbation, which he asked her to describe to him” — kicking off what would allegedly be a years-long cybersex relationship with the teen, according to the lawsuit.

“Sanz exchanged messages with [the teen] and steered conversations to discuss sex, sexual experiences, sexual activities, sexual fantasies, masturbation,” the lawsuit states, which notes he called her disparaging terms such as “slut,” “slutty” and “bitch.”

Sanz later “admitted and bragged to [her] that he masturbated during these conversations. According to the lawsuit.

In September 2001, Sanz invited her to an “SNL” party where she drank beer with hard-partying former SNL actor Jimmy Fallon and other NBC bigs and as per the lawsuit, which doesn’t name Fallon as a defendant.

These are just a few of his lawsuits resulted from hard-partying and leisure activities off the set.

Sources: Fox News,

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