Jeremy Piven has been accused of sexual misconduct by three more women.
The 'Entourage' star - who was previously accused by four women including an extra on the HBO show - now faces fresh accusations from three additional women who have come forward to BuzzFeed News.
The latest allegations are said to have happened between 1985 and 1996 and include claims Piven attempted to force himself on an extra on a movie set, and on another woman in a hotel room.
McCain Olson, now 51, worked as an extra on the set of the 1986 movie 'Lucas', which starred Piven, Charlie Sheen, Winona Ryder and the late Corey Haim. She told BuzzFeed that Piven, who was 17 at the time, followed her into a trailer, pinned her down on a couch, climbed on top of her and started to kiss and grope her.
Olson claims she never told anyone at the time because she feared losing her job, but at least four people close to her confirm she told them of the incident.
A second woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, alleges she met Piven in Montreal around 1994 while he was in the city shooting the movie 'Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde.'
The unidentified woman, now 46, worked in a hair salon and agreed to show him around town. She agreed to meet him in his hotel room where she alleges Piven pushed her against a wall and attempted to kiss her, but she was able to push him off and leave.
The third woman to come forward with new accusations against Piven is Diane Gonzalez, who was working as an extra on the sitcom 'Ellen', in which Piven played Ellen DeGeneres' cousin.
The pair reportedly had a consensual romantic encounter that then turned physically aggressive.
Gonzalez claims that after a night out with cast and crew, Piven invited her to his home where he exposed himself to her and tried to force himself on her.
She said: "I think the threat was just how aggressive and how strong he became as he was holding me down. I just didn't want it to get any worse."
Piven's lawyer told BuzzFeed that any encounter between Piven and Gonzalez was consensual, and released a statement vehemently denying all the claims.
The statement read: "These allegations, which in one case goes back more than 30 years and the two others more than 20 years ago, are false.
"As evidenced by the lie detector test I took and passed, I have never forced myself on anyone, nor have I ever exposed myself or restrained anyone against their will. To the contrary, if any woman ever said no, I stopped."
Actress Anastasia Taneie, former Playboy model Ariane Bellamar, 'Longmire' actress Cassidy Freeman, and advertising executive Tiffany Bacon Scourby. all previously accused Piven of sexual misconduct or harassment, which the actor also denied.
The actor reportedly took polygraph tests regarding three of the claims, and a blanket lie detector test to determine if he had ever assaulted a woman, and he passed with no signs of deception.
HBO - the TV network that broadcast 'Entourage' - said: "We reviewed our records and did not receive any complaints against Jeremy Piven on 'Entourage'."