A NOEL Clarke accuser claims she called cops after he secretly filmed her naked but was told they couldn't investigate.
Jahannah James is one of 27 women who have accused Clarke of a range of acts – including sharing sexually explicit pictures and videos without consent.
The actress, who co-starred in Brotherhood with Clarke, claims he secretly filmed her while she did a naked audition.
She has now spoken out to defend herself after wrongly being asked why she never went to the police.
Writing on Twitter, Jahannah said: "I tried to go to the police, they said they couldn’t do anything unless he threatened me with the footage!!!
"And I wasn’t in a place where I could speak out alone at the time. It’s only together we’ve been able to speak now."
Jahannah told the Guardian how Clarke allegedly filming her left her "so upset".
She added: "Now, years later, I still cry when I talk about it.”
Her tweet comes after footage emerged of Clarke pranking her when they promoted Brotherhood in 2016.
The video showed the director telling her to "take your f***y out and pee" as co-star Jason Maza pretends to have an allergic reaction.
The sex allegations, which have been fiercely denied by the married director, relate to a period between 2004 and 2019.
They have caused his glittering career to crumble around him – with two broadcasters already cancelling his shows.
Bafta also stripped his award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema, which he only received on April 10.
The Met Police said today a third party report was made on April 21 "relating to allegations of sexual offences committed by a male over a period of time".
They confirmed no investigation has been launched but say officers are "currently assessing the information".
A statement added: "We would urge anyone who believes they have been subjected to a sexual offence to report this to police so the information can be assessed and investigated accordingly.
"There are specially trained officers ready to provide advice and support."
A number of Clarke's co-stars have now spoken out against the actor and director in support of his alleged victims.
Jaime Winstone, who featured in 2006’s Kidulthood, shared imagery for Time’s Up, the movement founded amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal which supports victims of sexual harassment.
The actress, 35, wrote alongside: “When you’re late to the party but you’ve been on the list for 15 years.”
While Viewpoint actress Alexandra Roach said she "sees, hears and believes" women of sexual crimes, adding that she does not want to work with "sexual predators".
As the allegations continued to mount against the Kidulthood star, he released a second statement to say he is "deeply sorry".
But he vehemently denied any sexual misconduct or criminal wrongdoing.
He said: “Recent reports however have made it clear to me that some of my actions have affected people in ways I did not intend or realise.
“To those individuals, I am deeply sorry. I will be seeking professional help to educate myself and change for the better.”
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