'Catfish' Sexual Misconduct Accuser Files Police Report Against Nev Schulman

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By TheBlast Staff on June 5, 2018 at 9:12 PM EDT

The woman who claims she was taken advantage of while appearing on an episode of MTV's "Catfish" has now filed reports and listed Nev Schulman as a suspect.

Ayiisha Morgan tells The Blast she filed two police reports on May 25 with the Houston Police Department "for what happened during my participation on the show." We're told Morgan filed the report with the Special Crimes Division.

She says, "I have provided them with my statement and detailed accounts of what I went through," adding "I ask that you please respect my privacy moving forward and allow those who are handling the investigation do so without interference."

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Morgan claims that while appearing on the reality show, she was plied with alcohol by a female production assistant and taken advantage of sexually. She then claims Nev was inappropriate with her the following day, allegedly claiming he would "tear your ass up."

Morgan later posted about the incident on her YouTube channel, and tells us "I want to thank all of those who have shown me support and gave me validation throughout the last few weeks in sharing my story. I was fortunate to be able to speak up as an individual through social media and I am thankful to those who listened," explaining, "I felt empowered to do something about it."

As we reported, MTV has already suspended production while they investigate Morgan's claims. Nev has insisted the allegations are lies.

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We reached out to Nev Schulman for comment.

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