A lawsuit has been filed alleging that Saturday Night Live comedian Horatio Sanz groomed and sexually molested a 16-year-old girl at an SNL after-hours party. Jimmy Fallon also got into the act, drinking with the 16-year-old victim while also emailing and chatting up another minor — aged 15. They have been named in a new lawsuit that also seeks damages from Saturday Night Live Studios and NBC Universal. More from The Quartering.
Want the full details of the case? Here, Jamie Dlux draws from the filings for the case to give us clear evidence of what happened. It wasn’t merely a sexually inappropriate Horatio Sanz who crossed the line, but also the executives of Saturday Night Live, including its creator Lorne Michaels and longtime producer Michael Shoemaker.
This incident brings to mind the old Family Guy episode called Don’t Make Me Over, in which Meg gets a new makeover and transforms into a sexy pop singer. She makes a guest appearance on Saturday Night Live and is deflowered by Jimmy Fallon. Peter Griffin beats Fallon to a pulp for taking advantage of the child.