Woman says she saw naked photos of Bob Dylan at horse race

Editor’s Note — See an error in this post? Click here to fix it.

(CNN) — A woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by Ghislaine Maxwell in 2008 says she once saw the model showing her nude photos of herself and then-husband Bob Dylan at a horse race.

Samantha Holvey said the photos, which she describes as “unusual” and “naked, pregnant” photos, were at the track when Holvey met Dylan, according to an interview with RadarOnline published Monday.

Maxwell “had these really weird naked photos of herself and her and her husband Bob at the horse race,” Holvey told the website.

She alleges she told Dylan about the photos and “he was embarrassed and embarrassed that it happened. And then the next day she would bring that up again.”

Dylan told CNN the allegations “are not true” but did not provide further comment. It was not immediately clear if Maxwell denied Holvey’s claims. A phone call and email to her office Monday were not immediately returned.

An attorney for the model did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

Holvey told RadarOnline that Maxwell acted inappropriately the first time she met her.

“I called my dad and told him. He was like, ‘She is crazy.’ And I’m like, ‘No, actually, it’s really important.'”

She claims she told her father, Kent Holvey, that Maxwell had “assaulted her in a hotel room.” Kent Holvey told RadarOnline “she was never like that” and never said he had a problem with the situation.

Another source close to Maxwell, who asked to remain anonymous, described Holvey’s allegations as “completely unfounded” and “a complete fabrication.”

Holvey alleges Maxwell has threatened to harm and discredit her on social media and even be interviewed as part of a trial, according to the website.

‘She abused her status’

The Indiana state representative released a statement on her Facebook page, apologizing for allegedly being inappropriate with Maxwell and clarifying allegations that she sent a nude photo of herself to her.

“The entire truth will be revealed,” Holvey wrote. “I deeply regret the behavior that has been reported and apologize to my family, friends, constituents and the people of Indiana for my actions.”

Holvey’s attorney says Maxwell sent Holvey sexually explicit photos of herself after her relationship with Dylan ended.

Holvey’s attorney, John O’Neill, told RadarOnline that Maxwell did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

Maxwell and Dylan married in 1996 and divorced in 2004, according to DNAinfo.

Holvey filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Dylan alleging he often sent her texts and emails with sexual content and had an affair with an employee, but the suit was dismissed.

O’Neill said in a statement to CNN that “a relationship between Ms. Holvey and Bob Dylan was consensual and was not part of any cover-up or conspiracy.”


™ & © 2021 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved.

Leave a Comment