Variety is now confirming that the incident took place.
Her contract as a judge on the NBC show was reportedly not renewed after she complained about racism on set.
Details of the alleged 2014 incident, including the accuser's identity, were revealed in excerpts from Ronan Farrow's book "Catch and Kill."
The comedian also had a message for President Donald Trump at Variety's Power of Women event.
"I can’t imagine what he is doing now," she said, according to Variety.
At the MTV Video Music Awards, the attorney said he's "serious" about running against President Trump in 2020.
"I must have said no seven to 10 times," accuser Alexia Norton Jones told Variety.
The TV and radio host has denied the accusations, and an E! News investigation ended in his favor.
Tuesday's issue of Variety is called the "Legalization and Entertainment Report." The issue takes a deep dive into how marijuana legalization has influenced the entertainment industry.
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