The woman accusing legendary actor and filmmaker Warren Beatty of forcing her to have sex with him in 1973 when she was just 14 years old once thought the relationship “was something that was special.”
“In 1973 I was a 14-year-old virgin and brought and introduced to Warren Beatty on the set of ‘Parallax View’ for the purposes of sexual pandering by an adult,” Kristina Charlotte Hirsch says in a 2017 YouTube video that resurfaced shortly after she filed a lawsuit that detailed her accusations against the “Bonnie and Clyde” star.
“I was unaware of this, and from the spring of 1973 until the following January of 1974, carried on a relationship that I thought was something that was special.
“Although it was a crime that Beatty was committing by raping me … having oral sex with me … and emotionally damaging me for the past 44 years,” she said.
The Post reached out to Hirsch — who goes by the name Tina St. Clair in the video — and reps for Beatty for comment.
According to the suit filed by Hirsch on Monday, Beatty “used his role, status, and power as a well-known Hollywood Star to gain access to, groom, manipulate, exploit, and coerce sexual contact from her over the course of several months,” in 1973 while he was living in Los Angeles.
She did not mention Beatty by name in the lawsuit, but refers to his acting roles and accolades.
Her lawsuit claims that the alleged abuse caused her to “suffer severe emotional, physical and psychological distress, including humiliation, shame, and guilt.”
In the newly resurfaced video, she makes a plea to speak with CNN’s Anderson Cooper to publicize her story.
“Our time is God’s time, and our patience is a virtue,” she added. “By the grace of God, we ask all predators, pedophiles … and all of those who are not well please to repent and seek counsel.”
She ends her message, which is less than two minutes long, with: “In Jesus’ name we pray. Thank you.”