Horatio Sanz accuser says Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels and Tracy Morgan enabled sex assault
woman who is suing former Saturday Night Live star Horatio Sanz for sexual assault has claimed that Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels, and Tracy Morgan enabled his misconduct.
On Tuesday (23 August), the accuser named Jane Doe, filed legal papers to add Fallon, Michaels, and Morgan’s names to a 2021 lawsuit in which she accuses Sanz of sexually assaulting her when she was 17 years old.
According to the papers, the woman claims that Michaels fostered an environment at SNL where underage girls were a regular presence at the after-parties.
The documents additionally claim that alcohol was served to teens at those parties hosted by NBC.
Jane Doe also claims that Morgan and Fallon were a part of the party culture that enabled Sanz to sexually assault her.
According to Deadline, the paperwork states the assault happened at an SNL party in 2002 with numerous witnesses present.
The Independent has contacted Fallon, Michales, and Morgan’s representatives for comment.
Jane Doe’s attorney Susan Crumiller issued a statement about the addition, saying: “Sanz and his enablers lured Jane into their celebrity world and made her feel like a cool kid for drinking and partying with a bunch of famous grown-ups.